Museum of Image and Sound
Opened in 2004, during the Spanish Film Week XVII of Estepona, the museum pays tribute to Luis García Berlanga, one of the most important directors in the history of Spanish cinema. Its various rooms allow visitors to take a journey through the history of film, music and comics. It consists of the following rooms: Room Maria Isbert: memories of the film Weeks held annually in Estepona Spanish cinema devoted much as the fantasy and horror genre. Collect posters, programs and memorabilia from the artists who have gone through Estepona. . - The Musical Passage Spring: a journey through the history of music in Estepona through major concerts in recent decades, as well as a tribute to the musicians esteponeros. . - Edgar Neville Hall: review of filmmaking from its beginnings in the late nineteenth century to the 90s thanks to a superb collection of cameras and projectors donated by the Brothers Songs that collected over many years of love and dedication to cinema.