The Spanish Film Festival is back in Brisbane!

This year’s Spanish Film Festival program, exclusive to Palace Cinemas around Australia, boasts 38 features from across Spain, Latin-America, and beyond, as varied as the ceramic tiles on a Gaudi masterpiece.

The Festival will open with Emilio Martínez-Lázaro’s Spanish Affair, which was seen by over two million people in the fortnight following its release in Spain. This comedic tale mischievously pokes fun at cultural differences as it tracks a young southerner who tenaciously seeks to win the heart of a Basque girl, making it a very Spanish affair indeed. Starring popular stand-up comic and presenter Dani Rovira, and the charming Clara Lago, Spanish Affair fast became a must-see in Spain and will be a sure-fire crowd pleaser at the 2015 Spanish Film Festival.

Special fiestas to look out for include quirky black comedy They Are All Dead, starring Elena Anaya followed by an after party; and a live tango performance will help everyone find their rhythm before the Argentinian Tango Glories, which explores the nostalgic memories of 85-year-old tango veteran Fermín Turdero, who expresses himself through the lyrics of tango songs.

The Spanish Film Festival runs from Wednesday 29 April to Wednesday 13 May at Palace Barracks and Palace Centro Cinemas; for more information, visit palacecinemas.com.au.

We’ve got 20 double passes for the festival session of your choice* to give away; enter below for your chance to win!

HOW TO ENTER: Enter via the form below. *Entrants agree to receive future promotional offers from bmag. *Tickets are valid even with ‘No Free Ticket’ listings. Not valid for Opening/Closing Nights or any Special Events. Tickets are not transferrable and not redeemable online or for cash. Not valid Public Holidays. Competition closes 9am, Monday 20 April 2015. UPDATE: This competition has closed! Congratulations to our winners – Evelyne Calvo from Northlakes, Rodney Jefferies from Murarrie, Kath Colville from Sheldon, Julie White from Wakerley, James Bambrick from Upper Mt Gravatt
Sue Nunn from Mt Gravatt East, Lisa Dupere from Wishart, Helena Boman from Holland Park West, Josephine Giles from Tarragindi, Monique White from Tarragindi, Catherine Slater from Parkinson, Kristie Milloy from Robertson
Anita Bocquee from West End, Susan Schofield from Kenmore, Angela Kroczka from Kelvin Grove, Katrina Ashe from Wavell Heights, Helen Rigby from Clayfield, Kerry MacDonald from Clayfield, Tamara George from Ascot, Anna Pozzi from Spring Hill.