- Kurdish film, with a great symbolic mening in which three siblings who live in Germany must travel to their country of origin to bury their mother.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | FRIDAY OCTOBER 6th | 7.00 PM
- Poetic film that deals with the scattered childhood memories of Inés -uncertain and disorderly feelings- who must face the abandonment of her parents.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | FRIDAY OCTOBER 12th | 9.30 PM
- In present-day Croatia, we meet Marijana who has a precarious job and she is completely annulled by her family as a person and as a woman. However, suddenly she will assume the main role in her family.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | SATURDAY OCTOBER 7th | 7.00 PM
HAPPY END, by Michael Haneke, France 2015. 107′
- Michael Haneke, winner of two Palm d’Or at Cannes and an Oscar, tells a story about a bourgeois family who runs a large company in Calais and lives ignoring the problem of refugees in that city.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | SATURDAY OCTOBER 7th | 9.30 PM
CAINI, by Bogdan Mirica, Romania-France 2016. 95′
- Romanian film that takes place in a desert land in the middle of nowhere. A story of hidden mafias with resonances of classic Western films and with lot of held back violence. Screened at Cannes, Rotterdam, Sarajevo and other significant European film festivals.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | SUNDAY OCTOBER 8th | 9.30 PM
- A passionate drama with reminiscences of the classics of American and French independent cinema. Starred by Lucie Lucas and Anton Yelchin, which was his last film as a leading character before his premature death at age 27.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | MONDAY OCTOBER 9th | 9.30 PM
- World premiere of this Algerian documentary that deals with the different focus of the country’s uprisings that emerged after the Arab Spring and how they have been systematically repressed by the government.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | TUESDAY OCTOBER 10th | 9.30 PM
- Filmmaker Agnès Varda, 89, who began to make films with the Nouvelle Vague, and photographer JR, travel through France to portray the faces of the road and tell their intimate and personal experiences.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11th | 9.30 PM
- A raw glance at the forgotten families of Gaza that have to confront death daily. For 51 days, their lives collapse and they are forced to leave their homes. A documentary shot in first person when the director was only 23 years old.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | THURSDAY OCTOBER 6th | 9.30 PM
- Subtle film around the fears and insecurities of a woman in a world where it seems that she does not fit at all. Kaplan’s debut won best feature film at LifeArt Festival, Athens, Greece and received the Danny Lerner Award.
ARAGÓ CINEMA | FRIDAY OCTOBER 13th | 9.30 PM