IberoDocs

La Alameda 2018 (+Q&A)

Sat 9 April 2022

Tickets no longer available

English subtitling

Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

A cartoon image of a nun, with a chain around her waist and carrying a cross.

IberoDocs2022 / La Alameda 2018

A film that portraits economic violence, class struggle and margination through the history of an emblematic quarter in Seville. Alameda de Hércules —the underground district where Flamenco was born— was marked by prostitution and drugs and later on real estate speculation.

Rocío Huertas explores these subjects through unique locals. With natural empathy, she also adds her memories in animated collages. Always with the marginalized, she rebuilds the experiences that made us who we are, our sense of community and how we relate to our cities. Anthropology, sociology and emotional urbanism that connects movie-making to the corners (real and imaginary) where our lives take place.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Rocío Huertas.

This event has been made possible thanks to the support of Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) through the PICE’s grants programme.

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Details

Event Type

Film

Location

Cinema

Time

4:20pm — 5:20pm

Ages

12+

Ticketing

Tickets: £0/2/4/6

Booking fee: 10 percent booking fee

Accessibility

English subtitling

Wheelchair accessible

Tickets no longer available

Additional info:

Spanish with English subtitles