On the occasion of the temporary exhibition Victor Papanek: The Politics of Design, the Design Museum will screen the French documentary “Demain” (Tomorrow).
The Goethe-Institut, one of the main broadcasters of the German culture in Barcelona, also celebrates the thirty years of the fall of the Berlin wall and does so with this film cycle.
Sants, Hostafrancs and La Bordeta celebrate the 31st edition of the only marathon of cinema where you can scream in the room, being one of the most historic events in the neighborhood's associations.
For ten days the Festival presents a program that wants to be a reflection of the present, with films about recent and historic mobilizations in Algeria, Sudan and Egypt, and other topics such as those missing in the Mediterranean or minorities in the Arab world.
Previously known as FICMA, this year the event has taken the new name of SUNCINE and is a meeting place for the cinema industry and the public with the aim of measuring and publicising the state of the planet's health through films of all lengths and formats.
Pantalla Barcelona acerca el cine reciente hecho con el talento de nuestra ciudad a través de las pantallas de los Centros Cívicos de Can Basté, Pati Llimona, Can Clariana Cultural, Casa Groga, La Sagrera “La Barraca”, Can Felipa y Ateneu Fort Pienc.