Spanish Film Festival 2016

Mar 10, 16 Spanish Film Festival 2016

We have 5 x double passes to the preview screening of the SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL 2016: Thursday, 17 March at Palace Barracks Cinema at 7pm for the film “TRUMAN”.

For your chance to win a prize, simply answer the following question:

“What film do you want to see at the Spanish Film Festival 2016?”

Post your answer on our Facebook page, on twitter (#SpanishFF) or below!


Season runs April 19 – May 8


The 2016 Spanish Film Festival evokes a wealth of emotions with dramas, romances, thrillers and major box-office hit comedies from across Spain, plus a selection of gems from Latin America, served exclusively at Palace Cinemas. Following on from last year’s Festival opener comes the second instalment of the record-breaking SPANISH AFFAIR, with its playful take on the tensions between Spain’s regions – this time including the Catalans in the mix! SPANISH AFFAIR 2 (OCHO APELLIDOS CATALANES) will open this year’s festival with more laughs and new twists to the relationship saga. The 2016 Spanish Film Festival will screen 19 April – 8 May at Palace Barracks & Centro Cinemas.

TRUMAN: Two of the greatest talents in modern Spanish cinema – Ricardo Darín (Wild Tales, SFF15 Closing Night) and Javier Cámara (Living is Easy With Eyes Closed, SFF14 Opening Night) – take centre stage in the much-anticipated new film TRUMAN from Cesc Gay, the director of A Gun In Each Hand.

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1 Comment

  1. Jamie /

    “Truman” does sound & look very interesting to watch. 🙂

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