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Spanish Film Festival 2017

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Just say Si Si to a Spanish Film
Ole! The Spanish Film Festival is back in Melbourne from April 20 to May 7 2017 celebrating their 20th Anniversary.

Spanish Film Festival 2017
20th Anniversary

Say hola, at the opening night fiesta which will feature a premiere screening of Kiki, Love to Love on Thursday 20 April at the Astor Theatre. Natalia de Molina, the star of the film will be a special guest, hosting a Q&A session. Please note, this film is not suitable for viewers under 18.
Kiki, Love to Love
Kiki, Love to Love - starring Natalia de Molina

There will be a glass of Freixenet bubbly on arrival, followed by an afterparty with wine, beer, tapas and live entertainment by Sonidero Esperanza. Doors open at 6.30pm with the film commencing at 7pm. Click here to purchase tickets.

Or say adios at the closing night celebrations and go on the road again with The Trip to Spain on Sunday 7 May 2017. Steven Coogan and Rob Brydon are back for their third Trip instalment, and this time around, the lucky duo enjoy the finest cuisine across Espaņa. Cinema and ticket details can be found here.
The Trip to Spain
The Trip to Spain

The kids haven't been forgotten with Zip & Zap and the Captain's Island. The latest instalment is set at Christmas time, and the naughty twins are forced to go on a boring boat trip with their parents.
Zip and Zap and the Captains Island
One for the kids - join in the fun with Zip and Zap

You may also like to get up close and personal to this year's festival ambassador, the ever smiling and lovable Spanish chef Miguel Maestre, who now calls Sydney home. He will be introducing the screening of Sara Baras, All Her Voices at the Palace Cinema Como on Sunday 30th April 2017.

Check out the full range of sometimes, quirky, always passionate Spanish films being shown at various cinemas around Melbourne during the festival.

Don't worry if your Spanish is a bit rusty (or non-existent), all films will have English subtitles.

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Why? Just say Si Si
When: From 20 April 2017 to 7 May 2017
Phone: 03 9817 6421
Where: Various cinemas across Melbourne
Cost: Various prices
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