Instituto Cervantes

‘ESTIU 1993 - Carla Simón’

13 Sept.'20
- 20:30

Please note that tickets that are not collected at least 10 minutes before the start of the screening will be available again at the entrance. There will be a waiting list for people who show up on the evening itself without registration.

​​​​​​​A six years old girl, faces the first summer with her new adoptive family. An early coming of age drama about a girl who learns to fit in a new rural world while coping with the loss of her mother. 
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Carla Simón (1986) was raised in a small Catalan village. She directed the short films Born Positive, Lipstick and Las Pequeñas Cosas, all selected to several international film festivals. Her last short film, Lacuna (2016) is a very personal project in which she used her mother’s letters as a starting point. Estiu 1993 is her debut film, produced by Inicia Films and Avalon. It premiered at the Berlinale 2017 where it won the GWFF Best First Feature Award and the Generation Kplus Grand Prix Jury Award. The film won more than 30 prizes in festivals all over the world and it was the Spanish Oscar submission. While preparing her second feature, Carla teaches film to young people through the ‘Cinema en Curs’ project and to film students at UPF and ESCAC.

On the day of the event itself, we will check whether or not the current situation and measures allow the event to take place. In case of cancellation, everyone who registered will be notified immediately.

Practical information

Location

BOZAR/Centre for Fine Arts

Language

  • Spanish
  • Subtitles: French Dutch

All the events will be organised ‘corona proof’, in accordance with to the protocol for the cultural sector.
Please check out our COVID-measures to visit BOZAR in all safety.

Everyone is allowed to bring a comfortable blanket or a cushion to keep warm. The evenings can be chilly here. Due to the current covid-19 situation we won't be able to provide that ourselves, unfortunately.​​​​​​

Co-production