Miami audiences once again celebrated contemporary Spanish Cinema at the historic Olympia Theater in Downtown Miami during the fifth annual Recent Cinema From Spain Film Series.
The opening night began with red carpet arrivals of stars such as actress Goya Toledo (“Hablar”), actor Miki Esparbé (“Off Course”, “Requirements to be a Normal Person”), actor Miguél Ángel Muñoz (“Hablar”), and actor William Miller (“Wednesdays don’t Exist”).
An enthusiastic crowd of over 1,000 guests warmly received the opening night movie “Wednesdays Don’t Exist". Actor William Miller presented the film to Miami audiences and was later joined on stage by Goya Toledo, Miki Esparbé and Miguél Ángel Muñoz, who emphasized the importance of Recent Cinema From Spain as a platform for Spanish filmmakers and actors, presenting Spanish Cinema to a wider audience in the United States. They thanked the organizers, especially EGEDA and ICAA and expressed how happy they are to share their art with Miami audiences.
While mingling and socializing everyone followed the slogan of this years Film Series by Guillermo Fesser and passionately “let their Spanish side out” our special guests presented their films and participated in Q&A sessions with audiences after the screenings.
More information at http://www.miami.recentcinemafromspain.com/