Have you got your tickets for the Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival yet?
The opening night screening and party with delicious Spanish food and wine was a real success and there is so much Spanish cinema to look forward to watching. If you are taking Spanish lessons with us, we hope
The first edition IberoDocs, the new Ibero-American Documentary Festival in Edinburgh, takes place this week. SALT is proud to sponsor the festival and we would like to write today about three of its films.
The FilmHouse is showing Pedro Almodóvar's Bad Education this Wednesday at 6.30pm. It is part of the "Introduction to the European Cinema" season held by the University of Edinburgh and the FilmHouse and the screening is also open to the public.
Tomorrow is St. Valentine's Day. Every year we are surprised by the way British people celebrate this day. In Spain, people call it "El Corte Ingles' Day", appealing more to shopping centres than lovers. It's also nan easy and frequent way to describe Father's Day (19th March in Spain
We wrote on Tuesday about the Mexican flavour in the main categories of this year's Oscars. There will also be a strong Spanish accent at the ceremony in the Best Short Film category. The short film "Aquel no era yo" (That Wasn't Me), by Esteban Crespo, has achieved this honour.
The Oscar nominations were announced last week and "Gravity" - starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney - has 10 nominations. But did you know there are Spanish speakers behind this film set in space?
A distinctive element of many of Almodóvar’s films is a character who sings or mimes. Today we are bringing you the sequence from the film Tacones Lejanos, or High Heels in English (not a very accurate title, the literal translation would be Far Heels).
It is very satisfying when good Spanish products travel abroad and don't remain just in Spain. That's why we are very happy that the new Spanish version of Snow White, Blancanieves, is released in the United Kingdom this month.
This multi award winning silent black and white movie