Carne Cruda in La Cabina

Thursday November 11, 8pm. La Mutant.

The Independent Republic of Radio returns to La Cabina and La Mutant. The project directed and presented by journalist Javier Gallego has long been one of the freshest, most influential and independent on the country’s radio scene.
Gallego and his team will participate in the parallel activities of the XIV of La Cabina, live, next Thursday, November 12 at 8:00 p.m. in La Mutant.

Free entrance. Limited capacity. [SOLD OUT]

Special screening: Un Blues para Teherán

Monday, November 15, 5 p.m. La Nau.

Un Blues para Teherán
Javier Tolentino

Followed by Round table discussion with Awatef Ketiti, Javier Tolentino and Áurea Ortiz.

Spain · 2020 · 72’

Different faces show an Iran where tradition and modernity coexist and confront each other. Erfan invites us to discover a country both mysterious and cultured through its music and its people.

He is a young Kurdish man, fun and ironic, that wants to become a film director. He sings, writes poetry, lives with his parents and his parrot, but knows nothing about love…

Candidate for the Goya Awards 2022 as Best Documentary.

Special screening: Las Sinsombrero 3. Las Exiliadas

Tuesday, November 16, 6:30 p.m. La Nau.

Las Sinsombrero 3. Las Exiliadas
Manuel Jiménez, Tània Balló, Serrana Torres

Followed by Round table discussion with Manuel Jiménez and Cristina García Pascual, moderated by Adela Cortijo, director of Servei de Cultura de la Universitat de València.

Spain · 2021 · 53’

This third episode of Las Sinsombrero presents the life and work of some of the female Spanish artists and thinkers that were obliged to flee Spain after the Civil War, on their way to an exile that lasted much longer than expected, and which forced them to start anew, on both the personal and professional levels. 

Special screening: Que sirva de ejemplo

Wednesday, November 17, 6:30 p.m. La Nau.

Que sirva de ejemplo
Sofía Castañón

Followed by Round table discussion with Patricia Moreno, Rubén Serrano and Sofía Castañón.

Spain · 2021 · 60’

What is heteronormativity?

What does it mean for men and women?

What is the cultural canon?

Does culture reflect or build?

Let’s consider these issues by presenting a dialogue among ten different people who have reflected on these topics from different areas of culture. 

Mediterranean, party and carnival. In tribute to Luis García Berlanga

Thursday 18, 6:00 p.m. La Nau.

The parties spans the entire filmography of the Valencian filmmaker Luis García Berlanga. It is present, in a more or less relevant way, in all of his work. A popular party that, in his case, sucks directly from his beloved Fallas, as an unequivocal sign of the jubilant, anarchic and carnival character of his cinema. A cinema limited to the Mediterranean area, within the Spanish context, but which could well spread, like wildfire evocative of the equally pyrotechnic referential context, to the rest of the countries and directors of the Mediterranean arc in which his work is inscribed.

In collaboration with the Luis García Berlanga-CEU Cathedra

Special screening of Congress: A tram is sold
Juan Estelrich · Spain · 1959 · 30 ’
Int: José Luis López Vázquez, Antonio García Quijada, María Luisa Ponte, Antonio Martínez, Goyo Lebrero, Chus Lampreave, José María Tasso, Luis García Berlanga.
In the prison yard, one of the inmates tells how he tried to put a tram on a rich and uneducated farmer.

Round table: Dialogues on Berlanga and Cinema
Moderator: Ester Alba
Speakers: Cecilia Bartolomé, Rosana Pastor and Áurea Ortiz.

Programme 2021

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