While preparing to shoot a film about the Thammasat University massacre in Bangkok in 1976, an event that has been practically erased from Thai history, a director interviews one of the leaders of that student movement.
By the Time it Gets Dark, directed by Anocha Suwichakornpong. Thailand/ Netherlands/ France/ Qatar, 2016. DCP. 105´
19 October 2017Concerts Elysia Crampton
Elysia Crampton breaks all the moulds (…)
20 October 2017Films, Screenings "The Fits" by Anna Rose Holmer
The Fits is an allegory about teenage fears and longings, the quest for personal identity and the sense of belonging to (…)
20 October 2017Concerts Nídia + Nkisi + Deena Abdelwahed
Nídia, Nkisi and Deena Abdelwahed are making their first appearance in Madrid on a night where we'll decolonialise the (…)
21 October 2017Films, Screenings "If You Can't See My Mirrors, I Can't See You" + "Sol negro" + "Kbela"
The Saturday film session consists of three shorts that bring the invisible to light.
21 October 2017Concerts Ectoplasm Girls + Puce Mary
A double session of noise, industrial and techno music, the sounds that have always had a place in the festival's (…)
22 October 2017Performances Raquel Meyers presents "Keys of Fury"
"Brutalist storytelling" about Arcade technology starring a Commodore 64 computer.