CineCafé Club September

| September 4, 2018 | Comments (0)

The  Instituto Cervantes Dublin has announced their CineCafé Club September programming. Organized by Instituto Cervantes Dublin in partnership with Pearse Street public library, this activity offers a diverse range of Spanish films with English Subtitles with free admission.

 

Monseñor: The Last Journey of Óscar Romero (Monseñor: El último viaje de Óscar Romero)

Where: Instituto Cervantes (Dublin) – Auditórium. Lincoln House, Lincoln Place
Dublin 2

When: 11th September.

Times: From 6pm to at 7:35pm.

Price: Free admission and no booking is required.

Details: Screening organized by the Embassy of El Salvadorin London. Film in Spanish with English subtitles.

Appointed Archbishop in early 1977, Monseñor Óscar Romero worked tirelessly and in constant personal peril until the day he was assassinated in March 1980. Romero broke off ties with the military and aligned himself with the poor, delivering messages of hope in weekly sermons which became national events in his country of birth, El Salvador.

With rare recordings and film footage from Romero’s own collection and a wide range of interviews from those whose lives were changed by Archbishop Romero, including church activists, human rights lawyers, former guerrilla fighters and politicians, this documentary is a timely portrait of one individual’s quest to speak the truth.

 

 

 

 

 

Even the Rain (También la lluvia)

Where: Pearse Street Library. 138-144 Pearse Street. 2 Dublin

When: 19th September.

Times: From 5:30pm to at 7:15pm.

Price: Free admission and no booking is required.

Details: Screening in Spanish with English subtitles.

Sebastián (Gael García Bernal) and Costa (Luis Tosar) have set out to make a film about Christopher Columbus and the discovery of America. While Sebastián, the director, tries to demystify the character by presenting him as an ambitious and unscrupulous man; Costa, the producer, only cares about adjusting the film to the modest budget available; that’s precisely why he will choose Bolivia. The film is shot in Cochabamba, where the privatization and sale of water to a multinational plant among the population will blow up the Bolivian War of Water of 2000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obaba

 

Where: Instituto Cervantes (Dublín) – Auditórium. Lincoln House, Lincoln Place
Dublin 2

When: 27th September.

Times: From 6pm to at 8pm.

Price: Free admission and no booking is required.

Details: Screening in Spanish with English subtitles. There will be a post-screening discussion.

Lourdes embarks on a trip to the Obaba territories. With a small video camera, she aims to capture the reality of Obaba. She soon discovers that those who live there, such as Merche, Ismael or Tomás, are anchored in a past from which they cannot – or do not want to – escape. Through them, Lourdes tries to reconstruct the puzzle that gives meaning to their lives and allows her to capture reality through her camera.

 

 

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