On October 14, “20,000 species of bees” (2023) by Estibaliz Urresola Solaguren will be screened.
Synopsis: Eight-year-old Cocó does not fit into the expectations of others and does not understand why. Everyone around him insists on calling him Aitor but he does not recognize himself with that name or in the eyes of others. His mother Ane, mired in a professional and sentimental crisis, will take advantage of the holidays to travel with her three children to her mother's house, where her mother Lita and her aunt Lourdes reside, closely linked to bee breeding and honey production. This life-changing summer will force these women from three very different generations to confront their doubts and fears.
Spectators who wish to attend can register their attendance (first to come, first to get, until sold out) through the following link.
On October 26 it will be the turn of “Alcarràs” (2022), by Carla Simón.
Synopsis: The Solé family has been cultivating a large area of peach trees for several generations in Alcarràs, a small rural town in Catalonia. But this summer may be their last harvest: the fruit is no longer profitable and solar panels are replacing the trees.
Spectators who wish to attend can register their attendance (first to come, first to get, until sold out) through the following link
Both broadcasts will take place in “The Golden Mile Projector”, in the blue room and the red room respectively.