Throughout March we’ll be celebrating all things Spanish and Latin American as ¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Film Festival returns for its 17th year. This year’s exciting programme of events and screenings, includes Mexican epic Daniel Sánchez Arévalo’s latest feature Arrancame la Vida, smart satire Gordos, and Argentinean coming-of-age tale with a twist El último verano de la Boyita.
Have a look at the full programme in date order here or browse the diverse range of films and events below.
Alternatively you can visit the ¡Viva! website.
Please note all ¡Viva! screening will start at the advertised times without adverts and trailers.
To create your own ¡Viva! festival pass select 8 films (excluding events) from the festival line-up for only £44 full / £32 concs. To book your festival pass, download the PDF booking form here or collect a copy from Box Office and return with your payment.
Please note, your festival pass can only be booked in person or over the telephone. Festival Passes will not be sold during the 30 minutes before any Cornerhouse screening.
Watch one film from the Cine en Construcción selection and see another from this selection for free. Book both tickets with our Box Office. (Offer not available with online booking).
Previously in this Festival
Intro The screening on Tue 22 March will be introduced by James Scorer, Lecturer in Latin American Cultural Studies at The University of Manchester.
This gallery discussion will give Spanishspeakers and learners the opportunity to discuss in Spanish the works in Oscar Muñoz: Biografías.
The screening on Wed 9 Mar will be introduced by Andy Willis, Reader in Film Studies at the University of Salford.