Recent Spanish Cinema 2023 in Miami

  • Film
  • Miami
  • Wed, November 15 —
    Sat, November 18, 2023
Recent Spanish Cinema 2023 in Miami

“Recent Spanish Cinema” is back in Miami for its 2023 edition, showcasing some U.S. premiere films and with some special guests coming from Spain.

Since 1994, the Recent Spanish Cinema series has been presenting the a curated list of current Spanish films. The series is a Seventh Art showcase of Spain’s top cinema personalities, who have contributed significantly to putting “Made in Spain” productions in the vanguard of international filmmaking.

Talents such as Carmen Maura, Álex de la Iglesia, Paco León, Fernando Trueba, Angela Molina, Antonio de la Torre, Paz Vega, Luis Tosar and Eduardo Noriega have attended this event and left their personal stamp on the Recent Spanish Cinema Series. And each year, more long-standing celebrities as well as up-and-coming artists in Spanish cinema are adding their names to the list of participants, telling us about their film experiences at the Q&A sessions for the attending audiences.

Not such an easy life

  • On Wednesday, November 15 at 7 pm.
  • Directed by Félix Viscarret, Spain, 2023, 107 minutes.
  • Original title: Una vida no tan simple.
  • In Spanish with English subtitle. Watch trailer.
  • Buy tickets. Q&A with actor Álex García and cocktail reception following the screening.

Isaías had been a promising architect as a young man, but when he turned 40 all his dreams and expectations at the personal, professional and family levels have gradually faded away. And to top it all, each decision he makes to try to solve his problems only makes things worse.

My loneliness has wings

  • On Thursday, November 16 at 6.30 pm.
  • Directed by Mario Casas, Spain, 2023, 102 minutes.
  • Original title: Mi soledad tiene alas.
  • In Spanish with English subtitles. Watch trailer.
  • Buy tickets. Q&A with actor Oscar Casas following the screening.

In a humble neighborhood on the outskirts of Barcelona, Dan (Óscar Casas) and his two friends, Vio (Candela González) and Reno (Farid Bechara), live without thinking about tomorrow, indulging in parties and committing jewelry heists. Behind his appearance as a small-time delinquent, Dan hides a talented artist with a different sensitivity to the world around him. The reappearance of his father, after being released from prison, awakens Dan’s old demons, plunging him into a spiral of violence that forces him to flee and puts the friendship between the three friends to the test. A journey of irrevocable discovery begins for Dan and Vio, where they have to leave behind the children they once were, changing their lives forever.

Robot dreams

  • On Thursday, November 16 at 9 pm.
  • Directed by Pablo Berger, Spain, 2023, 96 minutes.
  • In Spanish with English subtitles. Watch trailer.
  • Buy tickets.

DOG lives in Manhattan and he’s tired of being alone. One day he decides to build himself a robot, a companion. Their friendship blossoms, until they become inseparable, to the rhythm of 80’s NYC. One summer night, Dog, with great sadness, is forced to abandon Robot at the beach. Will they ever meet again? Robot Dreams is the first animation film by the award-winning director Pablo Berger (Blancanieves).


  • On Friday, November 17 at 6.30 pm.
  • Directed by Lucía Alemany, Spain, 2023, 102 minutes.
  • Original title: Mari(dos).
  • In Spanish with English subtitles. Watch trailer.
  • Buy tickets. Q&A with actor Paco León following the screening.

Toni and Emilio both receive the same tragic phone call: their wives are in a coma after an avalanche at a ski resort. When they reach the admissions desk at the hospital, they make a startling discovery: their wives are, in fact, the same person… Laura. For years, Laura has been secretly leading parallel lives and riding a roller-coaster between her two families. Forced to stay together until Laura wakes up and can be moved from the hospital, Emilio and Toni find themselves embroiled in a fight to prove who is her one and only, true husband.

20,000 species of bees

  • On Friday, November 17 at 9 pm.
  • Directed by Estíbaliz Urresola Solaguren, Spain, 2023, 127 minutes. Original title: 20.000 especies de abejas.
  • In Spanish with English subtitles. Watch trailer.
  • Buy tickets.

An eight-year-old child struggles with the fact that people keep addressing her in confusing ways. During a summer in the Basque Country among the beehives, she explores her identity alongside the women of her family, who at the same time reflect on their own lives and desires. (Gariza Films / Luxbox Films)

Little red riding wolf

  • On Saturday, November 18 at 6.30 pm.
  • Directed by Chus Gutiérrez, Spain, 2023, 92 minutes.
  • Original title: De Caperucita a loba.
  • In Spanish with English subtitles. Watch trailer.
  • Buy tickets. Q&A with actress Marta González following the screening.

About to turn 40, Marta cannot find the stability she seeks at the emotional and personal level. She therefore decides to review her past relationships with various men to learn from her mistakes, laugh at them and confront the future, building her self-security as best she can to transform herself from a little red riding hood into a she-wolf.


Venue map

Silverspot Cinema – Downtown Miami, 300 SE 3rd St #100, Miami, FL 33131

More information

Miami Recent Spanish Cinema


Presented by Recent Spanish Cinema. Still from My loneliness has wings.



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