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After half way of the festival, this event will be the last opportunity to catch up with the BEST of Catalan films in a very singular, unusual venue at the core of Edinburgh: Old Saint Paul church which we have converted into a proper pop-up cinema.
Beyond this point, and right until the closing session on the 16th December, just feature films will fill up the screens, so whether you are a lover of the format that best represents our times -the inventive, easily approachable, widely lovable short film- what we have prepared is a must seen.
Curated by Catalan Academy of Cinema's director Montse Majench, and not seen in UK before, this selection of films not only complements Gaudí Awards I but in fact enhances it -if you have attended the first session on 5th December you cannot miss this second; if you however have not seen the first you better attend the second!
On top of this, our sponsor Estrella Damm (already becoming the best imported beer in UK) will provide with fresh goods from Barcelona and we'll have a Dj set until 1am featuring Deep Groove Valley -be sure they'll make you dance....-
Can you hear that..!?
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CinemaAttic is the platform for Spanish, Iberian and Latin-American cinema in Scotland. Our main purpose is to bridge the expressive quality of young filmmakers from national cinemas such as Spanish, Latin-American or Portuguese with the wealthiness of British organisations. Since 2008, CinemaAttic has produced and organised six different film and arts festivals across Scotland, collaborating with key venues and institutions to engage the public and raise the profile of Spanish film in Scotland. A Community Interest Company registrered in Scotland, at present CinemaAttic runs two regular short film nights in the city of Edinburgh and is working towards becoming a keystone company in the distribution of Spanish, Iberian and Latin-American cinema in Scotland and the UK and a platform for entertainment, learning, cultural diffusion, networking and industry development through arts and cinema