Now in its 15th year the festival, which showcases the best Spanish-language films from recent and past cinema history, will screen As Luck Would Have It (La chispa de la vida), a film about a man who attempts to sell the exclusive rights to his story after being involved in an accident, which stars Salma Hayek; thriller Sleep Tight (Mientras duermes), about a shady concierge; and Chinese Take Away (Cuento chino), starring The Secret In Their Eyes' Ricardo Darín as "a solitary man compelled to take in a Chinese lodger".
The full programme is yet to be announced, but the dates are as follows:
Sydney: Wednesday 4 July to Sunday 15, Palace Norton St and The Chauvel
Melbourne: Thursay 5 July to Sunday 15, Palace Cinema Como and Kino Cinemas
Brisbane: Wednesday 11 July to Sunday 22, Palace Centro
Adelaide: Thursday 12 July to Sunday 22, Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas
Perth: Thursday 19 July to Wednesday 25, Cinema Paradiso
More information can be found on the Spanish Film Festival's website.
This week's new sets include music from locals Gurrumul, Josh Pyke and West Thebarton Brothel Party plus new tunes from The Maccabees and Albert Hammond Jr.