'Hell or High Water', 'El rei borni' and 'Suffragette' are among the films to be screened this year.
Take note of the following dates: 15, 22 and 29 June and 6, 13 and 20 July. Those are the Thursdays this summer when you can make your way to Cotxeres de Sants to catch free film screenings in the classic summer Cinema in the Open Air cycle.
Opening the cycle is Nous Tres ou Rien, a French film directed by Kheiron which he based on his own life story, when his family left southern Iran to settle in Paris. It was nominated for a Caesar award for best debut film. One week later, David MacKenzie’s Hell or High Water tells the story of a divorced father and his impulsive brother, an ex convict with whom he embarks on a spree of bank robberies. The last session in June is reserved for Captain Fantastic by Matt Ross about a man who has spent the last ten years of his life bringing up his six children in a remote forest. Some tragic news make his abandon that life and return to civilization.
In july, Marc Crehuet’s El rei borni will be screened on Thursday 6. In the film, two friends who have not seen each other for a number of years arrange a dinner party to meet up again and meet their couples. Suffragettes by Sarah Gavron is scheduled for Thursday 13. The film depicts the women of the suffragette movement in Britain around the time of the First World War. The cycle is set to draw to a close with the screening of I, Daniel Black by Ken Loach, the story if a 59 year old carpenter who find himself obliged to see a social worker because of his heart problems.
All sessions begin at 10pm. In case of rain, the screenings will take place inside the Auditori. Additional information is available on the cycle website.
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