Pantalla Barcelona features short and feature-length films and will start on Tuesday 28 November.
Through Pantalla Barcelona, a new film cycle that focuses on locally made productions, Barcelona Institute of Culture (ICUB) and the Barcelona Film Commission aim to stimulate and consolidate the cinematographic and audiovisual production that is currently taking place in the Catalan capital.
A total of seven venues are taking part in the project, five of which are cinemas - Aribau Club, Cinesa Heron City, Icària Yelmo, Maldà and Verdi -, and two of which are civic centers - Auditori de Sant Martí and Can Clariana Cultural. Every Tuesday at 8pm for seven weeks, beginning on 28 November, a short film will be screened, followed by a feature film. The programmers have tried to ensure that both of the films screened maintain a certain thematic relationship. For example, one of the sessions is titled Imagine to survive, in which you can see the short film by Aina Clotet titled Tiger followed by Marc Recha's Un dia perfecte per volar. Another session has death as its common thread, and the spectators will see the short film Caradecavall by Marc Martínez Jordan, and Albert Serra's La mort de Lluís XIV. Cucli, Cavalls morts, Timecode, El adiós and El Corredor are the other short films that will be followed, respectively, by Stella Candente, Callback, Game Over, La propera pell and Truman.
Tickets, which cost €3, can be purchased in advance or on the day of the screening at the corresponding cinemas and civic centers. For more information, check out the following link.
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