The film will be shown on the 17th of February in the presence of its director, Peruvian-born, Gràcia-district resident Claudia Llosa, and the series will continue with other titles such as “A Dog Called Pain”, “The Plague” and “The Creator of the Jungle”
Every Tuesday at 8 pm, Cinemes Texas will be showing a film from the series (Almost) Forgotten little gems, an initiative that, over the past months, has been recovering notable productions from recent years.
The 17th of February will see the turn of Madeinusa, the first film by Claudia Llosa, a Peruvian-born film maker resident in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. The 2006 drama focusses on a few days in the life of a young girl from an isolated village in the Peruvian mountains. The screening will be attended and presented by the film’s director, as will the remainder of the confirmed films in the series.
The next film, to be shown on the 24th, will be A Dog Called Pain, an experimental film from 2001 directed musician Luis Eduardo Aute. Like Llosa, Aute has connections to the Gràcia district, having spent part of his childhood there. The list of upcoming films includes another title from a director with connections to Gràcia, namely Jaume Balagueró’s The Nameless, in addition to The Plague, by Neus Ballús, The Creator of the Jungle, by Jordi Morató, For 80 Days, by Jose Mari Goenaga and Jon Garaño, and The Solitude, by Jaime Rosales.
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Dies: Cada dimarts, a les 20 h
Preu: 3 €
Espai: Cinemes Texas
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