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Spanish Film Days: Honorary Goya Awards at Cinema Studio

During October 13 – 16, the Cervantes Institute of Bucharest announces Spanish Film Days: Honorary Goya Awards, at Cinema Studio.
The agenda includes seven long fiction films directed or featuring artists who had won the Goya Award for Entire Activity, a press release issued by the Institute announces.  The artists celebrated by the festival are directors Mario Camus, Antonio Mercero and Josefina Molina, as well as actors Manuel Aleixandre, Alfredo Landa, Jose Luis Lopez and actress Concha Velasco.
The Goya Awards have become an international reference for Spanish cinema. The Spanish Film Academy annually grants these awards as an acknowledgement of the previous year’s outstanding releases of Spanish cinema.
The agenda of the festival is:
Monday, October 13, at 7:00 PM: “Welcome Home” (Spain, 2006, 118 min.)
Tuesday, October 14, at 6:00 PM: “Esquilache”, (Spain, 1989, 106 min.)
Wednesday, October 15, at 6:00 PM: “The 4th Floor” (Spain, 2002, 101 min.)
Wednesday, October 15, at 8:00 PM: “Sunday light” (Spain, 2007, 114 min.)
Thursday, October 16, at 4:00 PM: Memories of The Fallen Angel (Spain, 1997, 95 min.)
Thursday, October 16, at 6:00 PM: “Head of The Dog” (Spain, 2006, 90 min.)
The films will be presented in original Spanish version, subtitled in Romanian and in English.

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