Cultural Centers cycle

Mai da bai (eta ezetzik ez dago) (2018)

mai da_bai
Egia C.C.
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April 1 / 19:00


Basque Country. Direction: Eider Ballina, Ane Baskaran, Imanol Eppherre. Running time: 28 min

Mapuzugun, the language of the Mapuche community, has life expectancy of twenty years. By the time its young people grow into adults it may have disappeared. But there are people who fight to prevent this from happening, and the Mapuzuguletuaiñ Association is a clear example of this.

Bide zuzena, ibilbide okerrak (2018)

bide zuzena
Okendo C.C.
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April 2 / 19:00


Basque Country. Direction: Hala Bideo. Running time: 64 min

A historical and chronological revision of the different LGBTI movements and associations of Vitoria-Gasteiz in the last 25 years. Here we will find both testimonies of those involved in the struggle for LGBTI rights and images of the different stages lived by the movement.

Zink (2018)

Lugaritz C.C.
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April 3 / 19:00

Basque Country. Direction: Segis Monsó Agorreta, Xabier Hernaiz Gomara. Running time: 64 min

Zink is a (travel) documentary covering 55,000 kilometres through 21 countries all over the world in the endeavour to find specific answers to our vital existence. The opinions of local people invite you to discover other cultures and to reflect on the formula of happiness and our raison d’être.

Grietas (2018)

Tomasene C.C.
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April 4 / 19:00


Spain. Direction: Xuban Intxausti. Running time: 73 min

Grietas is a feature film made up of five true, hard and emotional stories starring real life people. Five stories connected by a common element: they are fissures in human rights which everyday people try to repair with their efforts, determination and scarce resources. Fissures which the State has the responsibility to address.

Idazketa tailerra (L’Atelier, 2017)

el taller de escritura 1
Aiete C.C.
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April 5 / 19:00


France. Direction: Laurent Cantet. Running time: 114 min

La Ciotat, France. Antoine has agreed to be part of a writing workshop set up to help a group of young people integrate into the world of work. Under the guidance of Olivia, a well-known novelist, he is asked to write a novel connected with the industrial past of their hometown and the shipyard that closed down 25 years ago. None of this interests Antoine, so he turns to more current concerns.

Izur (2018) + Reunión con Tarana Karim (2019) + Ongi etorri (2018)

ongi etorri
Intxaurrondo C.C.
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April 9 / 19:00

Izur (Arruga) (2018). Estibaliz Urresola. Basque Country. 15 min

War stories are generally about men, while the vital experiences of the women involved in war have been the great forgotten and silenced. Recovering the testimonies of the women who have lived through armed conflicts is essential if we want to build a complete picture of the historical memory.

Reunión con Tarana Karim (2019). Vanessa Aramburu Gisbert. Basque Country. 12 min

This is the meeting between two foreign women living in the Basque Country: Tarana Karim, from Azerbaijan, and the Swedish documentary-maker, Vanessa Aramburu. The main topic is feminism and the conflict created around its protagonist, Tarana, due to being a feminist and a follower of Islam.

Ongi etorri (2018). Fermin Aio. Basque Country. 43 min

This documentary endeavours to lend perspective, from the lives of its protagonists, to the profound causes and consequences of migrations. Shot in Gernika 80 years after the bombing, this documentary tells the story of 25 protagonists of the drama of refugee and migrant persons. Its tale composes a mosaic of pain, fear, strength, solidarity and hope.

Cine y comunicación de los pueblos indígenas: Un derecho en construcción – Capítulo 3. Voces del Abya Yala (2018)

voces de abya yala
Loiola C.C.
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April 11 / 19:00


Spain. Direction: Beatriz Pérez Galán, Yolanda Prieto Ramos. Running time: 30 min

This chapter is above all a tribute to all of the female indigenous communicators murdered or criminalised for exercising the right to their own communication. For this same reason, it aims to tell a combined story of very different communications experiences carried out by the indigenous peoples of Latin America, some of them in truly dangerous situations and contexts.