In this box office hit comedy from Álex de la Iglesia, a 50-year-old divorcee with financial problems begins sharing his car with strangers via an app, but trouble ensues when he adds new passengers.
Set in a boarding school in the 1990s and starring top Spanish actress Carmen Machi, this uplifting family movie about soccer, nuns and orphaned kids is full of humour and charm.
A crowd-pleasing comedy with sharp observations about modern life that follows three friends near retirement age who refuse to give up and dare to launch a kindergarten business from scratch.
An elegant drama set in the Basque Country in the late 1970s, actress-director Silvia Munt’s tribute to the brave women of a generation explores the fight for women's rights and the right to abortion.
Based on the play by Matías del Federico and from multi-award winner Gerado Herrero, this fun dramatic comedy about three married couples in therapy features witty and cutting dialogue and an excellent ensemble cast.
Aura Garrido, Emma Suárez and Magüi Mira star as three generations of actresses united by family ties but separated by generational conflicts in this affectionate drama about the world of acting, fame and family.
Full of intrigue and surprises, and featuring a stellar cast led by Festival favourite Paco León, Staring at Strangers follows a man spying on a family from inside a closet, becoming a mysterious presence in their lives.
This entertaining Christmas tale follows the Three Wise Men, who are fed up with Santa taking more of the limelight and their confrontation threatens the world with a more dangerous enemy.
Set in dreamy landscapes, director Rocio Mesa’s feature debut, inspired by her childhood in southern Spain, will take viewers to a mysterious and moving summer amongst the tobacco barns where anything can happen.
Set in Bilbao’s world of high cuisine, this delicious Spanish box office hit comedy stars Karra Elejalde and Enric Auquer as a father and son whose unexpected reunion after thirty years apart puts their ideas about cooking and life to the test.
In his final film before his death in 2023, Carlos Saura investigates how “the wall” ties in with the evolution and relationship of art, acting as a creative canvas for thousands of years.
All sessions will be preceded by the short film Goya: May 3.
A young single mother battles to defend her children while at the same time embarking on a love affair with a man in this powerful reflection of everyday life starring Anna Castillo.