Spanish and South American films star in Spanish Movie Days in Bucharest

A new edition of the Spanish Movie Days will take place in Bucharest from October 8 at Cinema Studio in Bucharest. Movie lovers will be able to watch 11 Spanish and South American movies during the week long festival.

Some of these movies have been internationally awarded, receiving prizes such as the Goya prize or recognition at the Cannes festival.  The festival will be opened by ‘El Silencio antes de Bach’ (The Silence before Bach), directed by Pere Portabella, which will be screened on October 8 at 19,00 hours at the Cinema Studio in Bucharest.

Tickets for the festival will be on sale from October 4 at the Cinema Studio. The original versions of the movies will be screened with Romanian subtitles.

See entire schedule below:

Friday, October 8, 19,00 hours

El silencio antes de Bach (The silence before Bach); Directed by Pere Portabella; Spain – Germany, 2007, 102´; Special jury prize at the International Film Festival in Gijon

Saturday, October 9, 18,00 hours

La Bicicleta (The Bycicle); Directed by Sigfrid Monleón; Spain, 2006, 98´

20,00 hours

Frio sol de invierno (The winter sun); Directed by Pablo Malo; Spain, 2004, 97´; Goya prize for director debut

Sunday, October 9, 18,00 hours

Un oso rojo (The red bear); Directed by Adrián Caetano; Argentina-Spain-France, 2002, 94´;

20,00 hours

El abuelo (The grandfather); Directed by José Luis Garcí; Spain, 1998, 147´; Goya prize

Monday, October 11, 18,00 hours

Bolivia; Directed by Adrián Caetano; Argentina, 2001, 80´; Critics’ prize in Cannes, Critics’ prize in Rotterdam, the Fipresci award at the London Festival

20,00 hours

El silencio antes de Bach (The silence before bach)

Tuesday, October 12, 18,00 hours

En la ciudad de Sylvia(In Sylvia’s city); Directed by José Luis Guerín; Spain-France, 2007, 90´

20,00 hours

Intacto; Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo; Spain, 2001, 108´; Goya prize

Wednesday, October 13, 18,00 hours

Postales de Leningrado (Postcards from Leningrad); Directed by Mariana Rondón; Venezuela, 2007, 93´; Prize at the Biarritz Festival, the Jury prize for director debut at the Sao Paolo Festival

20,00 hours

En la ciudad sin limites (In the city without limits); Directed by Antonio Hernández; Spain, 2002, 102´; Goya prize

Thursday, October 14, 18,00 hours

La Bicicleta (The Bycicle);

20,00 hours

Camino; Directed by Javier Fesser; Spain, 2008, 143´; Six Goya prizes

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