Film: Nuevas Cinefilias, Estaciones singulares: Arima
November 5, 2021
12 pm (available for 48 hours)
On the Instituto Cervantes Vimeo Channel Here
Jaione Camborda’s debut feature film Arima is a story, steeped in mystery, of four women and a girl whose lives are altered when two strangers arrive unexpectedly in their village. The events in this “ghost film” move between real and imagined, nightmare and dream, fear and desire.
2019; Galician and Spanish with English subtitles; 77 minutes; not recommended for children under 12.
Free community event
In November, Instituto Cervantes collaborates with the Seville European Film Festival on the film cycle Nuevas cinefilias: Estaciones singulares. The four recent Spanish films screened in this cycle could not have been made in the past because of their language and themes—they innovate, take risks, and play with contemporary structure and narratives, and in doing so, they update the legacy of cinema and open a path for filmgoers to understand the constant changes that are taking place in society.
Since 2018, this film cycle has been organized by both collaborating institutions as a showcase for new Spanish cinema.
Nuevas Cinefilias, Estaciones singulares: Film Schedule
* November 5: Arima (Jaione Camborda, 2019)
* November 12: Violeta no coge el ascensor (Mamen Díaz, 2019)
* November 19: This Film Is About Me (Alexis Delgado, 2019)
* November 26: La reina de los lagartos (Burnin’ Percebes, 2019)
All titles will be available on the Instituto Cervantes Vimeo channel for 48 hours, starting at 12 pm on the day on which they are scheduled for viewing.