The Spanish Film Festival returns to Sydney for 2014, bringing with it some critically acclaimed films and Spanish culture. 

Happening at the Palace Verona in Paddington and the Palace Norton Street in Leichardt, the festival brings two outstanding, critically acclaimed films to the festival. Opening the festival, David Trueba’s Living is Easy With Eyes Closed is sure to excite viewers and set the tone for the rest of the festival. The wacky Alex de le Iglesia offering Witching & Bitching will close the festival. 


Running from April 29 to May 18, tickets for the Spanish Film Festival are available now, from $20. For more info on movies and the full program head to

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