The 4th edition of the Panorama cycle of Colombian cinema will take place from the 8th to the 11th of June
Barcelona has an annual date with Colombian cinema thanks to the Panorama de Cine Colombiano cycle, which is back for its 4th edition with new developments in its programme. These include new formats and venues, including open air sessions at Pati Llimona and Cotxeres de Sants and screenings at Cinema Zumzeig and Arts Santa Mònica. The cycle puts the accent on the critical possibilities of film, in both the social and the cultural sense, making up an accessible and festive meeting point for different artistic disciplines such as music, video art and photography.
The programme features a total of five premieres, debates, video installations, a photographic exhibition and live music. It will also have two thematic areas: dispacement and the narrative proposal of the indigenous viewpoint, in which the Amazon, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and the slums of Bogotà all converge.
The cycle also aims to explore new languages and generate meeting places with the public. It will include examples of contemporary aesthetics in film that are reevaluating photography (Siembra) and others that reflect on the place from which the story is narrated (Naboba and El abrazo de la serpiente). There will also be space for the daily lives of people that have been displaced from the countryside to the city (Noche herida) and the image of the city that has become another scenario for inequality (Las tetas de mi madre). It's a cycle that cover all the variety in film of a fascinating country.
Panorama de Cine Colombiano
When: 8 to 11 June.
Where: Various venues.
Additional information is available on the El perro que ladra website.
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