Pantalla Barcelona reschedules the films of this 2020 autumn edition


From January 19 to March 9, different city's civic centres will reschedule the films of the Pantalla Barcelona 2020.

The Pantalla Barcelona program comes back to the screens of seven Barcelona civic centres to reschedule the program that had to be postponed because of the sanitary restrictions. The program will begin again on January 19 with Ojos negros and The Days to Come, at the Pati Llimona and Can Clariana Cultural civic centres, respectively.

Until March 9, you can enjoy films like Summer 1993 by Carla Simón, My name is Violeta by Marc Parramon and David Fernández de Castro, Free Lunch Society by Christian Tod, May Day by Olivier Magis and Fedrik De Beul, 7 Reasons to Run Away (From Society) by Gerard Quinto, Esteve Soler and David Torras or Binti by Frederike Migom. There will also be two short film sessions: ‘New Ways To’ on January 26 and ‘Hola dictadura’ on February 19. The program will end on March 9 with A Thousand Girls Like Me, by Sahra Mani, at the Josep Maria Tria i Peitx civic centre.

Tickets for the screenings are free and it is essential that you make a reservation to guarantee your place and control the capacity. You can do this from the website of the civic centre in charge of each screening. All the screenings will take place with the according capacity control and the sanitary restrictions.

More information here.

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