A weekend devoted to abstract art in motion featuring a screening of the best of the 2018 Punto y Raya Festival, a special family session, and two children's workshops led by Elena Duque.
The Punto y Raya Festival, dubbed “the most abstract in the world” by the Japanese press, promotes audiovisual experimentation through the use of pure form, colour, motion and sound, avoiding representation. This renders it timeless and universal.
With seven instalments under its belt and the most comprehensive Online Catalogue and Resource Centre in the genre, Punto y Raya has established itself as the world benchmark for abstract art in motion. Its mission is to recapture the spirit of cinéma pure and absolute film formulated by the European avant-garde in the early 1920s, consolidating this unique art form at the intersection of fine arts and media.
From 13 to 14 April 2019For kids, Films, Screenings Punto y Raya Junior
This programme features a fun selection of short films for the whole family to enjoy.
From 13 to 14 April 2019Films, Screenings The Best of Punto y Raya 2018
A selection of the finalist and award-winning films from the festival’s last edition, held in October 2018 at CeTA (…)