Missing your movies? Well for Almería folk there is good news with the opening of a new cinema in Albox, Almería. The films are to be screened in their original language for at least one of the showings, so for English speakers, there will be a regular choice.
The new cinema will be housed in the Federica García Lorca at the ayuntmiento. It has come about with the collaboration of Albox town coucil, the Asociación de Empresarios y Profesionales de Albox (AEPA), and the Centro Comercial Abierto de Albox EL ARRIERO.
The cinema opens its doors on December 2 2016. You can keep abreast of upcoming screenings by visiting the cinema’s Facebook Page.
Tickets will cost €5.50 per seat except for special events and occasional discounts.
The first film to be shown in Disney’s Vaiana (Moana) and has an English language night.
- Friday December 2. 7pm
- Saturday December 3. 7pm and 9:30pm
- Sunday December 4. 5:30pm and 8pm
- Monday December 5. 7pm (shown in English)
- Tuesday December 6. 7pm
- Wednesday December 7. 7pm
- Thursday December 8. 7pm
About Vaiana (Moana)
An adventurous teenager sails out on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey, Moana meets the once-mighty demigod Maui, who guides her in her quest to become a master way-finder. Together they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds. Along the way, Moana fulfills the ancient quest of her ancestors and discovers the one thing she always sought: her own identity.
Moana, which had the extended holiday weekend to benefit its box office bottom line, has already generated $82 million in the US and $99 million globally.
1898: Los Últimos de Filipinas
The following week it is “1898: Los Últimos de Filipinas” showing – a Spanish language film.
- Friday December 9. 9:30pm
- Saturday December 10. 8pm and 11pm
- Sunday December 11. 8:30pm
- Wednesday December 14. 9:30pm (special price of €4.50)
About 1898: Los Últimos de Filipinas
Predominantly filmed in Gran Canaria, this Spanish film tells the story of a Spanish detachment besieged in the town of Baler on the Philippine island of Luzon by Filipino revolutionary insurgents for 337 days at the end of the nineteenth century. In December 1898, with the signing of the Treaty of Paris between Spain and the United States, the war between the two countries was formally ended and Spain ceded sovereignty over the Philippines to the United States. Because of this, the besieged in Baler are known as “Los Últimos de Filipinas” (the last of the Filipinos).
Support your local cinema
Support is vital from Albox residents and those from surrounding areas to ensure that the cinema remains profitable and stays open.