The Ministry of Culture and Spokesperson, in collaboration with Caja Mediterráneo Foundation, organized from next week a new series of screenings of the film library of the Region of Murcia in Cartagena.
With the Oscar winning film 'Still Alice', which will mark World Alzheimer's Day will begin on Wednesday, September 21 (20:30) this free cycle of 12 films that will run until December.
In the Cultural Hall of Caja Mediterráneo will be in the coming months a selection of programming of the Film Archive of the region, projecting films of its most important cycles such as the one dedicated to the Brothers Marx and paying homage to Cervantes in the fourth centenary of his death.
'Panorama current affairs', with some of the films recently awarded in the best festivals, will also be present, together with the Spanish cinema, short films and the material is kept in the Film Archive.
The general director of the Institute of Cultural Industries and the Arts, Marta Lopez-Briones, recalled that "from the Ministry always try to decentralize culture organized in all municipalities, concerts of our Symphony Orchestra in many theaters and auditoriums exhibitions as well as initiatives such as the scene Plan and associate Plan, which promote the actions of companies and associations in the region for all scenarios, and also the film of our film library out of Murcia thanks to the agreement with Caja Mediterráneo Foundation ".
Thus, he added, "all citizens of the region, reside where they reside, can access and enjoy quality culture".
After the screening of 21 September, the programming of the Film Archive in Cartagena continue on Thursday 6 October with the first of the films 'Panorama Current' Korean 'Now, not before' (2015), Best Picture and best Actor at the Festival of Gijon.
Within this cycle, the Icelandic 'Sparrows' (2015), Golden Shell will also be in San Sebastian;
and the Indian film "Station Women '(2015).
They are, respectively on October 20 and December 15.
Marx Brothers, whom the Cinematheque dedicates this year an extensive cycle will be included in this program one of its flagship productions, 'A Night at the Opera' (1935).
It will be on Thursday, October 13 when viewers will enjoy unforgettable scenes such as the crowded cabin.
'Don Quixote of Orson Welles' (Orson Welles, Jesus Franco, 1992), a film in which the great actor and director wanted recreate his peculiar vision of Spain through the eyes of Don Quixote and Sancho, will screen 27 October while meetings 3 and 24 November will be dedicated to the short film, with a selection of productions nominated for the Bafta Awards and the CortoEspaña competition.
For the November 4 it has been prepared thinking of Halloween programming, with the screening of 'Nosferatu' (Murnau, 1922), with live soundtrack by 'The Silent Film Ensemble'.
And November is planned session 'The shot memory' with material Film Archive relating to Cartagena (Day 10), and the Spanish film "The longest way to get home '(Sergi Perez, 2014) on the 17th.
As it will happen at the headquarters of the cinematheque in Murcia, where different professionals will have what 'The movie of your life' in Cartagena will be Sunday Camacho, director of Cadena SER in the Region of Murcia, in charge of choosing and introducing a movie.
This time will be the film of Jose Luis Cuerda 'Dawn is no little', which can be seen on December 1.