We curate all types of film programs for different institutions such as cinemas, arts centres, museums and consortiums.
We provide films programs in collaboration with third parts and for several clients by request.
We work to put together creative moving image practices, bringing a relationship between the content of works and the “character” of each venue we curate for.
We organize audiovisual art exhibitions, screenings, events and projects for large and diverse audiences, serving as a platform to and for video artists working in the field of moving image and filmmakers around the world.
Sin Fin Cinema works as a distribution company open to all kinds of works.
We provide a consultancy service to all filmmakers and carry out national
and international festivals distribution for their works.
We also provide film distribution services in other audiovisual markets,
cinemas, cultural centres, art galleries and mediatheques.
We also supports the most artistic, experimental moving image practices and avant-garde Spanish Films in their nature. We are interested in films and moving image art works that are concerned with artistic expression and that go beyond the boundaries of traditional narrative. One of our priorities is to serve and act as a platform to develop new channels of exhibition of experimental films and help cinema outside commercial and mainstream exhibition circuits to be more accessible.
We also promotes, distributes and exhibits Spanish films under academic purposes. We program film screenings for colleges, schools and Universities in the UK interested in Spanish studies. Our aim is to bring Spanish cinema to this specialized context whilst opening other countries’ youth and new audiences to see more Spanish cinema.
Sin Fin Cinema provide Spanish Cinema courses for Language Schovols and academies. We engage students in Spanish-language study through the use of feature films across the Spanish-speaking world. We organize pedagogical screenings, which motivates students in conversation, writing and listening skills in addition to providing them with a broad and real-world experience with the culture of the Spanish-speaking world. It is a must for those students seeking to improve their verbal fluency in the Spanish language while exploring complex issues relating to contemporary Spanish-speaking societies and their diaspora through the lenses of the film industry.