Outdoor cinemas in Madrid for this summer


There’s something special about outdoor cinemas in summer. The pleasant breeze of summer nights, a cricket that you hear from far away, the gunfires from the other movie… Undoubtedly, outdoor cinemas are one of the best things in summer.

This summer in Madrid you can go to El Cuartel by City Lights at Centro Cultural Conde Duque, the open-air cinema promoted by Better es mejor, the coolest pop-up agency right now (they organized The Apartment, The Hovse, The Patio…). The team is completed by chef Javier Muñoz-Calero (known for the restaurants Tartán, La Muñoca, El huerto de Lucas), who will coordinate a gastro terrace with a menu composed by big names such as Albert Adriá, Andoni Luis Aduriz, Ramon Freixa and Paco Pérez del Miramar. There will also be a marketplace with nice fashion labels. Having known Better es mejor‘s previous adventures, I am sure this will be the most special place in the city this season. It will be opened from July 10th to September 28th. The movies they’ve chosen include The Departed, Avatar, The Impossible… You can get your tickets here.

Other outdoor cinemas in Madrid:
- Cine de La Bombilla
- Auditorio del parque del Calero
- Casa Museo Lope de Vega
- Castillo de Villaviciosa de Odón
- La Casa Encendida

And if you have a house with garden (or friends that do), it’s easy to set up an improvised outdoor cinema with help of a filmprojector… ;)

Movies I’d see at an outdoor cinema: 
- Pulp Fiction
- Jaws
- Saving Private Ryan
- Shutter Island
- Casino
- Wind
- Out of Africa
- Witness for the prosecution
- The Princess Bride
- Titanic
- Catch me if you can
- Indiana Jones: Raiders of the lost ark
- The Sting
- Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Or well, anything by Spielberg, Hitchcock or Scorsese.

Outdoor cinemas inspiration

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Chanel Spring/Summer 2014 – Presentation in Madrid

The presentation of the Chanel Spring/Summer 2014 collection took place in Madrid yesterday and I had the chance to visit it and take photos of the cool artsy accessories that characterizes next season’s style. The french maison was inspired by modern art and interpreted it in an ironic way. Jackets that look like made of tweed but that are actually made with a print, the Boy bag printed with a spray, backpacks that look like belonged to a graffiti artist… My favourite was the bag above, inspired in the cap of the Nº5 bottle.

The big pearls, the multiple versions of the 2.55… Everything was there. The J12 watches too, an amazing model that shows the moon phases.

Enjoy the collection!

           Photos by Mónica Parga

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