Groups of Young Programmers from different countries make an exchange of proposal of films to be included inside their respective cycles. Each group watch the proposed films in order to discuss which one to choose, while are maintaining an active communication during the entire selection process.
The first exchange during 2015-2016 has been made between UJAC – Unió Jove Alternativa Cinemàtica (Spain) and Young Programmers from Edinburgh (Scotland).
UJAC selected Good Bye, Lenin! by Wolfgang Becker, from the list provided by Young Programmers from Edinburgh, while they selected Let the Right One In, by Tomas Alfredson. The screenings took place the 26th of February and the 25th of April respectively.
UJAC – Unió Jove Alternativa Cinemàtica proposal to Young Programmers from Edinburgh:
Låt den rätte komma in by Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, Sweden, 2008)/ Selected film. Screening: 25th April 2016
Les 400 coups by François Truffaut (The 400 Blows, France, 1959)
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner by Tony Richardson (United Kingdom, 1962)
Control by Anton Corbijn (United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Japan, 2007)
Sobre la marxa by Jordi Morató (Sobre la marxa: the Creator of the Jungle, Spain, 2013)
Young Programmers from Edinburgh proposal to UJAC – Unió Jove Alternativa Cinemàtica:
Good Bye Lenin! by Wolfgang Becker (Germany, 2003) / Selected film. Screening: 26th February 2016
Vozvrashchenie by Andrey Zvyagintsev (The Return, Russia, 2003)
Ida by Pawel Pawlikowski (Poland, Denmark, France, UK, 2013)