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After several succesful seasons and having obtained a faithful and stable audience, it is time for the new season of Sala Montjuïc. This open-air cinema has already become a classic for summer evenings in Barcelona and continues to take place in the emblematic Montjuïc Castle.
Live music to make the evening more enjoyable, short films and films from all over the world fill the publicity board of this unique cinema which has managed to a space for itself within the city’s summer cultural programme. Because of the quality and variety of its programme, because of its accessible price, because of the magic of the location and because Sala Montjuïc is not just a cinema, it is a lovely place for meeting and social coexistence.
In its eleventh edition, the Barcelona's D'A Film Festival has become in an essential springtime event for the fans of contemporary indie and auteur cinema, both local and from around the globe. Some of the films shown have already won awards at other festivals while many are getting their Spanish premiere. With close to 100 films being presented, one of the highlights of D'A is always the attendance of many of the directors whose works are being shown for round tables and Q&A sessions about their productions.
CosmoCaixa's CosmoNits bring back the best sci-fi movies and the best live music to the city. A wide range of science fiction films for all audiences that will make you enjoy these summer nights in Barcelona.
Throughout the summer, most evenings see special cultural and gastronomic activities held at venues around the city. Many modernista spaces, such as La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, host concerts, suppers, drinks and audiovisual shows. In turn, several cultural venues, including Poble Espanyol, CaixaForum and El Born Centre de Cultura i Memoria, open late at least one night a week, allowing you to enjoy their exhibitions and special activities away from the daytime crowds and heat.
Film fans can head to open-air screenings like Sala Montjuïc, which shows movies at the castle on top of Montjuïc, Gandules, an event at the CCCB where the audience sits in deckchairs (gandules in Catalan), and Cosmonits, a whole programme of sci-fi films at CosmoCaixa.
So, if you are looking to enjoy summer nights, Barcelona has a wide range of options for you.
Created in 2003, Loop is a platform that focuses on the possibilities and challenges presented by video art, one of the key artistic movements of modern times. Each year, Loop hosts professionals and the public for a gathering where they can explore the latest technological and other developments in the moving image sector and see the work of new and established creatives who use video as their main tool.
Loop Festival runs for around 10 days and includes screenings, exhibitions, concerts, talks and other live events at numerous venues around the city.
Loop Fair: from 16th to 19th November.
Loop Festival: from 9th to 21st November.
Inaugurated years ago as the world's first film festival dedicated to the fantastic genre, today it's become the region's biggest celebration of the moving image. The picturesque seaside town of Sitges, 30 minutes down the coast from Barcelona, hosts hundreds of films from around the globe, including animation, rom-com and gangster as well as its core themes of gore, horror and fantasy.
Running in parallel to the screenings are exhibitions, master classes and Q&A sessions, special events focused on television series, the chance to see films using virtual reality technology, plus a crowded Zombie Walk through the streets of Sitges.
Within the documentary world, documentaries about music have a category all of their own. The In-Edit Festival has become a benchmark event in this category. Coordinated and held in Barcelona, it also touches down in Madrid, Chile, Brazil, Netherlands and Greece.
Since 2020, you can download a selection of musical documentaries from the online platform In-Edit TV and enjoy them at your leisure from any mobile device, and see live streaming events that will be held during the festival.
Cinema Lliure a la Platja is a small-scale free independent film festival taking place on summer evenings on different beaches along the Catalan coast. In Barcelona, the screenings will take place in a space that has been specially set up for the festival, next to the municipal sports complex, the CEM La Mar Bella, with views of the sea and beach. The screenings will not be held on the beach this year in line with the health and safety measures implemented by the authorities due to Covid-19. The venue will be operating at reduced capacity and pre-booking is essential. If you want to book, the organisers will post a form on their website one week before each screening where you can book your place and seats. Don't miss it!
Undoubtedly one of the highlights (and there are many) of Cosmocaixa, Barcelona's Science Museum, is its digital planetarium. The exhibit projects directly onto a dome accompanied by a pioneering stereo sound system. The result is a spectacular immersion in the world of astronomy through a periodically updated program. The Planetarium offers the chance to watch the different projections in Spanish, Catalan, English and French and is adapted to groups with different visual disabilities. An innovative way to discover the universe.
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