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The Copenhagen Catalan Film Festival disseminates Catalan culture in Denmark through film and music

Cinema.  Copenhaguen,  04/02/2016

From 4th to 14th February the fourth edition of the Copenhagen Catalan Film Festival (CCFF) will be held, whose aim is to promote Catalan culture from the perspectives of cinema, music and gastronomy. On the two weekends it covers, the festival will screen up to seven films and put on three concerts. 




As in past editions, the films will be shown in the Cinemateket, in original version with English subtitles. The programme is as follows:

 

Darrere la porta (Behind the Door, 2015), by David Gimbernat Pérez, Pere Soles

Eva (2010), by Kike Maíllo

Rastres de Sàndal (Traces of Sandalwood, 2014), by Maria Ripio

Tots volem el millor per a ella (We All Want the Best for Her, 2013), by Mar Coll

Salvador (2006), by Manuel Huerga

Herois (Heroes, 2009), by Pau Freixas

10.000 km (2014), by Carlos Marqués-Marcet

 

With the intention of promoting Catalan culture from all possible angles without restricting itself exclusively to film, the festival has also organized musical, artistic and gastronomic activities, such as food and wine tasting sessions. The concerts will be given by Mariona Harper, Carla and Joana Serrat.

The CCFF is organized by the Catalan cultural association in Copenhagen in collaboration with the Danske Filminstitut.

For this edition, the festival has enlarged the musical part, with concerts by Mariona Harper, Carla and Joana Serrat

Sponsors of IRL projects

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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