Cinemes Girona

  • Pascal Plisson - 75 min
    Jackson, the Kenyan; Carlitos, the Argentinian; Zahira, the Moroccan, and Samuel, the Indian. They are four children who live light years away from each other and who have never met but who have a common point: they have to cover tremendously long distances to reach their school. On foot, on horseback or in a wheelchair, but all with an extraordinary determination
    11.00    In catalan
  • Miguel Puertas - 76 min
    This documentary shows the struggle of Valeo Climate's workers against the company's decision to close the plant in Martorelles and move the production to Zaragoza
    Tue 20.00    
  • Hèctor Hernández - 76 min
    Anna Fritz, a famous and beautiful actress, has died recently. Three young men sneak into the morgue to see her naked. Fascinated by her beauty, they decide to become the last people to have sex with her
    Sat,Wen 22.00    
  • Alejandro Monteverde - 106 min
    An eight-year-old boy is willing to do whatever it takes to end World War II so he can bring his father home. The story reveals the indescribable love a father has for his little boy and the love a son has for his father
    Sat,Sun 16.00    
  • Varios directores - 53 min
    Following the eviction of the squatted social center Can Vies in May 2014, this documentary reflects on different kinds of violence, city models and self-management
    Thu 20.00    In catalan
  • Álvaro Longoria - 75 min
    North Korea, formerly known as the hermit kingdom, is perhaps the largest source of instability as regards world peace. Its border is one of the most militarized in the world. The lack of impartial information, both inside and coming out of the country, is the perfect setting for a propaganda war, which will be analyzed in the film through numerous examples of the surprising way in which information is manipulated, in and about North Korea. Alejandro Cao de Benos, the sole foreigner who works for the DPRK Government, and many locals will show us their vision of the reality in North Korea. The other side of the story will be reflected through interviews to South Korean citizens, human rights advocates, diplomats, propaganda experts, etc
    Wen 22.00    O.V.S.S.
  • Sergi Cervera - 90 min
    On the week marking the 20th anniversary of the genocide, a group of volunteers travels to Rwanda with different solidarity purposes. Two voluntary workers lead the expedition
    Thu 21.45    In catalan
  • Antoni Martí i Gich - 85 min
    The filmmaker Antoni Martí, the writers Quim Monzó and Maruja Torres, and the actor Xabier Elorriaga present this amateur film portraying the last years of the Franco era in Spain
    Thu 20.00    In catalan
  • Sung-bo Shim - 111 min
    A fishing-boat crew takes on a dangerous commission to smuggle a group of illegal immigrants from China to Korea
    Fri 19.30. Sat,Sun 20.00    O.V.S.S.
  • Anna Bofarull - 107 min
    Julia, an attractive and elegant woman, is a renowned cellist devoted to her music. After years of intermittent pain in different parts of her body, Julia is finally given the diagnosis: fibromyalgia, a chronic medical disorder that has no known cause or cure. She soon finds herself submerged in a personal state of hell, struggling against her own body
    Sat,Sun 20.00    In catalan
  • Pablo García, Marc Serena - 93 min
    Tchinda is one of most beloved women in Cape Verde, especially after she came out as a transgender person in the local newspaper in 1998. Since then, her name has become the term used by locals to name queer Cape Verdeans. Despite her great reputation, Tchinda remains humble and every afternoon she happily tours the neighborhood to sell her best coxinhas, a classic Brazilian treat: delicious fried balls of chicken. But every February all changes. It's the month leading up to their Carnival, when the slow-paced atmosphere of the island transforms into a frenzied hustle and bustle as thousands flock to the streets. The days before the Carnival are hectic. Locals join forces to create something beautiful out of nothing. It becomes a Little Brazil as their most acclaimed singer, Cesária Évora (1941-2011), defined in one of her most famous mornas. This documentary is as trip to an unknown side of Africa that very few may have ever imagined
    Wen 20.00    O.V.S.C.
  • David Fernando de Castro - 52 min
    When Ajoblanco was founded in 1974, its creators wanted to escape any kind of authoritarianism. Those boys and girls were a serious threat to the system: they looked towards different models such as the new left in California. However, Ajoblanco connected with a young audience, hungry for new and different sources of information
    Tue 20.00    In catalan
  • Antonio Skármeta - 80 min
    This is the story of a postman in Isla Negra who befriends Pablo Neruda and asks his help writing poems to the woman of his dreams
    Fri 20.00    
  • Jon Watts - 88 min
    A small town sheriff sets out to find the two kids who have taken his car on a joy ride
    Fri 19.30. Sat,Sun,Thu 22.00    O.V.S.S.
  • Sílvia Munt - 80 min
    The economic precariousness in Spain shakes people daily, but the coldness of numbers cannot explain the pain that people in bad economic situations are enduring
    Fri,Wen,Thu 17.30. Sat,Sun 18.00. Tue 20.00    In catalan
  • Manolo Vázquez - 72 min
    Alex Pareja is a writer who had his greatest success with his first novel, La maniobra de Heimlich, published in 2003, which dealt with the death of his girlfriend after choking with a piece of chicken. Ten years later, Pareja is commissioned to adapt the novel to cinema
    Fri 17.30. Sat,Sun,Wen,Thu 18.00. Sat,Sun 16.00    
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    The experience of amputation is the main theme of this story, which is explained in first person by the protagonists themselves. The film demands the spectators to rethink their values and the way they face reality
    Wen 20.00    In catalan
Girona, 173-175
93 118 45 31
8 € y 6,50 € (miércoles y jueves-día espectador, Carnet Jove y mayores de 65 años) €
Verdaguer (L4-L5)