The audiovisual programs are intended to counteract the predo
Sunday, 17 March 2019 - 6pm
Prelinger Archives: Behind the American Dream
Created in 1982, the Prelinger Archives form the largest collection of international ephemeral cinema, with over 60,000 advertising, propaganda, educational, and amateur films, as well as home movies and American landscape films shot across the length and breadth of the 20th century.
27 and 28 November 2018 - 10am and 7pm (check programme)
Six Contradictions and the End of the Present. Paul Mason
Postcapitalism. A Guide to the Present Future
Theories on the crisis of capitalism have swamped social, political and economic analyses in recent years, with all interpretations, although hugely relevant, generally lacking a proposal for the future. Paul Mason, however, has formulated a theory about the transition to an alternative and impending system — a guide to postcapitalism.
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 - 7pm
An Approach to Afal
Ramón Masats and Carlos Pérez Siquier in conversation with Laura Terré
This encounter, held in relation to the exhibition An Approach to Afal. The Autric-Tamayo Donation, recollects the central space occupied by the Afal collective in post-war Spanish photography. A conversation between two of its leading figures, photographers Ramón Masats and Carlos Pérez Siquier, and the show’s curator, Laura Terré, will be followed by the screening of Alberto Gómez Uriol’s documentary Afal, una mirada libre (Afal, a Free Gaze), which assembles declarations from the majority of its members.
Saturday, 28 April 2018 - 7pm
Franco Berardi Bifo and Andrea Gropplero di Troppenburg
The coda to the activities conducted by Franco Berardi Bifo in the programme Six Contradictions and the End of the Present will feature a screening of the film Comunismo futuro (Future Communism), scripted and narrated by the Italian writer and directed by Andrea Gropplero di Troppenburg. Moreover, both will present the film and subsequently discuss it with the audience.
7, 8 and 14 May, 2014 - 7:00 p.m.
Interval 4. Yervant Gianikian y Angela Ricci-Lucchi
As part of the Intervalos programme, Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi’s latest work is screened, with both film-makers also participating at an encounter. Joining film practices based on found footage, documentary and experimental cinema, Pays Barbare is a complex tale about historical memory, fascism and colonialism.