Spanish Film Festival
January 22, 2013
2600 Live Oak Street , Dallas, TX
The LCC is proud to host a series of contemporary award-winning films from Spain on January 22 & 23, 29 & 30, 2013. This program is made possible through Spain Arts & Culture, the Spanish Embassy in Washington, DC and the Honorary Consulate of Spain in Dallas. Focusing on important developments in Spanish film, this program is part of the LCC's focus on Spanish art and culture.
The film festival will feature four different films from Spain: La bicicleta, Barcelona (un mapa), Días de fútbol and Los lunes al sol. This presents the community of Dallas with the opportunity to view films that are rarely seen in the U.S. and help to paint a picture of Spanish culture and art.
All films will begin at 7:30 p.m.
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