Letizia and Máxima, their date with Spanish cinema at the Amsterdam Film Festival: with Javier Fesser and his ‘Campeonex’

First state trip of this year on the international agenda of the Kings. Felipe VI and Letizia head to Holland this Tuesday, April 16. Around 3:30 p.m. this afternoon, in T4 of the Adolfo Suárez-Madrid Barajas Airport, they take flight to Amsterdam. With this visit, they respond to the invitation of the Kings of Holland, William and Máxima.

The gala dinner, which marks the nuclear event of State visits, will take place at the Royal Palace of the capital on Wednesday the 17th. Princess Amalia will attend, as we have already published. The 20-year-old heiress will receive from Don Felipe the distinction of the Grand Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic. This mention has been awarded to him by the Government of Pedro Sánchez, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Beyond the gala dinner, Letizia and Máxima will share an agenda event with cultural content and a Spanish accent.

The two Queens will visit, as planned, andl Amsterdam Spanish Film Festival. The Spanish film event, which is held every year in the capital of the canals, reaches its tenth edition. It will be Thursday, April 18. The festival, from the 15th to the 21st of this month, has a lineup of national films such as Close the eyesby Víctor Erice (with José Coronado, Ana Torrent and María León); The Enchanted, by Elena Trapé (with Laia Costa); either Campeonex. After the screening of the film, its director, Javier Fesser, will participate in a colloquium debate, as announced by the event networks.

Queen Letizia, passionate about cinema, is one of the best ambassadors of Spanish talent, both in audiovisual creation, design and fashion. Surely, we will see her wearing some Spanish brand look during her visit to the Netherlands. Among her regulars, Zara, Massimo Dutti, Adolfo Domínguez, Cherubina, Moisés Nieto and Teresa Helbig.