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MANILA, Philippines — Instituto Cervantes de Manila will launch an online film series in September. The said film series, entitled “CONTEMPORÁNEOS,” will begin on Sept. 5 and will feature four contemporary Spanish films.
Viewers can watch them for free through the organization’s Vimeo channel for 48 hours only, starting at 2 a.m. PHT on these following dates:
Sept. 5: “The Invisible Hand” (David Macián, 2017)
Sept. 12: “The Sea Stares at Us from Afar” (Manuel Muñoz Rivas, 2017)
Sept. 19: “All the Other Days” (Carlos Agulló, 2017)
Sept. 26: “The Reconquest” (Jonás Trueba, 2016)
“CONTEMPORÁNEOS” is an online film series that highlights recently produced titles from Spain. The four films show “the power of cinema as a creative sphere and its ability to connect with contemporaneity.”
For more details, visit the program’s page.
This is a news story based on a press release.
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