APPLY to SPANISH FILM CLUB BEFORE OCTOBER 15 TO ORGANIZE IBERO
AMERICAN FILM FESTIVALS
ON CAMPUS! https://pragda.com/spanish-film-club/application/
SPANISH FILM CLUB program offers grants to organize Ibero American
film festivals at university campuses. A curated selection of the
newest and outstanding cinema from the region will enlighten your
semester and engage your school community.
HOW IT WORKS
• Grants cover up to 50% of the festival costs
• Universities screen 5 films or more in 8 weeks
• Two grant deadlines: April 1 and October 15, 2018
• More than 70 Award-winning titles from 25+ countries
• Virtual Q&As with filmmakers
• Study Guides available
• 150+ universities participating so far!
• Easy! We will gladly assist you.
“THE MOST EXCITING EVENT OF OUR SEMESTER! EACH MOVIE IS A LITTLE
GEM!” – University of Mississippi
“A WONDERFUL GLOBAL LEARNING RESOURCE.” – Armstrong State
2018 FILM LINE-UP (for all +70 titles
A Goya Award winning film and Spain’s submission to the Academy
Awards Best Foreign film category.
THE QUEEN OF SPAIN
Fernando Trueba’s new delight is a follow up to The Girl of Your
Dreams, staring Penelope Cruz.
ON THE ROOF
One of the most interesting proposals of Cuban contemporary cinema.
A multi-awarded film that gives a voice to those affected by
contemporary Venezuela’s inner turmoil.
BIRDBOY: FORGOTTEN CHILDREN
A Goya Award winning animated film and hauntingly beautiful coming of
A thriller based on the real case of three teenagers who climbed and
plundered expensive apartment buildings.
A Goya Award winning documentary on the inequalities and ailments
faced in modern society.
A pitch-perfect political comedy that explores the creation of a
political persona that is all form and no content.
THE INVISIBLE HAND
An impecable parable of work in contemporary society.
THE FUTURE PERFECT
A whimsical romantic comedy that explores fractured relationships
within culture, tradition, and language.
APPLY NOW: https://pragda.com/spanish-film-club/application/
Spanish Film Club: www.spanishfilmclub.com
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