Diversity of Spanish cinema explored in Ankara

Five recent examples of contemporary Spanish cinema are being offered to cineastes in the Turkish capital this week, thanks to a joint effort between the Spanish Embassy in Ankara and the andcankaya Municipality.
Films in various genres have been selected for the program, which began on Monday and continues until May 31.
and”Vivir es fandaacutecil con los ojos cerradosand” (Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed), a 2013 road movie directed by David Trueba, in which a high school teacher in Spain drives to Almeria in 1966 to meet John Lennon, and and”Arrugasand” (Wrinkles), a 2011 animated feature by Ignacio Ferreras, which follows the story of two geriatric patients in an elderly care facility, are among the highlights.
and”No habrandaacute paz para los malvadosand” (No Rest for the Wicked), a 2011 thriller directed by Enrique Urbizu, based on the 2004 terrorist bombing in Madrid, is also on the bill.
The seven-day program hosted at andcankaya Municipalityand’s Contemporary Art Center in the Kavaklidere neighborhood offers free admission to its daily screenings. All screenings begin at 7 p.m.

SOURCE: Today’s Zaman