Students from various institutes in the city participate

Between April 17 and May 20, boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18 have shot their films within the framework of ‘Cinema in Course’, a pedagogical program of the A Bao A Qu Association, which this year celebrates its 16th edition.

The locations are impressive and the set of films is also a portrait of our city: the Mirador de Horta, the Mercadal square, the Fabra and Coats, the streets of Poblenou, and the Trinita Nova squares, the beaches, the Collserola mountains, the small crafts of the Camp del Arpa in El Clot ...

In Barcelona, ​​the 2020-2021 academic year were part of the project: Els Xiprers School, La Ginesta Special Education Center, Doctor Puigvert Institute, Maria Espinalt Institute, Moisès Broggi Institute, Montjuïc Institute, Trinitat Nova Institute and School, Vapor del Fil Institute, and a group of young, recently arrived minors.


These are the titles of the films, the institutes, the courses of the students and the locations that have participated, whose photographs illustrate this article:

  • ABSÈNCIES, Moisés Broggi Institute (Barcelona) - 1st year high school students - Horta Mirador and Born district
  • ELS ARBRES I EL VENT, CEE La Ginesta (Barcelona). - students between 14 and 16 years old – Collserola mountain range, Sant Cebrià and Santa Justina chapel
  • ELS DIES QUE NO OBLIDAREM, Eduvic, Isom and Sudara Youth Group (Argentona, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Manresa, Reus, Rubí, Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Tordera) - between 15 and 18 years old - Barceloneta beach
  • FILANT RECORDS, Vapor del Fil Institute (Barcelona) - 1st year ESO students - Fabra y Coats
  • PÀGINES EN SILENCI, Maria Espinalt Institute (Barcelona) - 3rd year ESO students - Poblenou neighborhood
  • L’ARRIBADA, Trinidad Nova School Institute (Barcelona) - 1st year ESO students - Trinidad Nova neighborhood
  • RETRATS DEL MERCADAL, Doctor Puigvert Institute (Barcelona) - 4th year ESO students - Mercadal Square in San Andreu


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