Instituto Cervantes

Latest articles

5d
Manila Standard Today
A celebration of Muslim history and cultureEloisa Klecheski, Royal Thai Embassy First Secretary Rathanand Vichaidit and Mi
Manila Standard Today / Posted 5 days ago
Eloisa Klecheski, Royal Thai Embassy First Secretary Rathanand Vichaidit and Minister Counsellor Rachaphum Viengsima, and Instituto Cervantes Manila Director Carlos Madrid. Anak Mindanao Representative Congresswoman Sitti Djalia Turabin Hataman... Read more
7d
Inquirier.net
Wide variety of genre films at Spanish festwho has worked with top directors like Fernando Trueba, Carlos Saura and Alfons
Inquirier.net / Posted 7 days ago
who has worked with top directors like Fernando Trueba, Carlos Saura and Alfonso Cuaron. The Spanish Film Festival is an Instituto Cervantes presentation that will have a second leg in Intramuros, from Oct. 19 to 25. For screening schedules,... Read more
11d
Breitbart
DACA Amnesty, Chain Migration Threatens English as Primary U.S. Languagein the world with the most Spanish speakers, with only Mexico surpassing the U.
Breitbart / Posted 11 days ago
in the world with the most Spanish speakers, with only Mexico surpassing the U.S., according to the latest research by Instituto Cervantes. The 2015 study revealed that while American English remains stagnant in the U.S., there are now more... Read more
12d
Inquirier.net
Raymond plays pivotal role in Spanish epic about the siege of Balerfilm fest, ongoing at the Greenbelt Cinemas in Makati until Oct. 15. Carlos Ma
Inquirier.net / Posted 12 days ago
film fest, ongoing at the Greenbelt Cinemas in Makati until Oct. 15. Carlos Madrid, director of the fest’s organizer Instituto Cervantes, told the Inquirer that Bagatsing and Madrid-based Filipino actress Alexandra Masangkay joined the... Read more
15d
Oxford Mail
First Person: why Oxfordshire's most famous Spanish émigré is being honoured at an exhibitionChislett is an Oxford-born, Madrid-based writer, who covered Spain’s 1975-78 tr
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Chislett is an Oxford-born, Madrid-based writer, who covered Spain’s 1975-78 transition to democracy for The Times. His exhibition on Arturo Barea opens on December 13 at the Instituto Cervantes, Alcalá 49, 28014 Madrid, and will run for two mon... Read more
15d
Oxford Mail
First Person: why Oxfordshire's most famous Spanish émigré is being honoured at an exhibitionnever a communist. William Chislett is an Oxford-born, Madrid-based writer, wh
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
never a communist. William Chislett is an Oxford-born, Madrid-based writer, who covered Spain’s 1975-78 transition to democracy for The Times. His exhibition on Arturo Barea opens on December 13 at the Instituto Cervantes, Alcalá 49, 28014 Ma... Read more
17d
Inquirier.net
Película fest to open with new movie on Siege of Balerin Asia, will be featuring the best of contemporary Spanish cinema at the Green
Inquirier.net / Posted 17 days ago
in Asia, will be featuring the best of contemporary Spanish cinema at the Greenbelt 3 Cinemas in Makati. Presented by Instituto Cervantes, Embassy of Spain-AECID, Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and Ayala Cinemas, the 16th... Read more
m
The Manila Times
Anak Mindanao spearheads celebration of Muslim cultureEloisa Klecheski, Royal Thai Embassy First Secretary Rathanand Vichaidit and Mi
The Manila Times / Posted 1 months ago
Eloisa Klecheski, Royal Thai Embassy First Secretary Rathanand Vichaidit and Minister Counsellor Rachaphum Viengsima, and Instituto Cervantes Manila Director Carlos Madrid. Also present were art lovers Jaime Laya and Patricia Araneta as well as... Read more

In this news