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Spanish Cinema Now+ Dallas

Last night’s program at the Meadows Museum, which included a screening of JOURNEY TO SOMEWHERE/Viaje a alguna parte (2021) and filmmaker Q&A, was a great start for the Spanish Cinema Now+ Dallas series.

Special guests were filmmaker Helena de Llanos and film editor Adrián Viador, who were interviewed by Alex Garcia Topete, DIFF lead programmer, Latino and International Films.

Special thanks to Anne Kindseth, Meadows Museum Director of Education.

Spanish Cinema Now+ presents a showcase of films that reflects the breadth of styles and talents at work in Spain today, including both established auteurs and emerging filmmakers from the international festival scene. After its spring presentation in Washington, DC, the Meadows Museum will bring these films to Texas this summer thanks to a partnership with the Embassy of Spain and DIFF Dallas International Film Festival.

Journey to Somewhere/ Viaje a alguna parte (2021) was written and directed by Helena de Llanos. After inheriting the Madrid home of her grandparents, two highly celebrated Spanish actors, filmmakers, novelists, and playwrights (Emma Cohen and Fernando Fernán Gómez), Helena de Llanos relies on the help of their spirits to face her memories and responsibilities. JOURNEY TO SOMEWHERE won the Premio Rizoma award for Contemporary Surrealism in 2022.

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