Barcelona's CCCB to screen works from the feminist ‘One minute video’ project in which hundreds of women have taken part over the course of two decades.
The One-Minute Video, a collective project that came into being two decades ago through the work of entities like the coordinator Trama, the Women's Film Festival of Créteil and the Drac Màgic international festival, is based on a simple idea: commission or simply give women film-makers the freedom to create short audiovisual pieces that question the limits imposed on women both inside and outside the world of film. As a result, over the last two decades over 400 pieces have been produced in an initiative that combines artistic experimentation with feminist politics and which is about to take place another year in the shape of Rebels! at CCCB.
The event consists of the screening of five blocks of audiovisual works in theamtic segments that tackle the issues of spoken challenge, the end of the tale, the body and occupying the world. Each chapter lasts 50 minutes and can be seen every afternoon in the Auditorium at CCCB.
You'll find additional information on the CCCB website. Admission is free.
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