Spanish movie theaters celebrate a new edition of the Film Festival, which has already established itself as one of the most successful events throughout the country. A new opportunity to enjoy the best current titles at a price of only 3.50 euros.
This initiative, organized by the Federation of Cinematographic Distributors (FEDICINE), the Federation of Cinemas of Spain (FECE) and the Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA), will be active from October 2 to 5. In total there are more than 300, including franchise rooms such as Yelmo, Cinesa, Cinesur or Kinépolis, as well as numerous independent cinemas that will participate this year in the Film Festival.
Beyond Barbie, Oppenheimer either Elementarywhich are still in theaters and have become the highest-grossing films in Spain in recent months, movie theaters are full of new proposals for viewers. From the new award-winning work in Cannes by Johnny Depp, to the latest gem of science fiction by Gareth Edwards, through the best horror films and the occasional Spanish comedy… don’t miss the best films these days!
Gareth Edwards the man behind films like Monsters (2010), godzilla (2014) and Rogue One. A Star Wars Story (2016), directs this new sci-fi film focused on a future war between the human race and the forces of artificial intelligence. Against this backdrop, a tough ex-agent is recruited to seek out and assassinate the Creator, the mysterious architect of the most advanced AI that has developed the ultimate weapon. Accompanied by the music of Hans Zimmerthe film has the presence of John David Washington (Tenet), Gemma Chan (Eternals) and Allison Janney (Juno).
Duration: 2 h 13 min.
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Mystery in Venice
After Murder on the Orient Express (2017) and Death on the Nile (2022), Kenneth Branagh He once again enters the shoes of detective Hercule Poirot. A trilogy based on the novels of Christie Agatha, with Branagh also at the helm of the direction, which this time becomes darker by solving the case in a post-World War II Venice, where a guest at a seance is murdered. The choral cast is completed with famous faces such as Michelle Yeoh, Tina Fey, Jamie Dornan or Riccardo Scamarcioamong many others.
Duration: 1 hour 43 minutes.
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The Nun II
After the first installment became the highest-grossing title of the ‘warrenverse’with a gross of 365 million dollars, the ninth film in the saga of Blumhouse brings a new confrontation between sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga) and Valak. Director Michael Chaves (Warren File: Forced by the devil, The crybaby) is at the forefront of this title that also features the presence of Jonas Block (elle), Storm Reid (Euphoria) and the iconic woman behind the nun, Bonnie Aarons.
Duration: 1 hour 49 minutes.
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Close the eyes
Victor Ericethe famous Spanish director behind The spirit of the hive and The South, He premieres his new film after passing through Cannes and San Sebastián. Starring Manolo Solo, Jose Coronado, Ana Torrent and María León, Close the eyes tells the story of an actor who disappeared during the filming of a film, whose case returns to television after a television program offers first-look images of the last scenes in which he participated. Some sequences shot by his close friend, director Miguel Garay.
Duration: 2 hours 49 minutes.
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In 2018, the film Champions achieved 11 nominations at the Goya Awards, of which it finally took home three, highlighting the performance of the actors Javier Gutiérrez and Jesus Vidal. Now, Javier Fesser has once again released the sequel to large audiences, which this time features Elisa Hipólito (Vote Juan) in the protagonist role, who becomes the new coach of the ‘champions’ team after it abandons basketball and enters by mistake into the fascinating world of athletics.
Duration: 2 hours 5 minutes
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Jeanne du Barry
After passing through Cannes, the new film by Johnny Depp It marks his return as an actor after the various personal controversies that the actor has suffered in recent years. The film directed by Maiwennand also co-starring herself, takes us to the French Court in the 18th century. Jeanne du Barry tells the story of Jeanne, a young woman from the working class and cultured, who uses her intelligence and physical attractiveness to climb the social ladder, becoming one of the favorite people in the world. king Louis XV.
Duration: 1 hour 57 minutes.
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Located chronologically between the first two installments of the franchise Sawthe tenth film focuses attention on John Kramer. Desperate and ill, the protagonist travels to Mexico to undergo an experimental and very risky treatment in the hope of curing his deadly cancer. The beginning of a renewed rage towards humanity. Thus, the actor Tobin Bell returns as the psychopath Jigsaw / John Kramer in the new gore title signed by Kevin Greuterteditor of the first five installments and the eighth, and director of Saw VI and Saw VII 3Daway from the gore franchise for six years.
Duration: 1 hour 58 minutes.
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