Film: Abriendo ventanas

Virtual

12:00 pm (available for 48 hours) Instituto Cervantes Vimeo Channel Here Vicky Calavia’s documentary Abriendo ventanas is a story told in seven voices, in which seven women share their affective, sexual, and gender diversity, as well as the discrimination and violence that they have suffered in their lives. 2021; Spanish with English subtitles; 30 minutes; not rated. Free community event Instituto Cervantes presents an annual cycle of short films dedicated to gender diversity, dealing with different approaches to LGTBIQ+ reality, and presented around the celebration of Pride (more...)

Film: Yo soy una niña

Virtual

12:00 pm (available for 48 hours) Instituto Cervantes Vimeo Channel Here Richard Zubelzu’s Yo soy una niña documents the reality of transsexuality in childhood, while emphasizing the important role of grandparents and their unconditional love for their grandchildren. 2019; Spanish with English subtitles; 20 minutes; not rated. Free community event Instituto Cervantes presents an annual cycle of short films dedicated to gender diversity, dealing with different approaches to LGTBIQ+ reality, and presented around the celebration of Pride Day. This July, Pedro Zerolo of Madrid’s Cinemateca, whose political (more...)

Film: Hidroalcohólico

Virtual

12:00 pm (available for 48 hours) Instituto Cervantes Vimeo Channel Here In Roberto Pérez Toledo’s Hidroalcohólico, two boys on a blind date discuss the problems, occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic, of coming into physical contact with another person. Between comedy and paradox, the short film explores the surreal situations that this new reality has unleashed. 2020; Spanish with English subtitles; 6 minutes; not rated. Free community event Instituto Cervantes presents an annual cycle of short films dedicated to gender diversity, dealing with different approaches to LGTBIQ+ reality, (more...)

Film: Antes de la erupción

Virtual

12:00 pm (available for 48 hours) Instituto Cervantes Vimeo Channel Here While a volcano can erupt without previous warning, it is more likely that it will emit different types of signals in advance, if we know how to recognize them—in people as well as in natural phenomena. Roberto Pérez Toledo’s Antes de la erupción, told in retrospect by one of five young participants in a trip to the volcanic island of Lanzarote, offers guidelines . 2020; Spanish with English subtitles; 10 minutes; not rated. Free community event (more...)

Film: Tarek

Virtual

12:00 pm (available for 48 hours) Instituto Cervantes Vimeo Channel Here In Anatael Pérez’ Tarek, four young people, of different sexual orientations, relate their experiences of a night at a party where they met a young man named Tarek, offering a suggestive and enigmatic portrait of a character who will always remain out of the frame. 2021; Spanish with English subtitles; 9 minutes; not rated. Free Event Instituto Cervantes presents an annual cycle of short films dedicated to gender diversity, dealing with different approaches to LGTBIQ+ reality, (more...)

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