From April 23 to May 3 Ambulante visits the last state of the 2015 edition: Oaxaca.
Three interviews that lead towards an epiphany compose director Eva Villaseñor’s attempt at reconstructing a period of time during which she lost her memory.
The story of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s ambitious adaptation of the seminal science fiction novel Dune
Amalia and Roberto are two indigenous that lived the painful refuge in Mexico, running away on foot from the massacres caused by the army and the guerrilla in Guatemala. The documentary addresses the hard experiences and their personal processes of reconstruction, in the young eyes of Mayra Paola Caal, co-director of the film.
Slightly Toxic shows the problems and inconsistencies of a government program implemented in one of the biggest natural reservoirs in the world, where agricultural chemicals become present.
Works made by artists and filmmakers that explore the dialogue between contemporary art and cinema.
During the general strike against recent government plans in Spain, protesters congregate and police officers use rubber bullets to control the crowds. Meanwhile, the Gran Teatre del Liceu showcases Ludwig Minkus’ Don Quijote ballet. Thirty two students from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, alongside director Victor Kossakovsky, film the events from various perspectives.