Oliver Parker’s Dorian Gray, starring Colin Firth and Rebecca Hall.
Accidents Happey – Staring Geena Davis.
The Sitges Film Festival takes place this October 1st to 12th with thousands of film previews showing across Sitges! Definitely worth a visit. Check out the Film Festival’s listing on Gay Sitges Guide here.
Don’t forget, this Friday, the Sitges Zombie Walk takes place at 7pm, outside the Miramar building, in the old town. Huge crowds are expected.
And the guys at Cine Cafe will have a free chaupito for every Zombie who pays them a visit.
Also, on Friday evening, the preview of Bruce LaBruce’s Gay Zombie takes place with a special after party held at Trailer disco.. .check out the video trailer below… very funny!
Cine Cafe will definitely be a hive of activity for the Sitges Film Festival. They also have a series of more than 44 movies to be screened!
- Big Trouble in Little China
- Blade Runner – The Final Cut
- Dark City – The Directors Cut
- Sin City (Directors cut)
Check out Cine Cafe’s listing on Gay Sitges Guide here.
Every year the Sitges International Film Festival secures some amazing opening and closing movies and this year is no exception. Check out the trailers below.
Desperate to pull his life together, Carson (Kiefer Sutherland) takes a job as a night watchman at the burned-out ruins of the Mayflower department store, which was destroyed by a massive fire that devoured numerous innocent lives. As Carson patrols the eerie, charred remains of the store, he begins to notice something sinister about the ornate mirrors that adorn the Mayflower walls.
City of Ember
For generations, the people of the City of Ember have flourished in an amazing world of glittering lights–underground. Built as a refuge for humanity and powered by a massive generator, this City will only sustain for 200 years. Now Ember is falling into darkness as the generator fails….
Tickets for both films are on sale here.
On Friday the 10th of October at 7pm, Zombies will take over Sitges in celebration of the Sitges Film Festival.
This march of the living dead will begin at 19:00 at the Miramar Building in Sitges, with the starting gun fired by director George A. Romero, who will be attending the Festival to commemorate the 40th anniversary of his emblematic movie Night of the Living Dead. The route will follow the main streets through the center of Sitges and will end on the Paseo de la Ribera esplanade with a free concert (21:00) by the groups Motorzombis, Dulcamara, Eyaculación Post Mortem, Secret Army, Brioles and Los Tiki Phantoms.
Check out the excellent promotional video for the event below.
For more information check out Gay Sitges Guide’s Events Section.
Sitges felt more like it was in the middle of August than October this weekend as crowds from around the world flocked to see some of the 13 world premieres being screened at the 40th International Film Festival.
The event, which celebrates the sci-fi, horror and fantasy genre, is one of the biggest of its kind in the world. This year sees previews of the digitally remastered Blade Runner which celebrates its 25th anniversary. Its one of the best and most original Sci-fi movies ever made. You can preview the movie trailer below.
The event lasts for the entire week! The main hub is the Hotel Melia which looks more like Hollywood than Sitges!
With all the movies on screen its hard to get to see them all, but our favourite has to be “Stardust” starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer,Claire Danes and Sienna Miller. Watch the movie trailer below.
For further information check out the events section of Gay Sitges Guide.com
Well boys, wouldn't you like that in your bed! Good news.. he's in Sitges.. .bad news… hes Straight…. but hey.. that never stopped a gay boy!
We haven't had much in the way of eye candy at this year's Sitges Film Festival. Some of the movies have been spectacular, but not so many actors as previous years. All that changed this weekend when Ian Somerhalder dropped in to say hello to his film buddies. He was here to promote his latest movie, Pulse. If you don't know Ian, most Spanish people will recognise him as Boone Carlyle from the hit TV series Lost.
The movie, from the brilliant mind of Wes Craven, is a tecnho-horror…if there is such a genre. Its an ok movie. When their computer hacker friend accidentally channels a mysterious wireless signal, a group of co-eds rally to stop a terrifying evil from taking over the world. The best bits are definitely watchin Ian on screen!
When: Oct 6th to 15th 2006
Where: Hotel Melia, Cine El Retiro, Cine Prado
Although not a gay event in itself…. the Sitges Film Festival means that the town will be busier than ever for the next 10 days.. and what gay boy or girl can't resist the glamour of movie stardom! The list of who will be attending this year will be confirmed tomorrow and Gay Sitges Guide will be present at all the events bringing you the best photos of those famous stars you know and love.
For further details check out the listing for the festival on Gay Sitges Guide or visit the official Website, http://www.cinemasitges.com
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