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Barcelona, Antes de Que el Tiempo Lo Borre: Barcelona, Abans Que el Temps Ho Esborri

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Documental que mostra la vida privada d'una família de l'alta societat de Barcelona, els Baladia, a través dels records heretats per un dels seus descendents, Javier Baladia, que ens trasllada als anys daurats d'una elit cosmopolita i culta. Vol ser un retrat irònic i personal del S. XX. Es dóna a conèixer la Barcelona que va atreure Nijinsky, Barbara Hutton, Richard Strauss, Gardel, etc. i es revisita la ciutat on arquitectes com Gaudí o Puig i Cadafalch competien dissenyant edificis que van aconseguir enlluernar el món sencer.; Documentary about an upper class Barcelona family in the 20th century.
DVD
2011
Clemons (Stacks)
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Ispansi: Españoles

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Story of the children sent to Russia for their safety by the anti-Franco Republicans during the Civil War.
DVD
2011
Clemons (Stacks)
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Pa Negre

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In the harsh years of post-war rural Catalonia, young Andreu comes across the bodies of a man and his son in the woods. When the authorities pin the blame on his father, the boy decides to set out to discover who really killed them. To survive, Andreu betrays his own roots, eventually finding the monster living deep inside himself.
DVD
2011; 2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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Amigo, Amado: Amic, Amat = Beloved, Friend

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The film moves between the lives of five characters who argue, struggle and hurt each other. At the same time they discover that there's a fine line between wishes and making them possible with another person. The film explores the complications of delicate friendships with an aging and terminally sick homosexual as the centre point of conflicting aims, hopes, desires.
DVD
2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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Summer 1993

In the summer 1993, following the death of her parents, young Frida moves from Barcelona to the Catalan province to live with her aunt and uncle. The country life is a challenge for Frida – time passes differently in her new home and the nature that surrounds her is mysterious and estranging. She now has a little sister for whom she has to take care of and has to deal with new feelings, such as jealousy. Often, Frida is naively convinced that running away would be the best solution to her problems. Yet, the family does what it can to achieve a fragile new balance and bring normality back to her life. Winner of Best First Feature at the **Berlin International Film Festival**. WInner of three **Goya Awards** including Best New Director. “*A delicately crafted, moving filmic memoir. Tru [...]
Online
2018; 2017
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Forasters

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Two generations of a dysfunctional family deal with terminal illness and with foreign neighbors.
DVD
2009; 2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Pere Gimferrer [electronic resource]

Baroque in style and metaphysical in tone, Arde el Mar established Pere Gimferrer as one of the leading voices of his generation. This program presents an interview with the award-winning poet, who has written collections in both Catalan and Spanish. Along with discussing his aesthetic approach, Gimferrer talks about some of his most recent works, including Mascarada and El Agente Provocador.
Online
2006; 2004
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Rosa Regas [electronic resource]

Born in Barcelona, Rosa Regas has founded two publishing houses and two magazines, as well as written several award-winning novels. In this extended interview, the novelist and journalist discusses several of her books, including Azul, Luna Lunera, and Le Cancion de Dorotea.
Online
2006; 2004
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Bicicleta, Cullera, Poma

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Follow Pasqual Maragall, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2007. This film shows Maragall with his family and physicians in an open and positive way that conveys a sense of humor and a deep optimism as they navigate the many situations and problems that arise surrounding the disease.
DVD
2011; 2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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Caracremada

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"Caracremada" ("Burnface" in Catalan), a nickname given by the Spanish Civil Guard to Ramon Vila Capdevila, reflects about the libertarian resistance against Franco's regime through the last active guerrilla fighter. In 1951 the CNT ordered the retreat of its militants; however Ramon Vila remained in the woods of inland Catalonia where he restarted the fight operating on his own" --IMDb.
Online
2010
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Cirlot, la Mirada de Bronwyn

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One summer day of 1996, Juan Eduardo Cirlot saw in a movie the Bronwyn maiden coming out of a freshwater marsh. That image would change for ever the life and work of this poet, composer, art critic and swords collector. Through the testimony of those who knew him personally, this documentary depicts one of the most influent and unfairly forgotten Catalan artists of the 20th century. --
Online
2005
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J'ai Vu Tuer Ben Barka

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A French drama which deals with the abduction of Moroccan dissident Mehdi Ben Barka off the streets of Paris in October 1965. Ex-con Georges Figon hires Ben Barka as historical adviser for a film he has been approached to produce on decolonisation, little knowing the whole thing is a scam.
Online
2005
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Joan Miró: L'home Que va Capgirar la Pintura

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Based on the writings of artist, Joan Miró, and returning to some of the places where he lived and worked, this cinematographic journey appraises Miró's crucial contribution to modern art, in particular during the 1920's. The audacity to which he subject his paintings was a kick in the ass to the artistic conventions of the time, which, to use his own words, he wanted to "murder." Celebrated but not always understood, Miró's work inverted the relationship between form and background, and, using a language of symbols, he invented a new relationship within pictorial space. --
Online
2004
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Retorn a la Terra Lliure

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1979. In the middle of the Spanish transition to democracy, the armed organisation Terra Lliure (Free Land) started their activities. Until their final dissolution in 1995, Terra Lliure carried out 200 bombings. Five people died, four of which where members of the organisation who died while preparing a bombing. They are remembered as the losers of the Spanish transition. --
Online
2008
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El Viatge Vertical

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Federico Mayol's iniciatic and geographic journey undertaken when his wife, suddenly and immediately after their golden wedding anniversary, asked him to leave their home of many years. --
Online
2008
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Les Veus del Pamano

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In 1943, a young school teacher moves to a small village in the Pyrenees with his pregnant wife to escape the post-war politics of the day. However, soon, he is caught up in the politics and power dealings of the area, forced to exist between being a traitor or a hero. A half a century later, his life and struggles are discovered by another teacher who finds that revealing the real history of what happened could be fatal.
Online
2009
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Belm(o)nte

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Belmonte is a documentary recorded from the homonymous dance show created by Cesc Gelabert and Lydia Azzopardi. The show builds an allegory about the world of bullfighting from the mythical figure of Juan Belmonte (1892-1962), but without being a biography of the bullfighter or a figurative description of the runs, but an explosion of music, dance and emotion. --
Online
1991
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Cràpules

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Gregorio, a mediocre writer with an existential and creative crisis, gets involved in a plot with crazy characters that will tangle it all up to the limit. --
Online
1992
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Joves

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Three interweaving stories about young people in Barcelona, Spain, looking for a direction and fleeing towards the future in the pursuit of an illusory happiness. Jordi tries to make it big, whatever it costs, as a stockbroker; Cristina combines booze, drugs, and sex in the celebration of her birthday; and wayward Pau, in search of a thrill, finds out his ex-girlfriend is dating a young Moroccan man and turns to xenophobia and violence.
Online
2004
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Negro Buenos Aires

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Jordi Puigmartí is an executive man in a crisis, a Catalan businessman in quiet times who has to travel to Buenos Aires for a multimillion dollar contract with the Argentine government, in the period of the corralito. To do this, Puigmartí has to go through the upper echelons of a power without any moral or scruples. He meets a guy (Daniel Faraldo), who opens him the right doors, and his lover (Natasha Yarovenko), with whom he falls in love. --
Online
2008