Ask any local Valencian and they will tell you that it can be quite a task to find authentic English speaking cinemas in the city, with most picture houses opting to screen films dubbed in Spanish. Luckily, there’s a handful of cinemas in Valencia which make V.O. screenings a priority – meaning you can enjoy the film in its original language. Here’s our guide to the best:
Cine Jove run an influential international film festival in Valencia in June every year. This is a gathering of creative young filmmakers from all over the world. The festival has become one of the most inspiring film festivals staged in Spain. This year’s festival will include a range of feature films and shorts as well as interviews, seminars and workshops aimed at educating audiences in the art of film at what is Europe’s longest-living film making event. It goes without saying that all films are V.O. screenings, though not especially in English. Screenings take place at Parque de Viveros close to the city center and other interesting venues such as theatres.
Cine Jove, Plaza de la Almoina 4-1 º, Valencia, Spain, +34963311047 and +34963310592