Cinemaattic back in Glasgow

Cinemaattic is back to the CCA in Glasgow to offer you a programme of entertaining and stimulating Spanish and Latin-American short films. 

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Andrea Vega Redondo

Taking cinemas outside of cinemas, Cinemaattic continues to show cult, rare and classic Spanish feature films and powerful Latin-American short film sessions.

The short film format is essential to understand Cinemaattic’s success over these years. The short film night experience a powerful curated selection of short films all with English subtitles with breaks for the enjoyment of both the Latin-American community and the cinema lovers alike.

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Thursday, 9th April, you will be able to watch different films about…

social issues

From a tongue-in-cheek comment on the “Indignados” protest movement to the disclosure of an unspoken truth through the innocent words of a little girl.

love

One about to start, another that resumes the night.

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.dreams

that nurture a man’s creativity to find A New Way of Life in a recession-stricken country.[cml_media_alt id='1663']cftv7980-300x162[/cml_media_alt]

And dreams that come true, in a stop motion animated gem by Marc Riba and Anna Solanas, the creative minds behind La Lupe e in Bruno and Canis.

 

There will be something for everyone’s taste so don’t miss out this diverse selection of films!

What: Short Film Night

When: 9th April, 19:30

Where: CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts), Glasgow

Tickets: Here

Autor: Andrea Vega Redondo

Profesional de medios audiovisuales afrontando nuevos retos en Escocia

Audiovisual media professional facing new challenges in Scotland.

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