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THE FILMS OF PEDRO ALMODÓVAR

Coinciding with the release of his new film Dolor Y Gloria we shall be cherrypicking from the Spanish masters vibrant back catalogue.

Splashing his colorful films across the post-Franco Spanish landscape with the irreverent glee of an artist arriving late to church after a long night, Pedro Almodóvar has been called the most influential Spanish filmmaker since Luis Buñuel. Beginning in the 1980s, Almodóvar started serving up provocative, candy-colored visions fraught with postmodernist insight into everything from sex and violence to religion and the dangers of good gazpacho. Sometimes shocking, sometimes controversial, Almodóvar’s films have always managed to present a new and intriguing view of his native country, shaping the attitudes of both his compatriots and a larger international audience.

Coinciding with the release of his new film Dolor Y Gloria we shall be cherrypicking from the Spanish masters vibrant back catalogue.

Please note that due to the materials at hand we will be screening these films with Dutch subtitles with the exception of Dolor Y Gloria! We will be working on adding more titles to this selection in the foreseeable future.

 

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