Filipinos at the Centro de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona

28 May

You can see the fruits of their hard work at CCCB this Tuesday, 31 May, 8:30 p.m.

A team of Filipinos will soon be presenting their film, a creative documentary about a young man and a young woman and their journey from the Philippines to Spain, at the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona (CCCB). The team is composed of first and second generation Filipino migrants Rodel Juacalla, Ian Albert Pring Reyes, and Louie Simbe, under the direction of Kay S. Abaño.

This film is part of the innovative documentary film project called Aula Factoría Barcelona, an initiative of Audiovisuales Sin Fronteras in cooperation with the CCCB. The project aims to promote a new way of understanding documentary films and other film territories through an alternative approach to the creative and production processes. Its organizers believe that the documentary film form and other creative audiovisual forms are magnificent communication tools for showing the talents and the social commitment of various collectives based in Barcelona. The other 2 collectives participating in the project are teams from Pakistan and the Dominican Republic, both under the direction of Spanish directors Héctor Muniente and Jeffrey Frígula.

Audiovisuales Sin Fronteras

All 3 films of the Aula Factoría Barcelona will be screened in the CCCB Hall on the 31st of May 2011, at 8:30 p.m.. The directors and their teams will be there to present their works. You are all invited!

For more information about this project, you may click the following: Nota de prensa de CONFLUENCIAS y ASF

Or visit: Aula Factoría

or you can just drop by CCCB

Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, or CCCB (Catalan for Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture), situated in El Raval, in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, is a museum adjacent to the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA). The centre, one of the most visited museums in Barcelona, hosts temporary exhibitions, a cinema, concerts and other cultural events. Its thought-provoking temporary exhibitions frequently refer to social topics (immigration, international borders, apartheid…) and art related to or coming from them.

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