San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
we are now back to normal and normal is being magic lately. We want to close and homage IberoDocs, our latest project, as we believe it deserves since the festival has gone really well. This is somehow a big thanks to anyone that attended and of course a massive clapping to our team who worked hard for the completion of the festival.
So, back to our cosy niche in Leith Woodland Creatures, we will be exclusively screening a selection of some of the most significant short film documentaries of Spanish & Latin-American filmmakers of recent years. In collaboration with La ECAM - Página Oficial, FREAK Independent Film Agency and the addition of two more documentaries from our database of authors, this selection is intended to open your senses for what it is to come in the next few months.
Not by chance, documentary is no longer a mere documenting of reality but, as we will discover, a wide and rich genre that has brilliantly assimilated the hitherto evolution of cinematic art as a whole.
Make your way in, tell your friends CinemaAttic is back to Leith and be part of this our reality: it's magic, it's real and it feels so good!
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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