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Showing posts with label cinema. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cinema. Show all posts

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Summer Cinema in City Townhall + win 2 tickets!


One of the most emblematic places we have in Madrid is the Palacio de Cibeles also known as CentroCentrohttp://centrocentro.org/ and on some occasions the Town Hall allows activities inside. "Cibeles de Cine" project is a must if you like cinema and original venues. Conceived as a peculiar summer cinema, it has the spectacular nature of a historic and imposing building with a careful selection of films. Respecting the original subtitled version, it ranges from classics like Grease, Dirty Dancing, The Princess Bride to the latest blockbusters like Call me by your name, The Shape of water or The Florida Project . Every day until September 9th from 22.00h you have an appointment with the cinema of today and of all times. 



In addition there is a bar offering snacks before the movie and a great exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of my beloved magazine El Duende

The cost of the cinema is 6€ but there are formulas of 12€ that include dinner or drink.  
We love this summer luxury, congratulations on the initiative that has been going on for more than 5 years! 

bar and exhibition

From My Little Madrid and in collaboration with Cine Cibeles, we offer 2 free tickets for a movie! Please send us an email to marcela@my-little-madrid.com with your interest in the day and film to participate in the draw. We'll say the winners on Sunday. 

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

ANOTHER WAY FESTIVAL



Another Way film Festival, Madrid's sustainable progress film festival, will be held in Matadero next October to raise public awareness of the challenges and environmental solutions we face through more sustainable filmmaking.

As an aperitif prior to the festival, in Sala Equiis which is now one of the coolest places in the city, there will be a screening of three wonderful documentaries from today until Friday at 7pm.

The films are as follows:
- Today: Koyaanisqatsi (1982) Godfrey Reggio produced by Francis Ford Coppola. Voiceless images that show the contrast of modern life with nature.
- Thursday: Human (2015) by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Portrait of the human being, of his fears, love, violence.
- Friday: Life in a Day (2011) by Kevin Macdonald, produced by Ridley Scott.
Time capsule to show future generations what it means to be alive on July 24, 2010.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Movies not to miss on cinema!

I enjoy very much going to the cinema, but I must admit that with all the facilities we have at home now with Movistar, HBO and Netflix , I am lazy to go out for the big screen.
This Christmas I've reconciled myself with the cinema, and I've taken the opportunity to see all kinds of films that I recommend in this post.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Film - Where Do We Go Now? - ¿Y Ahora Dónde Vamos?

Lebanese film by Nadine Labaki -Where do we go now?

 I had the chance to be invited by the Ambassador of Lebanon in Madrid of the Lebanese film originally "Et maintenant on va oú? in Spanish ¿y ahora dónde vamos? The film is directed and interpreted by Nadine Labaki, who not only is extremely pretty (she reminds very much Monica Belucci) but very talented. This film is her second work; she already collected great success in her first film "Caramel".

Friday, May 4, 2012

Film - Salmon Fishing in the Yemen - Cinema Renoir Cuatro Caminos


I had read the book "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" by Paul Torday in 2008 and enjoyed it very much for its funny british spirit. I was surprised to see it on screen so decided to go to the cinema and it was worth it. This time my cinema choice was Renoir Cuatro Caminos (Raimundo Fernández Villaverde 10) with all films in original language.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Film - The Descendants - Cine Cité Manoteras


Not a bad Clooney but not extraordinary. Handsome, yes!

Went to the cinema on Friday night. In Madrid you can easily find cinemas showing english language films with Spanish dubbing: Renoir, Yelmo, Verdi,… I like Manoteras Cine Cité, they have great seats (called VIP in rows 10 to 12) and easy parking. Surrounding sound a little bit excessive...

We went to watch “the Descendents”, very last film by George Clooney. Not bad but a bit disappointing; a mix of comedy and important drama in Hawaii surroundings. His performance is not very touchy; well, the whole film does not touch you even if the underlying story is very dramatic (wife in coma and difficult relationship with teenage daughters). You always see a screen in front of you, do not get really involved in the story. Yet, remarkable the performance by in-coma wife’s father the actor Robert Forster.

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