Other opportunities are available on the FluentU.com site. Great videos from many lands, at all levels from "newbie" to "native/bilingual". There are subtitles as well as word-by-word explication. Check it out.
Using video/film to learn language gives you lots of advantages - time, repeats, colloquial language. and no embarrassment about not getting it all the first time!
- Take it slowly. Give yourself time to think, try listening without subtitles a few times first.
- Don't tackle an entire film. Choose one or two scenes at a time.
- Choose one variety of Spanish, for example, Mexican, peninsular Spanish, Argentinian, etc.
- Choose videos you enjoy!
- Listen most carefully to monologues or simple, two-person dialog sections. Busy street scenes or group conversations are more difficult to manage.
- Try putting yourself in the place of one of the characters and see if you can say his lines yourself.
¡Que te diviertas!