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After Louie

Spanish Premiere
USA, 2017, 100′

Sam (Alan Cumming)is a troubled New York-based artist. A survivor of the AIDS epidemic, his loft is full of souvenirs and memories of former lovers, along with evidence of his time as an activist in ACT UP. He meets a young man, Braeden (Zachary Booth) in a bar and assumes that because of his youth the only reason for him to pursue a sexual encounter is a commercial one. However, it turns out to be the catalyst for a new phase in his life as an artist. Through Sam, a generation deals with the unresolved trauma of loss for those who lived through the 1980s and 1990s. Sam’s grief and anger turn into a sharing of knowledge and experience, expanding the possibilities of intergenerational understanding.

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Against the law

Spanish Premiere
United Kingdom, 2017, 82′

2017 sees the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act which decriminalised homosexual acts in England and Wales between adult males, in private. While it would take several decades before homosexuals would reach anything like full equality in this country, this legislation marks the beginning of this journey, through those dark days, when homosexuals were routinely imprisoned or forced to undergo chemical aversion therapy in an attempt to cure them of their ‘condition’. There is also testimony from a retired police officer whose job it was to enforce these laws, and a former psychiatric nurse who administered the so-called cures. All these accounts amplify the themes of the drama and help to immerse us in the reality of a dark chapter in our recent past.

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Chinatown (Barrio Chino)

Spanish Premiere
Italy, 1990, 58′

Recovering memory: Barcelona is preparing the Olympic Games of ’92. There are people who transform their lives and at the same time they show us another reality.

The documentary CHINATOWN is a witness of the pre-Olympic Barcelona transformation: as a cosmopolitan city and that of some citizens such as Carmen de Mairena, who lives in the red-light district and exhibits the human squalid conditions and wealth values. Together with Nino Spaghetti, both are the main characters of this city transformation and at the same time its personality.

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Extra Terrestrials (Extra Terrestres)

Spanish Premiere
Puerto Rico, Venezuela, 2016, 113′

Teresa is a vegetarian lesbian and a successful astrophysicist living with her fiancé, Daniela in the Canary Islands. After years of auto-exile, she goes back to her rural home in Puerto Rico to invite her family to her wedding. The Díaz family is a conservative clan that owns a Poultry Processing Plant. Unwilling to reveal their secrets, no one in the family is who they say they are, which is why Teresa opts for lying.

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The Blue Years (Los Años Azules)

FIPRESCI’s Award, 32 Festival de Cinema de Guadalajara (Mexico)
Spanish Premiere

Mexico, 2017, 103′

An old house in a traditional neighborhood of Guadalajara is inhabited by five people who share the expenses, dreams and a part of their lives, while observed by Schrödinger, a cat that seems to be part of the place. Through its eyes, we know the conflicts of these boys from different regions of the country and opposite cultures, who left their home in search of a life of their own, finding a dysfunctional family on the way.

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Santa & Andrés

Awards: Best Film, Best Screenplay, Best Actress (Lola Amores) Guadalajara International, Special Honorary Award (Maguey LGBT Competition) 2017
Spanish Premiere

Cuba, France, Colombia, 2016, 105′

The story of an improbable friendship between a revolutionary country girl and a noncompliant gay writer she has to watch over for three consecutive days. The story goes on in the East of Cuba, in the early 80’s. It deals with the friendship that arises between two people who, apparently, are very different, but who gradually become aware that the things that unite them are more important than the ones that separate them.

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