Nineteenth edition of the Cinefòrum for Equality in Terrassa

Nineteenth edition of the Cinefòrum for Equality in Terrassa

City Council terracethrough the service Gender policies and in cooperation with LGTBIQ+ municipal servicesDiversity, Citizenship, Solidarity and Sport organizes a new edition of the Film Forum for Equality with seven audiovisual proposals to think about gender inequality in its intersection with other axes of discrimination.

The program begins in March, the month in which International Women's Day is celebrated, and extends through June with monthly sessions of presentations and discussions. aIn September, monthly forecasts will resume until NovemberWith the conclusion of the 2024 session as part of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women 25N.

he Tuesday, March 19 at 6:30 p.m The opening session of the cycle will be held at the Catalunya Cinema (Carrere de Sant Pere, 9) with a screening Five pillsdirected by Alauda Ruiz de Azúa, which will include a subsequent discussion by journalist and sociologist Esther Vivas i Esteve.

Luisa Melgares, Gender Policy Advisor and LGBT+ Citizenship Advisor, said: “We must continue to promote initiatives that, like the Film Forum for Equality, invite reflection on our contribution to equality. Women's rights must be effectively recognized in all areas, and we must ensure that, beyond the legal framework, through public institutions, respect for them is strengthened through comprehensive and transversal policies that address all life cycles. “We will continue to demand gender equality and highlight emotional, gender and sexual diversity, taking into account the axes of discrimination that exist in our society.”.

These sessions, open to all citizens, will be presented at the Catalunya Cinema at 6.30pm on Tuesdays 19 March, 16 April, 14 May, 25 June, 24 September, 22 October and 19 November. The contribution per entry will be €2.

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Equality and diversity

the Films and documentaries which will be presented to bring different perspectives on inequality, Addressing discrimination caused by diversity and intersectionality inherent in people. Some examples are I love you madlydirected by Alejandro Marín, a film about the LGTBIQ+ movement in Spain in the 1970s; Williams methodby Reynaldo Marcos Green, or the Spaniard On the marginsWritten by Juan Diego Boto.

Among the titles of the documentary genre stands out War newspaper coinsdirected by Eva Barry and will be released in 2024, Which deals with the repercussions of the war in Syria from the point of view of refugee women who work as day laborers in Wadi Al-Baha, where their rights are violated. The session, which will be held next April 16, will be as dynamic as the symposium, which will be held by documentary film director Eva Barry.

with Head and heartwritten by Ainhoa ​​Andraka and Zuri Goikoetxea, we will examine the reality of women with disabilities in sports, through the eyes of members of the women's wheelchair basketball team. The session will include accessibility measures such as translation in Spanish for people who are deaf, audio description for people who are blind, and sign language interpretation in the subsequent seminar.

The course ends on November 19 with the presentation of the drama that revolves around consent and sexual violence Accuseddirected by Yvan Attal, is scheduled to commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Gender-Based Violence.

Graphic design that Cinema Forum for Equality 2024 explains It is a feminist, and as a woman, reinterpretation of the iconic image of A Trip to the Moon (1902) by Georges Méliès, which wants to show that women were also present and have always been in the world of cinema.

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a You can see all the information about the course and the detailed programme.

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