When we start preparing this edition, many people told us: 'It is the 13th one! 13!' We were never very given to superstition
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Manchester, UK (PRWEB) October 14, 2009
Film fans only have a few weeks to wait until Madrid becomes the centre of the cinematic world, as it will be hosting the 2009 edition of LesGaiCineMad during November.
Now in its 13th year, the showcase is set to take place between October 29th and November 8th and the fact that the number 13 is considered to be unlucky by some people has not impacted on the organisers' enthusiasm for the event.
"When we start preparing this edition, many people told us: 'It is the 13th one! 13!' We were never very given to superstition," explained Gerjo Perez Melia and Lucas Casanova, the director and producer of the event.
A wide range of different films that will no doubt be of interest to those with a passion for LGBT cinema will go on show during the festival, include Were the World Mine, directed by Tom Gustafson.
Tickets for individual screenings cost from €5 (£4.59). However, people wishing to see more than one movie - such as those staying in hotels in Madrid for several days - could be tempted to purchase different kinds of passes.
For €18, visitors can purchase entrance to five movies and three can be bought for €12.
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