The seventh edition of the Barcelona Screen begins


From October 19, 2021 to February 23, 2022, it will offer 66 screenings

The Barcelona Institute of Culture, through the Barcelona Film Commission, wants to bring cinema closer to citizens by programming films in the autumn in different civic centers of the city within the Pantalla Barcelona circuit.

His seventh edition takes place from October 19, 2021, to February 23, 2022, on the screens of the civic centers of Can Basté, Pati Limona, Can Clariana Cultural, Casa Groga, Ateneu Fort Pienc, Zona Nord, Vil·la Florida, La Sedeta, Cocheras de Sants, La Sagrera "La Barraca", Josep Maria Trias i Peitx and Auditori San Martí. In this autumn edition, we renovate the collaboration with the Acadèmia del Cinema with the Gaudí cycle.

In total, this edition will offer 66 screenings of 12 films of various themes. You can see Adú by Salvador Calvo, A Thief's Daughter by Belén Funes, Schoolgirls of Pilar Palomero, My Mexican Bretzel by Núria Giménez Lorang, Illegal Woman by Ramon Térmens, A Fantastic Woman by Sebastián Lelio, The Fourth Kingdom by Adán Aliaga and Àlex Lora, When you listen by Sergi Cameron, The Perseids by Alberto Dexeus and Ànnia Gabarró, The Writer From a Country Without Bookstores by Marc Serena, Outside by Pep Garrido and Xesc Cabot and The Platform by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia.

All the spaces of the projections will comply with the prevention, safety, and capacity limitation measures that the health authorities determine at all times due to Covid-19. It is essential to reserve tickets to attend the screenings, which, as usual, continue to be free. You can book tickets directly in the web spaces of the same civic centers of the projection. The use of masks or the staggered entry and exit of spectators will also be mandatory, following the orders of the accommodation staff.

Here you will find all the programming.


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