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No somos nada

Sat 9 April 2022

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Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

he image shows the lead singer Evaristo Páramos standing on a stage. He is holding a guitar.

IberoDocs2022 / No somos nada

La Polla Records, one of the most legendary punk bands, returns to bid its farewell. To celebrate the group’s last tour, its singer, Evaristo Páramos, revives 40 years of history from his town in the Basque Country. This is the extraordinary tale of villagers who revolutionised incensed music with songs turned into hymns by their thousands of followers.

The screenings will be followed by a Q&A with director Javier Corcuera.

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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* This guide is based on the sliding scale ticketing system pioneered by the Scottish Queer International Film Festival.

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Details

Event Type

Film

Location

Cinema

Time

6:00pm — 7:35pm

Ages

All ages

Ticketing

Tickets: £0/2/4/6

Booking fee: 10 percent booking fee

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible

Tickets no longer available

Additional info:

Spanish with English subtitles