Flee de Jonas Poher Rasmussen

The C3A and the CAAC host the Seville festival's auteur summer cinema.


The C3A Contemporary Creation Centre of Andalusia, in Cordoba, presents this summer season a new edition of its Summer Cinema, as a result of its collaboration with the Seville Festival. This initiative, which has been held successfully for several years now, is joined this year by a new partner, the Andalusian Centre for Contemporary Art in Seville.

Curated by the Seville Festival, the programme brings together nine films produced within the last two years, endorsed by their good reception by critics and which have won numerous awards at leading international festivals such as Cannes, Sundance, Sitges and Annecy, the world's leading animation festival. Among the works that the cycle will offer the spectators of Cordoba and Seville are two referential works of recent Spanish cinema: Espíritu sagrado, by Chema García Ibarra, which had its premiere in the Official Section of the Seville Festival, and was awarded Best Film at the Feroz and received a Special Mention in the Palmarés of the Locarno Festival; and Libertad by Clara Roquet, winner of two Goya awards for New Director and Best Supporting Actress.

Equally focused on presenting a stimulating representation of the
expressive richness of contemporary international cinema, the cycle also includes in its programme enlightening films such as the Tunisian film The Man Who Sold His Skin, premiered at the Seville Festival in its 2020 edition and nominated the following year for an Oscar in the Best Foreign Film category; the French film Gagarine, co-directed by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh, selected in Cannes for its Official Selection, awarded in Seville and multi-nominated for both the French and European Academy César Awards; Petite maman, the new film by Céline Sciamma, following the phenomenal impact of her previous film, Portrait of a Woman on Fire; and Flee, by Danish director Jonas Poher Rasmussen, about the double condition of a young Afghan refugee in Europe because of his homosexual orientation, a mainly documentary piece that won the award for best film at the Annecy Festival and which has been acclaimed by spectators as one of the most important animated films of the 2021 cinematic harvest.

Starting this week, spectators at both venues can enjoy the same
meticulous selection, with screenings - at no charge until full capacity is reached, in their original language with subtitles for non-Spanish films - every Wednesday from the 6th of July until the 31st of August starting at 22:30 (in the case of the CAAC), and every Thursday from the 7th of July until the 1st of September screening at 22:00 (in the case of the C3A).



6 July at the CAAC/ 7 July at the C3A

Chema García Ibarra | Spain, France, Turkey | 2021 | 97 min.

13 July at the CAAC/ 14 July at the C3A
FLEE (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Jonas Poher Rasmussen | Denmark, France, Sweden, Norway | 2021 | 86 min.

20 July at the CAAC/ 21 July at the C3A
PETITE MAMAN (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Céline Sciamma | France | 2021 | 72 min.

27 July at the CAAC/ 28 July at the C3A
EL HOMBRE QUE VENDIÓ SU PIEL (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Kaouther Ben Hania | Tunisia | 2020 | 104 min.

3 August at the CAAC/ 4 August at the C3A
GAGARINE (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Fanny Liatard, Jérémy Trouilh | France | 2020 | 95 min.

10 August at the CAAC/ 11 August at the C3A
LIBERTAD (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Clara Roquet | Spain | 2021 | 104 min.

17 August at the CAAC/ 18 August at the C3A
LAMB (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Valdimar Jóhannsson | Iceland | 2021 | 106 min.

24 August at the CAAC/ 25 August at the C3A
INTRODUCTION (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Hong Sang-soo | South Korea | 2021 | 66 min.

31 August at the CAAC/ 1 September at the C3A
LAS GENTILES (O.V. subtitled in Spanish)
Santi Amodeo | Spain | 2021 | 77 min.