Frame of 'Fuera de escena', a film by Alejandra Aguirre that will be shown on 2 February 2021

On Tuesdays, the cinema plays with other artistic disciplines at the Filmoteca

Fifth season of the cycle 'For the love of the Arts', with sessions always presented by experts in the field.

Painting, theatre, dance, architecture, music, design, literature and opera will enter all Tuesdays - and a couple of Wednesdays - between the 6th of October 2020 and the 15th of June 2021 at the Filmoteca de Catalunya, in what will be the fifth season of the Per amor a les Arts series. Co-organised with the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, this event will link Setè Art to other artistic disciplines and will involve the collaboration of many institutions: The Auditori, the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes, the Palau de la Música, the Mercat de les Flors, the Teatre Lliure, the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, the Fundació Joan Miró, the Biblioteques Públiques de Catalunya, the Museu del Disseny de Barcelona and the Foment de les Arts i del Disseny. And, apart from each project, there will be a presentation by an expert in the corresponding discipline.

There will be thirty long sessions, in addition to an audiovisual concert by Alba G. Corral titled Perspectives on 23 February. The programme includes performances for all tastes and from many different decades. For example, on October 13th the well-known film Il Decameron (1970), by Pier Paolo Pasolini, will be shown, while a week later Io, Don Giovanni, a 2009 film by Carlos Saura, will be shown, focusing on the creative process of Mozart's famous opera. On November 3rd, Aleksandr Dovzhenko Zemlya's 1930 film will be screened, with a session that proposes a dialogue between the Soviet film and Oriol Vilapuig Son's exhibition. Employers and Figures in the Valls d'Àneu. Spectators will also find recent, powerful titles such as Bertrand Mandico's The Wild Boys (2017), Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2018), by Merielle Heller, or The Public (2018), by Emilio Estévez.

Consult here all the details of the programme.

Publication date: Monday, 05 October 2020
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