Recent Cinema from Spain IV
"Recent Cinema from Spain" will be back in Miami for their fourth year. The famous Spanish artist DEMO created this year’s poster.
RECENT CINEMA FROM SPAIN 2014 TO TAKE PLACE NOVEMBER 20TH TO 23RD IN DOWNTOWN MIAMI
Unveiling of The IV Edition Official Poster
MIAMI, FL July 1st, 2014 – The premier Film Series Recent Cinema from Spain will celebrate the diversity of contemporary Spanish movies from November 20th to 23rd at the historic Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center in Miami. Recent Cinema from Spain 2014 will begin with a red-carpet opening night gala and VIP reception on the evening of Thursday, November 20th, 2014. Continuing through Sunday, November 23rd, ticket and pass holders have the opportunity to watch Spain’s most recognized films of the year and interact with major figures from the Spanish Film Industry. Directors and actors will present their respective films and participate in question and answer sessions following the screenings. The films will be presented in Spanish with English subtitles.
This event is the most important Spanish film showcase held annually in Florida. The previous three editions attracted large audiences of approximately 4,000 each year and the Series is now an essential and respected fixture in the cultural calendar of Miami.
EGEDA is proud to produce the Recent Cinema from Spain 2014 series with The Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts. The series is in collaboration and with the kind support from the Spanish Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA), under the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
This year’s poster for the Recent Cinema from Spain – IV Edition has been created by DEMO, one of Spain’s most original and internationally acclaimed artists. He kindly contributed his talents to bring the image of the Spanish series through vibrant and colorful artwork to life. “I wanted to make a subtle reference to the logo of Recent Cinema from Spain, symbolizing with colorful spheres and loose strokes the game that is the film industry, in which you never stop dreaming and feeling. A form of venturing into a story in order to live it fully and adding the image of the heart of all of the people that are in the film industry, their work, their dedication and their passion,” said DEMO.
EGEDA (Spanish acronym for the "Audio-visual Producers’ Rights Management Association”) is a non-profit association and collecting society, which manages the rights of the producers, collecting on their behalf the royalties that cannot be collected on an individual basis. In addition, EGEDA provides services to producers and the audio-visual industry as a whole. The Association represents and defends the interests of Spanish and Latin American audio-visual producers and is very active in the field of intellectual property rights management. EGEDA serves as a major link between the Spanish film industry and the American and Latino film industries. Recent Cinema from Spain is the result of an initiative by EGEDA, with the purpose of promoting Spanish films in the United States and encouraging their circulation to the public at-large and the audio-visual industry.