Donostia Kultura
Donostiako Udala

Cultural Centers cycle

Walls (2015)

Egia C.C.
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 March 28 / 19:00

Spain. Direction: Pablo Iraburu, Migueltxo Molina. Running time: 80 min

When the Berlin Wall fell the end of History was proclaimed. And we filed away the idea of separation walls as part of the past. The reality is exactly the opposite. Never in the history of humanity have so many walls been built.

Ozpinaren sindromea (2016)

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Aiete C.C.
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  March 29 / 19:00

Basque Country. Direction: David Aguilar, Pello Gutiérrez. Running time: 61 min

Of all of the stories told by history, this is simply another one. Organised women, volcanoes spitting ash, looking for peace. For hatred to soften and pain to reconcile. Justice, Truth and Repair. Because there is one struggle that always beats the darkness.

Mujeres inmigrantes y resistencias (2016)

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Ernest Lluch C.C.
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March 31 / 19:00

Basque Country. Direction: Jon Manterola. Running time: 15 min

In the Europe of the 21st century, forced displacements and savage capitalism, combined with profound technological and political transformations, have led to a rise in racist discourse. A group of women of different nationalities, migrants to the Basque Country, tell us how they live the experience first hand and about the actions they articulate jointly with a view to resistance.

El comienzo de la vida (O começo da vida, 2016)

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Okendo C.C.
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April 3 / 19:00

Brazil. Direction: Estela Renner. Running time: 97 min

One of the greatest breakthroughs of neuroscience was the discovery that when a person is born, they are not only a conglomeration of genes. A human being is formed by genetics, by the relationships they establish and by their surroundings.

Fusiles o pintadas. La lucha noviolenta del pueblo saharaui (2016)

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Tomasene C.C.
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April 4 / 19:00

Spain. Direction: Jordi Oriola. Running time: 52 min

After 40 years, the Saharawis are considering to go back to war to free their country from the Moroccan occupation, but nonviolent activists argue that nonviolent struggle is cornering Morocco and is the best option for the Saharaui struggle.

(H)Emen Her(e) Elkartea: Short films

Intxaurrondo C.C.
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April 5 / 19:00


The (H)emen association presents a selection of short films directed by women on subjects related to human rights.

Sarearen oihua (2014). Basque Country. Arantza Ibarra. 15 min

A group of women artists organise an event in protest against cuts in gynaecological services in Bizkaia.

Adri (2013). Spain. Estibaliz Urresola. 16 min

After years of hard training in swimming, Adri is now at the gateway to the regional championships.

Sandorkaut (2015). USA. Emily Lobsenz. 12 min

Portrait of the acclaimed author on gastronomy and fermentation guru, Sandor Katz.

Still Alive (2016). Basque Country. Leire Barturen. 12 min

Alive, a well-known Basque graffiti artist, was forced to retire in 2006 after a stroke. Now, 10 years later, he returns to the street with the intention of resuming his passion.

Flutter (2015). United Kingdom. Yasmina Fernández Gil

This is the story of Alex, an English crossdresser that suffers a transphobic attack at a night bar.

Rayuela (2016). France. Irene de Lucas. 2 min

A game where you have to be free to choose where to go, when to stop and if you want to go back.

La paz insurrecta (2016)

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Lugaritz C.C.
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April 6 / 19:00

Basque Country. Direction: Unai Aranzadi. Running time: 65 min

There is insurrectionary peace. A peace that knows itself to be right, that refuses to accept the theories expounded in documents by armed players. It is a rebel peace, safeguarded by men and women who hold out against a war that never leaves the territories while their inhabitants talk about historical memory, political participation and social justice.

Fatima (2015)

Loiola C.C.
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April 7 / 19:00

France-Canada. Direction: Philippe Faucon. Running time: 79 min

Fatima is Algerian, divorced, and lives in France with her two daughters. She speaks very little French, something which causes great frustration in the relationship with her daughters. They are the most important thing in her life and her great pride