“Barcelona-Manila: New Paths for Intercultural Cinema”

13 Jun

Audiovisuales Sin Fronteras is a project led by the Escuela Superior de Cine Audiovisuales de Catalunya, el Instituto Fomento Contenidos Creación, Escándalo Films and Fabbrica Europe Foundation. It has been created with the aim to understand the social commitment from dialogue and new spaces of intercultural communication through audiovisual creative training.

Screenings:

Panaginip (2012), 25’, VOSE/VOSI
Fiction short film made by Mateo Ramírez Louit in Spain with Filipino and Spanish technical and artistic team.

Bote, plastik at diario (2008), 11’, VOSE
Documentary short film directed by Andrés Morte Terès and made by students of ASF in Manila.

Debate facilitated by:
Andrés Morte Terès, President and Director of Programmes of ASF. He has also been co-founder of Fura dels Baus, Director of Mercat de les Flors and creator of Barcelona Plató.

Mateo Ramírez Louit, Film and Audiovisuals Graduate by the Escuela Superior de Cine y Audiovisuales de Cataluña (ESCAC). The short film he presents has been selected in several international festivals, the most recent one was Cannes.

Kay Abaño, Film and Audiovisuals Graduate by the school TAI of Madrid. She will present her new audiovisual work called Voces produced by Audiovisuales Sin Fronteras.

Vanessa Castro Marasigan, Spanish actress of Filipino descent, she has studied drama at the Nancy Tuñón School of Barcelona. She is the main character of the short film Panaginip. She has acted in several soap operas: La RieraGavilanes.

Presented by:
Gaëlle Patin Laloy, in charge of the Asian Communities Programme of Casa Asia

Date
Thursday, 14th of June 2012, at 7 p.m.
Venue
Casa Asia Headquarters
Tagore Auditorium
Av. Diagonal, 373
Barcelona
Ticket
Free admission with limited capacity.
Organiser
Casa Asia and Audiovisuales Sin Fronteras.

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