BccN: the creative commons culture and film festival

The festival will take place in various city-wide venues from the 11th to the 15th of May

The 7th annual edition of the BccN (Barcelona Creative Commons Culture Film Festival) will once again propose a different way for us to relate to film and audiovisual culture: through licence free works. The activities that are scheduled to take place from the 11th to the 15th of May will ¡ take place at MACBA and other venues around the city. The aim of the festival is to promote a space to explore and to defend free audiovisual culture as a critical tool for the transformation of our environment.

BccN is a pioneer in offering works operating under a Creative Commons licence, which allows for a greater flexibility in the distribution of films on the net and facilitates contact between authors and their public. The festival also aims to be a meeting place for people to exchange experiences and knowledge. The festival will be attended by the directors of the films, who will explain their projects to the public present.

On the programme are films followed by talks, including titles like  Nice Day by Roger La Puente; El ball del vetllatori by Marc Sempere; The Story of Technoviking;  and El camí més llarg per tornar a casa by Sergi Pérez, while the parallel activities include roundtable discussions, debates and presentations.

 

 

 

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Publication date: Monday, 09 May 2016
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