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Catalan Window at the London Spanish Film Festival

Cinema.  London,  23/09/2015

The London Spanish Film Festival celebrates the 7th edition of the Catalan Window from 24 to 30 September, featuring three films from Catalonia, with the support of the Institut Ramon Llull and Catalan Films. This years the festival dedicates a special session to Isabel Coixet, who will join us for an onstage interview to present her film 'Learning to Drive'.

The Institut Ramon Llull is delighted to support the 7th edition of the Catalan Window and the Special Session on filmmaker Isabel Coixet: 

MARSELLA (Marseille)
Introduced by director Belén Macías
dir. Belén Macías
Thursday 24 September // 8.45pm 
UK première
Ciné Lumière
£12, conc. £10

REQUISITOS PARA SER UNA PERSONA NORMAL (Requirements to Be a Normal Person)
Introduced by actor Manuel Burque
dir. Leticia Dolera
Friday 25 September // 8.30pm 
UK première
Ciné Lumière
£12, conc. £10

LA MUERTE EN LA ALCARRIA (Death in La Alcarria)
Introduced by director Fernando Pomares Piñol

dir. Fernando Pomares Piñol
Saturday 26 september // 4.30pm 
UK première
Regent Street Cinema (please note that this film will be screened at Regent Street Cinema, not at Cine Lumière)
£11, conc. £10, 
University of Westminster students £7


Preceded by an on-stage conversation between director Isabel Coixet and Prof. Maria Delgado (The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) 
dir. Isabel Coixet 

Sunday 27 September // 8pm 
London première
Regent Street Cinema (please note that this film will be screened at Regent Street Cinema, not at Cine Lumière)
£11, conc. £10, 
University of Westminster students £7

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

Generalitat de CatalunyaGovern Illes BalearsAjuntament de Barcelona

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