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New Spanish Cinema on Show
February 25, 2011   
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The 11th Spanish Cinema Week will take place March 17-April 10, introducing audiences to the best feature films and documentaries made in Spain over the past several years.

The selection of movies demonstrates the wealth of genres in contemporary Spanish cinema and the wide range of subjects it tackles. Alongside Warsaw, the overview of Spanish films will be held in Cracow, Katowice, Poznań, ŁódĽ, Lublin and Gdańsk.

This year’s Spanish Cinema Week will feature a special retrospective of movies directed by Alex de la Iglesia, who enjoys legendary status among fans of vanguard, violent movies directed by the likes of Quentin Tarantino and Roberto Rodriguez. Tarantino and de la Iglesia, who are good friends, favor the same exaggerated style, fast pace and mix of violence, sex and dark humor.

During the Spanish Cinema Week, de la Iglesia’s latest movie, entitled Balada triste de trompeta (A Sad Trumpet Ballad) will have its Polish premiere. The movie won the Silver Lion at the 2010 Venice Film Festival for best director and best script. It has also nabbed the most nominations, 15, for the Goya Awards, Spain’s main film awards, including for best film, best script and best director.

After Spanish Cinema Week, Balada triste de trompeta will open across Poland.
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