The 8th edition of Inclús, the Barcelona International Film and Disability Festival, is coming, and due to the pandemic it will take place entirely online.
The Dart, Documentary Film Festival on Contemporary Art, is coming back but this year will screen all its films on the FilmIn platform exceptionally.
Given the current health situation, the 27th Barcelona Independent Film Festival cancels the screenings and face-to-face activities and will hold the festival 100% online.
Until December 3, and in different libraries of the city, there will be talks and stories for adults related to this genre, as well as screenings of some films and subsequent discussions.
Barcelona International Women’s Film Festival has the aim of promoting films directed by women and giving visibility to women’s audiovisual culture. Thus, the festival screens the filmographies of women from all over the world.
The free documentary film festival reaches libraries for another year.
The six titles that Casa Asia has collected for this cycle are representative of the daily life of contemporary Iranian society.
In its fifth edition, Pantalla Barcelona will offer about twenty feature films and twenty shorts in more than 40 screenings, through the screens of some civic centres.
Barcelona Districte Cultural is a cycle dedicated to bringing the public theatre, circus and dance shows, live concerts, family proposals and film screenings.