New season of film cycle ‘Pantalla Alternativa’

Public screenings in cinema spaces Film Club: Viewing and Programming

18 Mar 2017

A Bao A Qu

Calàbria 66, Barcelona

New season of the auteur cinema sessions 'Pantalla Alternativa' organized by the collective UJAC, a group of young people between 15 and 19 years old who meet weekly to talk about cinema and organized the programming of the screenings. The youngsters select the films; conceive the dissemination strategies; the elements of communication designs; etc. All of them work with the support of A Bao A Qu’s team.

Since 2017, UJAC (‘Unió Jove Alternativa Cinemàtica’), formed by a cinephile group of young people between 15 and 19 years old, organize an auteur cinema cycle named Pantalla Alternativa.

The young programmers meet weekly to talk about cinema and comment the organisation of the sessions: the films to be programmed, the design of the elements of communication, the elaboration of the information sheets, the dissemination strategies, the presentation preparation, the dialogue with filmmakers and experts…

The first programming of the 2016-2017 season is a double session with Antoine et Colette by François Truffaut (1962), film that recovers for the first time the character of Antoine Doinel after The 400 blows (1959); and the last film by Jonás Trueba, La reconquista (2016).

After the screening, an interesting and rich dialogue with the filmmaker Jonás Trueba is opened, where there are some discussions about the light and colour of the film, the actor’s work, the sequence of the first kiss, the music, the value of the wardrobe…

The sessions, specially addressed to the young public, are free and opened to everybody. The first is on Saturday 18th March at the Auditorium of Calàbria 66, a city centre managed by the neighbour community of the Sant Antoni district.

Films

Antoine et Colette, by François Truffaut (France, 1962) / March 18th, 2017

La reconquista, by Jonás Trueba (Spain, 2016) / March 18th, 2017

The next skin, by Isaki Lacuesta and Isa Campo (Spain, Switzerland, 2016) / May 20th, 2017