TUESDAY 14 JUNE · 11:30 PM · LA CATALÍTICA
Available online from June 10 to 18
Zinentiendo is an international exhibition of LGTBQI (lesbian, gay, transsexual, bisexual, queer and intersexual) cinema. Organized by the Towanda Collective, dedicated for years to the defense of sexual affective diversity, the main objective of the exhibition is to make this reality visible through the universal language of cinema.
Cinema is a perfect communication channel to show different forms of resistance and fight against LGTB-phobia, patriarchy, machismo and heterocentrism; and helps defend movements such as transfeminism and the diversity of affects, desires and sexualities.
“NEUZEIT” by Stefan Langthaler. Germany. INT. 24 ́. OL
“MALDITA. A LOVE SONG TO SARAJEVO” by Raul de la Fuente and Amaia Remirez. Spain. DOC. 27 ́. OL
BOOM AND BLOOM
Austria. 2022. 24’. Ficción
Dirección: Stefan Langthaler. Guion: Stefan Langthaler. Producción: Stefan Langthaler. Edición: Martin Winter. Fotografía: Georg Weiss. Sonido: Markus Ortner. Reparto: Simon Schwarz, Nils Hohenhövel, Steffi Krautz
In the Austrian Alps, father and son set out on a hike to finally climb to the top of their emotional world.
Vienna, 1987. Between 2008 and 2013 he studied screenwriting and film direction at the Vienna Filmcollege. His graduation feature film, Alone, premiered at the New Hampshire Film Festival. His debut as a feature film director would come in 2008 with the documentary Sargis-Such is life. He recently received the prestigious Thomas Pluch Screenplay Award for his work on Fabiu. It has been selected and awarded by prestigious international festivals and he received a Special Mention from the jury at the Festival du Court-Métrage de Clermont-Ferrand. To date, Fabiu has participated in more than 90 festivals and has received 33 awards.
Maldita. A Love Song to Sarajevo
Maldita. A Love Song to Sarajevo
España. 2022. 27’. Documental
Dirección: Amaia Remírez, Raúl de la Fuente Calle. Guion: Amaia Remírez. Producción: Iván Zahínos, Amaia Remírez. Edición: Raúl de la Fuente Calle. Fotografía: Raúl de la Fuente Calle. Música original: Clara Peya. Sonido: Inma Carrasco
God is love. Homeland is the Earth. His genre? Human. In Maldita, a love song to Sarajevo, Bozo Vreco, the most revolutionary artist of the Balcans sings to life, to overcoming obstacles, and to the love story of two cities, Sarajevo and Barcelona. They knew how to find each other in difficult times, to never say goodbye.
Amaia Remírez, Raúl de la Fuente Calle
Directors, screenwriters, and producers, Amaia and Raul have been working together for more than 20 years. They have received more than 150 awards at national and international festivals with projects such as Minerita (Oscar Shortlisted, Goya 2014) and El Infierno (Goya 2020 nominee, Hollywood SIMA Award for Best Photography and Documentary). With Another Day of Life they premiered at Cannes Official Selection and received the European Film Award, a Goya and Platinum for Best Animation and the Audience Award at the SSIFF. They have traveled through Angola, Sierra Leone, Bolivia, Peru, Canada, Sarajevo, Mexico. Looking for stories with social themes -gender violence, child soldiers, imprisoned minors -.