You still have the chance until 9 August to enjoy films in the open air in La Ribera neighbourhood.
Barcelona's neighbourhoods are replete with cultural activities, and La Ribera is a particularly good example. One of the neighbours' favourites every Wednesday evening in the summer is an open air film cycle that goes by the name of Cinema a la Plaça, and which progammes the screening of films on a big screen set up in Jardins Pou de la Figuera. Every Wednesday since May, neighbourds have been able to see for free films like ‘La carne es débil’, ‘Carmina o revienta’, the documentary ‘Skate Day’ and 'The Walk', de Robert Zemekis, the latter being an adaptation of the story of Philippe Petit, who, at the age of 70, defied gravity by doing a tightrope walk between the Twin Towers in New York. The cycle is coming to an end, but you still have the chance to catch two films.
On Wednesday 2 August you can see the film ‘Tomorrow’, by Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent, which is a documentary that takes a trip around the world looking for the solutions to the enormous changes, especially climate change – that are affecting our planet. On 9 August, you can see a selection of short films made by up-and-coming creators as part of the Low Cost Festival.
All of these screenings are free of charge. Additional information is available from the Casal Pou de la Figuera website.
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