From November 15, 2023 to November 18, 2023.
At Silver Spot Cinema
300 SE 3rd St #100 Miami, FL, 33131
Following the success of past editions, EGEDA U.S. with the special collaboration of the Spanish Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA) present and celebrate this new edition of RECENT CINEMA FROM SPAIN, one of the oldest film exhibitions in the United States that will present a selection of the best contemporary Spanish films at the Silver Spot in Downtown Miami from November 15 to 18, 2023.
This year’s opening day will kick off with the film nominated for Best Film at the Malaga International Film Festival NOT SUCH AN EASY LIFE (UNA VIDA NO TAN SIMPLE), directed by Félix Viscarret and starring Miki Esparbé, Alex García and Ana Polvorosa.
The week will feature screenings of feature films that have received excellent reviews from the specialized press, as well as other blockbusters. These include 20,000 Species of Bees (20.000 Especies de Abejas), winner of more than 13 awards at international festivals, including Best Film at the Malaga Festival and the San Sebastian Festival; Robot Dreams, winner of Best Film at the ¨Annecy International Animated Film Festival¨ and nominated in Sitges for ¨Best Animated Film¨; Co-Husbands (Mari-dos), a comedy by Lucia Alemany with a stellar cast that includes Ernesto Alterio, Paco León and Celia Freijeiro among many others, Mi Soledad Tiene Alas, the debut feature by Mario Casas, starring Oscar Casas, which has already ranked as the 11th highest grossing film of 2023, and Little Red Riding Wolf (De Caperucita a Loba), a comedy by Chus Gutierrez that features top talent including José Mota, Berto Romero, Antonio Resines, Santiago Segura, Elena Irureta and Marta Gonzalez among others.
Actors Álex García, Óscar Casas, Paco León and actress Marta González Vega will be present during the event to present their films to Spanish film fans in Miami.
FULL 2023 PROGRAM
Wednesday, November 15th
Opening night. U.S. PREMIERE
NOT SUCH AN EASY LIFE (UNA VIDA NO TAN SIMPLE), 2023, 107 min. Dir. Félix Viscarret.
Q&A with actor Alex Garcia, followed by a cocktail reception at the Silver Spot.
Thursday, November 16th
Saturday, November 18th
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Tickets for the film exhibition can be purchased from the following link: Complete RCFS 2023 program
EGEDA is the intellectual property rights management entity that represents and defends the interests of audiovisual producers in Spain and in its offices in Latin America, derived from the rights recognized and protected by the Intellectual Property Law.
EGEDA is also a service company for the audiovisual producers it represents and for the audiovisual industry as a whole.
EGEDA US was established in Los Angeles to serve as a liaison and facilitator between the U.S., Spanish and Latin American audiovisual industries. EGEDA US co-produces with the ICAA and the American Cinematheque, the RECENT SPANISH CINEMA in Los Angeles. It is also the producer of the Platino Ibero-American Film Awards (Premios Platino del cine iberoamericano).
The Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales ICAA) is an autonomous body linked to the Ministry of Culture and Sports that plans policies to support the film sector and audiovisual production: management, operation, awards, legislation, agreements, grants, etc.
Its functions are to encourage, promote and organize Spanish cinematographic and audiovisual activities in their three aspects of production, distribution and exhibition; to recover, restore, conserve, research and publicize the cinematographic heritage; to contribute to the training of professionals in the different cinematographic specialties; to maintain relations with international and foreign organizations and institutions with similar purposes and to cooperate with the autonomous communities within Spain in matters of cinematography and audiovisual arts.
For more information, please visit www.icaa.es
Produced and presented by EGEDA US with the special collaboration of the Spanish Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA), with the support of the Spanish Cultural Center in Miami, SilverSpot, Air Europa, JW Marriot, H+M Communications, ICEX, Spanish Consulate in Miami, Spanish Tourism Office, BTF Media, American Cinematheque, ML Events, Wiesner Distribution, Spain arts & culture and the Spanish Education Office in Miami.
Thanks to the special collaboration of CCEMiami