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03/03/2018. Martí Cormand - Formalizing their concept: After Levine, After Evans
Solo exhibition 'Formalizing their concept: 'After Levine, After Evans' at Josée ...
25/02/2018. Cambridge University Catalan Society Foundational Dinner
The Cambridge University Catalan Society (CUCat) will celebrate its recent foundation with a dinner ...
23/02/2018. Albert Serra makes his debut in German theatre with his new show Liberté
The film director Albert Serra is premiering his new play Liberté on 22nd February, a product...
13/02/2018. Catalonia, guest of honour at the Guadalajara International Film Festival-(FICG)
Catalonia will be the guest of honour at the forthcoming Guadalajara International Film Festival in ...
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Berlin 
11/12/2017 Cinema

'Timecode', best short at the European Film Awards

Juanjo Giménez’s film Timecode, which won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Festival for the best short, yesterday picked up the same prize at the European Film Awards ceremony held in Berlin. The short shows the peculiar relationship between two security guards in a car park.
Paris 
09/12/2017 Cinema

Preview of Vivir y otras ficciones, by Jo Sol, at the Cinémathèque Française

As part of the ArteKino Festival, the Cinémathèque Française in Paris is screening the feature film 'Vivir y otras ficciones' (Living and Other Fictions) on 9th December. The film, directed by Jo Sol, is being previewed before its release in cinemas. 
London 
23/09/2015 Cinema

Catalan Window at the London Spanish Film Festival

The London Spanish Film Festival celebrates the 7th edition of the Catalan Window from 24 to 30 September, featuring three films from Catalonia, with the support of the Institut Ramon Llull and Catalan Films. This years the festival dedicates a special session to Isabel Coixet, who will join us for an onstage interview to present her film 'Learning to Drive'.
New York 
04/05/2015 Cinema

Claudio Zulian's film 'Born', accepted to participate in competition at the New York City International Film Festival

Based on real events, Born follows the adventures of coppersmith Bonaventura, his sister Marianna and the rich merchant Vicenç, with whom both have pending issues. All of them lived at the beginning of c XVIII in the disappeared neighborhood of El Bornet in Barcelona. Three persons facing up to a time of big social, political and also intimate mutations. 
San Francisco 
06/03/2015 Cinema

The Roxie pays a tribute to Bigas Luna

A weekend-long tribute to the internationally known filmmaker who simultaneously launched the film careers of Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, curated by Bigas Luna’s daughter, Betty Bigas.
Germany and Austria 
31/10/2014 Performing

A weekend of Catalan dance, music and film in Germany and Austria

Moreover, Pere Faura’s dance company is performing this Friday at the MOVE! Festival in Krefeld, with the show “Sin baile no hay paraíso”. This festival previously programmed another dance company founded in Catalonia on 18th and 19th October: Thomas Noone Dance, performing “Watch me”, “As if I”, “Brutal Love Poems” and “Alice”. Later, on 19th November, Sònia Sánchez will present Le ça. El ello there and ...
Toronto 
05/09/2013 Cinema

Ventura Pons at the Toronto International Film Festival

Ignasi M. is Ventura Pons’ 25th film and his third documentary, after Ocaña, retrat intermitent (1977) and El Gran Gato (2002). With Ignasi M. this will be the sixth time, after Carícies, Amic/Amat, Morir (o No), Anita no perd el tren and Barcelona (un mapa) that this prestigious North-American festival has programmed the Catalan director’s most recent film.
Salisbury 
23/05/2013 Performing

Interview with Maria Bota, director of Salisbury International Arts Festival

Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival will be showcasing an exciting range of events from the 24th of May to the 8th of June. Catalunya is its international partner this year and the festival features a programme organised in collaboration with the Institut Ramon Llull. The Festival will feature over 25 events to celebrate the vibrant arts of Catalunya, through Catalan theatre, film, dance, music, workshops, talks and food. To talk about it we have interviewed Maria Bota, direcotr ...
Salisbury 
19/04/2013 Performing

Catalonia is the focus of the prestigious Salisbury International Arts Festival

The British city of Salisbury will host more than 25 Catalan cultural offerings between 24th May and 8th June, which will be included in the Salisbury International Arts Festival with the slogan "the festival celebrates the vibrant arts of Catalonia".
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