Program Festival ·
Wednesday 08 November, 2023
Julià Guillamón and Morrosko Vila-San Juan
A middle-aged Joan Perucho-actor lives so much like a ghost with his presence set in the 40s and 50s, spaces ...
Films Festival ·
A media voz
Childhood friends Patricia and Heidi grew up in Cuba, where they both went to the film academy. As children of the 1970s, they were brought up with the communist ideals of Che Guevara, but the promised bright future failed to materialize.
Alésh is the intimate portrait of Aleix Canton, a young transgender man diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Alesh has become a public figure through his Tik Tok profile, where he breaks taboos and shares his experience of living with an autism spectrum disorder and gender transition. Without filters and in a natural way, the …
If we save the seals, who will save the Eskimos? Inuit people’s voice is facing the big environmental groups to defend the base of their economy and their lifestyle, the hunt of seals. A debate between the struggle for the environment and the survival of Inuit culture and tradition.
Anything for fame
Ava slips into an airplane bathroom, adjusts her phone settings—and licks the toilet seat. Her TikTok account explodes. Within hours she’s getting interview requests from international media. As the Internet upends traditional notions of celebrity, Anything for Fame journeys into the virtual Wild West to profile an ambitious and reckless breed of content creator. Hungry …
Apple: The Trillion Dollar Betrayal
Apple is the most valuable company in the world and has a role in our lives like no other. From smartphones to smart watches, earbuds to computers, the technology it has popularized has revolutionized the modern age and reshaped our relationships with each other and our environment. But a company that started out as the …
Baix a Mar
The passage of time was captured in some films kept for decades in the attics of the district of Baix a Mar, Torredembarra. A tenderly recall through the memory recorded by the Tizón family of Barcelona and safeguarded by the sisters Figuerola of Torredembarra.
Casa Navàs. Reconstruint la Memòria
After a bomb from the Spanish Civil War destroyed the head of the Casa Navàs in Reus, the former owner family has been keeping in farmhouses, for more than eight decades, some of the stones that originally crowned this modernist jewel designed by the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner at the beginning of the 20th century.
Cesária Évora had a fascinating life in which her passion for music is deeply connected with colonial Cape Verde and her commitment to the freedom of her people. In this documentary we discover the strength of a woman who became a legend by triumphing on the international music scene at the age of fifty and …
Ciudadano Fernando Gallego: Baila o Muere
Fernando Gallego is a DJ, but not a common DJ: He is Nando Dixkontrol.
To most people he is an anonymous character, but, there was a time where he was the epicenter of a resounding earthquake, a nocturn idol.
In the year of the cultural capital, Memorimage wants to highlight the value of the audiovisual heritage by selecting 3 audiovisual pieces for the Closing Ceremony. During this ceremony, we will also be able to meet the winners of Memorimage 2017’s Awards.
Tomàs Pladevall is an admired cinematographer, a master of light who seeks to put together his personal archive in order to transfer it to the Filmoteca of Catalonia, where he trusts it will be preserved. But the first of his films, Robin Hood Never Dies, is lost. Closing the last box is difficult. With meticulousness …
In 2016, two filmmakers visit the Spanish Film Library to look for a censored documentary from the early 1980s. There they find 260 rolls of negatives, which had been left out of the final version. The forgotten images of a banned film come to life on the screen, 40 years later, to talk about censorship.
Disturbing the peace
Former enemy combatants – Israeli soldiers from elite units and Palestinian fighters, many of whom served years in prison – who have joined together to challenge the status quo and say “enough.” The film reveals their transformational journeys from soldiers committed to armed battle to nonviolent peace activists, leading to the creation of combatants for peace.
How deep can you go on a single breath? We immerse ourselves in the extraordinary story of diver Jacques Mayol, the first to reach 100 metres below the sea without artificial breathing, and who revolutionized freediving by introducing yoga and Zen techniques.
Germany received one million people during the year 2015 following a large open-doors tradition with the refugees. In Dresden, citizens implicated in receiving displaced have to face groups of extreme right that refuse immigrants.