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The First Catalan Film Festival in Denmark

Cinema.  Copenhaguen,  04/04/2013

From 4th to 7th April 2013, the first Copenhagen Catalan Film Festival will take place, with the support of various Danish and Catalan institutions, the participation of prestigious figures and numerous activities planned.

The Copenhagen Catalan Film Festival aims to win over the public and become an annual event in the city. It currently has the support of the Danish Film Institute, the Institut Ramon Llull and the Spanish Ambassador in Copenhagen, as well as the collaboration of companies and cultural facilities.

The public will be able to enjoy four films that have been carefully selected and will be screened in the original version with English subtitles. Besides the screenings, there are other cultural activities programmed, such as live music, debates and gastronomic events. The festival features the film director Ramon Térmens, the lecturer at Copenhagen Business School Susanna Borràs, and the pop-folk group La iaia.

4th April 
7 p.m. Catalunya Über Alles by Ramon Térmens 
9 p.m. Presentation of the film by the director, Ramon Térmens, and a talk on the Catalan situation from a political and social perspective by Susana Borràs, lecturer and head of the Department of Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School.

5th April
7.15 p.m. Catalunya-Espanya by Isona Passola 

6th April
7 p.m. Animals by Marçal Forés 
9 p.m. Concert by La iaia

7th April
5 p.m. Tapas by José Corbacho and Juan Cruz 
7 p.m. Tasting session 

More information can be found at: 

Four Catalan films will be screened

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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