¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Film Festival 2019 Tour

19 Apr
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21 Apr 2019

¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Film Festival 2019 Tour

After a 10-year hiatus, the ¡Viva! Tour of UK cinemas is back!  

¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Film Festival brings the best new cinema from Spain and Spanish-speaking Latin America to Manchester HOME every year; and following the main festival a curated selection of 7 films will tour at venues across the UK, including here at QUAD. 

Reflecting HOME’s 2019 theme Celebrating Women in Global Cinema, the touring films will all foreground female creative talent in the roles of director, writer, producer or star. 

Find information on all of the films screening at QUAD below. Passes are also available allowing entry to all seven films for £40 (standard) and £35 (concessions & QUAD members).

This programme is supported by the BFI, with awarding funds from The National Lottery.

Viva: Memorias De Un Hombre En Pijama

After the success of Arrugas (2011), we’re thrilled to present a second film from comic strip artist Paco Roca, an autobiographical story adapted for the big…

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Quién Te Cantará

Dive down the rabbit hole into an enigmatic hall of mirrors featuring a beloved singer and her talented fan; an amnesiac superstar and her devoted assistant; a…

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Petra

Auteur filmmaker Rosales brings the atmosphere of Greek tragedy to contemporary Spain in this portrait of a broken family suffering the consequences of secrets…

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Miriam Miente

This award-winning first fiction feature from Cabral and Estrada is a coming-of-age story that transports you to the Caribbean with a theme they know well:…

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Ana De Día

This directorial debut feature from Jaurrieta – teacher, scriptwriter, producer, editor and actor – is a thrilling journey into the personal liberation of a…

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Alanis

This fifth film from writer/director Berneri is a superbly well-told tale of a few days in the life of a young mother working as a prostitute in Buenos Aires.…

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Jean-François I El Sentit De La Vida

Portabella’s debut film is a witty and whimsical take on the growing pains of adolescence. Young teenager Francesc – a solitary boy with an eye patch and a…

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Viva

After a 10-year hiatus, the ¡Viva! Tour of UK cinemas is back, with the support of the BFI, awarding funds from The National Lottery. ¡Viva! Spanish &…

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