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Viva returns to Manchester Cornerhouse for it's 19 edition from March 8 to 24. Presented in partnership with Instituto Cervantes, Manchester, the 2013 Festival programme is the most ambitious to date, featuring blockbusters, small independent feature films and documentaries in Spanish language as well as a film in Catalan.
The festival will open with a gala screening of ¡Atraco!, directed by Eduard Cortés
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Viva Latest Reviews
The story of a woman struggling on the thin line between hope and despair in a small Columbian village.
To boys from the hood try to rob a bank... but things don't go according to plan.
A writer returns to his Galician village expecting to receive an award, but the villagers have very different plans for him.
The story of a bullied teenager.
A ten-year-old becomes aware of the strains on her parents' marriage over the course of long car journey.
The Stars and Stripes Invasion Deauville launches its programme.
Locarno line-up announced Carlo Chatrian announces debut festival of 'contradictions'
Travolta Czechs it out Karlovy Vary in gear to go global.
Tropfest: New York Interviews and coverage from the short film festival.
Audrey's stroll on the dark side The star of Amélie on a new direction as Thérèse Desqueyroux
Bed and bawd Behind The Candelabra Matt Damon on getting into bed with Michael Douglas.
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