12 pm (available for 48 hours
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María Silvia Esteve’s Silvia attempts to make sense of a personal history steeped in violence and denial, experimenting with blurred images of the Argentine filmmaker’s parents and the inconsistent memories of her sisters. It is a portrait of the bond between a mother and her daughters, and a revelation of unspoken words that find new meanings beyond pain.
2018; Spanish with English subtitles; 103 minutes; not rated.
Free community event
In March, Instituto Cervantes initiates a collaboration with the Valladolid International Film Week (SEMINCI), Spain’s oldest film festival, screening four documentaries that have competed in recent years in the festival’s “Tiempo de historia” category. The films selected demonstrate the ability of this genre’s audiovisual narrative to address current issues and societal concerns.
Bajo el silencio: Film Schedule
* March 4: Bajo el silencio (Iñaki Arteta, 2020)
* March 11: Silvia (María Silvia Esteve, 2018)
* March 18: Hija de la laguna (Ernesto Cabellos, 2015)
* March 25: Equipo D: los códigos olvidados (Jorge Laplace, 2019)
All titles will be available on the Instituto Cervantes Vimeo channel for 48 hours, starting at 12 pm on the day on which they are scheduled for viewing.