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Open-air Cinema season


The Forgotten Space, 2010.

 

The film follows container cargo aboard ships, barges, trains and trucks, listening to workers, engineers, planners, politicians and those marginalised by the global transport system. As Sekula says: ‘Our film is about globalisation and the sea, the “forgotten space” of our modernity.’

 

Authors: Allan Sekula and Noël Burch. | Duration: 112 min. | Date: Wednesday 28 June 2017, 21.45 h. | Venue: outside the Centre Cívic Barceloneta, carrer de la Conreria, 1-9, Barcelona. | Free admission. | Activity in collaboration with the
Centre Cívic Barceloneta.

 

Marseille Après la Guerre, 2015, and Tsukiji, 2001 (Double bill).

 

Marseille Après la Guerre portrays the dockworkers of Marseille after the Second World War. It is also a homage to Ousmane Sembène, a Senegalese filmmaker and one of the founding figures of the New African Cinema of the 1960s.

 

Author: Billy Woodberry. | Duration: 10 min.

 

Tsukiji is, in the words of the director, an ‘urban symphony’ dedicated to the largest fishmarket in the world, and one of the last surviving proletarian spaces in Tokyo.

 

Author: Allan Sekula. | Duration: 43 min. Date: Wednesday 5 July 2017, 21.45 h. | Venue: outside the Centre Cívic Barceloneta, carrer de la Conreria, 1-9, Barcelona. | Free admission. | Activity in collaboration with the Centre Cívic Barceloneta.

 

Costa da morte, 2013.

 

The film explores the Galician region through the people who inhabit it, bearing witness to their work and the relationship they have built with their natural environment.

 

Author: Lois Patiño. | Duration: 83 min. | Date: Wednesday 12 July 2017, 21.45 h. | Venue: outside the Centre Cívic Barceloneta, carrer de la Conreria, 1-9, Barcelona. | Free admission. | Activity in collaboration with the Centre Cívic Barceloneta.