The movies you can watch this month are:
Thursday May 5, 19 pm
Pecados de mi padre. N. Entel. Argentina y Colombia, 2009
Pablo Escobar, the infamous boss of Colombia’s Medellin drug cartel, told for the very first time by his son Sebastian Marroquín, who recounts his extraordinary childhood, growing up with a father he loved but whom he knew to be Colombia’s enemy number one.
Biblioteca Guinardó – Mercè Rodoreda
Tuesday May 10, 19 pm
Tintin et moi (Tintín i jo). A. Østergaard. Dinamarca, 2003
Why does the Adventures of Tintin continue to fascinate its readers even when they have become adults? Hergé, the Belgian creator of Tintin, tried himself to answer this question when he gave a unique interview in 1971 that has never before been published in its full length.
Biblioteca Xavier Benguerel
Monday 16 May, 19 pm
La ciudad de los fotógrafos. S. Moreno Chile, 2006.
A young man ask his father: why did you take pictures of the repression? Photography as evidence, as a revolutionary tool, as a means of expression for the oppressed… the man will find the answer now, in the year when Pinochet dead.
Biblioteca Poble-sec – Francesc Boix
Wednesday 18 May, 19 pm
To die in Jerusalem. H. Medalia Israel & USA, 2007
Ever since 17-year-old Rachel Levy, an Israeli, was killed five years ago in Jerusalem by a Palestinian suicide bomber, her mother Avigail has found hardly a moment’s peace. Levy’s killer was Ayat al-Akhras, also 17, a schoolgirl from a Palestinian refugee camp several miles away.
Biblioteca Fort Pienc
Wednesday 25 May, 19 pm
Bridge over the Wadi. Tomer & Barak Heymann Israel, 2006
2004. A group of Arab and Israeli parents embarked on an initiative to set a bilingual primary education school in Kara, a town in the valley of Wadi, in Israel. The school, with 50 Jew children and 50 Arabs, survives in its first year with the struggle and the effort of parents and teachers to coexist.
Biblioteca Jaume Fuster
Tuesday 31 May, 19pm
El último aplauso. G. Kral
The emotional story of a group of old forgotten tango singers from Buenos Aires who for many years performed in the famous tango bar “El Chino.”
Biblioteca Bon Pastor