LIBRE TE QUIERO (2012)

Libre te quiero

Victoria Eugenia Antzokia

Sunday, 21 April 2013 / 19:00

4,10 € (Tickets)

Collective action and new political spaces

Spain. Direction: Basilio Martín Patino. Production: La Linterna Mágica. Photography: Alfonso Parra. Music: Amancio Prada (Libre te quiero). Edition: Jorge Lacaci, Adoración G. Elipe. Running time: 60 min

LANGUAGE: Spanish

The veteran filmmaker from Salamanca –Nine Letters to Bertha (1966), Dearest Executioners (1973), La seducción del caos (1991), Octavia (2002)– has decided on this occasion to adopt a new style, impressionist and similar to other pure documentary endeavours, allowing the images to explain themselves, with no comments, on-camera interviews or voice-over explanations whatsoever. The film starts with the gathering of demonstrators in Madrid’s Puerta del Sol, portraying their arrival to the beat of the Brazilian samba bands and popular songs as they chant the slogans that will become the stamp of the movement. It then proceeds to follow the construction of the Sol Camp, a sort of parallel city, with its own organisation and where meetings on the situation are the norm, tasks are distributed democratically, each person contributes their knowledge and work and participates in any way they can. The organisation spreads to nearby districts and cities. It isn’t long before the camp starts receiving visits from representatives of the same movement all over Spain.

TALK: Basilio Martín Patino (director), Margarita Padilla (Acampada Sol)

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