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Now in its 13th year, ¡Viva! celebrates the best in Spanish and Latin American cinema. This years programme is packed with great films including Fabián Bielinsky's final movie, the noir thriller The Aura and Hitchcockian thriller The Uncertain Guest. This year the festival has also teamed up with Soda Pictures to release a selection of the films - past and present on DVD. The festival runs at Manchester Cornerhouse cinema from March 15 to 25, before touring the country.
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Viva Latest Reviews
Coming-of-age drama about a janitor striving to turn his dreams into reality.
Gentle comedy drama - a love song to migrant workers everywhere.
Biopic of a Catalan anarchist.
A couple's one night stand in a motel room.
A British couple's Spanish holiday turns to horror after a disturbing discovery on a hunting trip.
An old violinist tries to help his son's guerrilla faction.
The dinner party from hell.
A goalkeeper kidnapped and tortured by the Argentinian secret police becomes determined to escape.
The festival of the Little Virgins in a Peruvian village offers one teenager an escape route.
A man in an isolated house admits a stranger, then doesn't know whether or not he's gone.
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