The outdoor film festival is offering the cycle ‘Black Light’.
Every year, Barcelona’s CCCB culture centre organizes a new cycle featuring films that are related to one of its exhibitions or activities. This year, they’re taking advantage of the exhibition 'Black Light' to focus the Gandules outdoor film cycle on magic, altered states and the occult. The first week (with screenings on 7, 8 and 9 August) will be devoted to magic and will feature the Swedish silent film 'The Phantom Carriage' (Victor Sjöström), 'Night of the Demon' (Jacques Tourneur) and 'The Tower of the Seven Humpbacks' (Edgar Neville). The sessions scheduled for the following week (14, 15 and 16 August) will be devoted to mental illumination with 'Mondo Cane' (Gualtiero Jacopetti, Paolo Cavara and Franco Prosperi), 'Seconds' (John Frankenheimer) and 'Arrebato' (Iván Zulueta). The last set of sessions (21, 22 and 23 August) will see the screening of three films that tackle the theme of spiritual illumination: 'The Wicker Man' (Robin Hardy), 'Ganja & Hess' (Bill Gunn) and 'The Love Witch' (Anna Biller).
The screenings will take place at 10pm every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening from 7 to 23 August in the Pati de les Dones at CCCB.
Admission is free of charge though capacity is limited. Additional information is available at the following link.
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