Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Spanish Foodie Film Festival opens in Greenbelt in Manila



The Spanish Foodie Film Festival opens on April 21 for a five day-run in Manila.

The audience will enjoy Spanish cinema and gastronomy, two fields where Spanish chefs and filmmakers are well-known for their creativity and their role as pioneers.

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WHAT'S SHOWING AT 
THE SPANISH FOODIE FILM FESTIVAL

Movie-goers and foodies will be able to watch the following full-length films:

Mugaritz B.S.O 
(Felipe Ugarte & Juantxo Sardon, 2011)

El Somni 
(The Dream, Franc Aleu, 2014)

3055 Jean Leon 
(Agustí Vila, 2006)

El Pollo, el Pez y el Cangrejo Real 
(The Chicken, the Fish & the King Crab, José Luis López-Linares, 2008)


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There will also be short films:

Taba, el juego en la mesa 
(Taba. The Game on the Table, Pep Gatell & Eloi Colom, 2013) 

Nerua, un viaje a la esencia 
(Nerua, A journey to the essence, Iván Miñambres, 2013) 

Cooking up a Tribute 
(Luis González & Andrea Gómez, 2014)


"Cooking up a Tribute" is a road cooking movie about the last journey of the Roca brothers in South America. This was  released at the last edition of the Berlin International Film Festival last February.

Filipino flavours are likewise included in this cinematographic menu:

Namets!
(Jay Abello, 2009)

Rekados
(Paolo Herras, 2006)

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