Fundacion Mediterráneo Cinematheque will present Free At its headquarters in Alicante (Aula de Cultura at Avda. Dr. Gadea, 1) four music and dance documentaries every Monday in May at 19:00.. This month’s Cinematheque will be part of Vive Alicante, a cycle of free events framed as part of the Spring City programme. An extension in the city during this month of May with cultural events of the Spring FestivalIt will be held on the 27th and 28th at Rabasa Multispace.
The next screening will be a movie Bobby Jane (2017), Danish Elvira Lind About the American dancer who leaves the Israeli dance troupe Batsheva to try to choreograph her own pieces in the USA, next May 9. This tape will be watched Five Days to Dance (2014), his first documentary Pepe Andreu and Rafael Molescreators of the production company SuicaFilms, 16 May; documentary self sufficient (2016) director Danny Garcia dedicated to the group permanent paralysis, 23 may; Y The Beatles and India by (2020) Catherine HartCombining unpublished footage of Liverpool’s 1968 trip to India, at 30.
President of the Mediterranean Foundation, Louis Boyer“Cinematek is already a The main axis of programming of the Alicante headquartersand of course this encourages us to continue working for the continuity of the projections”. Similarly, Boyer underlines “the foundation’s commitment to continue working to deliver engaging cultural programs to the public.”
Mediterranean Foundation Cinematheque started in January A 17-screen cycle dedicated to the best international and national documentaries from the world of music and dance, ending in June. All films are presented in their original version with Spanish subtitles.