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DOCUMENTARIES FROM TURKEY, MOROCCO, GERMANY, ITALY, UK & SPAIN

Six documentaries will participate in the third Muestra de Documentales Euromediterráneos Universitarios de temática social Mostrari (Exhibition of Euro-Mediterranean University Documentaries with an emphasis on social themes), organised by the Vice President Office for Extracurricular Activities of the UA, which will take place from December 12 to December 15 in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Alicante (MACA). Mostrari will show the variety of looks that live together in the documentary cinema produced in Europe and in the Mediterranean basin, from Turkey, Morocco, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and Spain.

On Monday December 12, Mostrari will start screening the Off Mostrari documentaries, which will begin at 6 pm. At 8 pm the magazine published by the Vice President Office for Extracurricular Activities Quaderns de Cine nº7: Cine i Àfrica will be presented. During the following days, the documentaries selected will be screened, and on Thursday December 15, at 7.30 pm, the awards and closing ceremony will take place.

Documentaries

The history of the progressive decay of Jewish community in the Turkish town of Çanakkale, now mostly Moslem, in Havra Sokak (Synagogue Street, Turkey). A Swiss dancer who tires to make a living out of his passion for dancing in Barcelona in Rhythm of Life (Spain). Post-communist Romania through the life of a public park in Bucharest in Lumina amintirii (In the Light of Memory, United Kingdom). Craftsmen in Morocco chatting about the loss of values while they see the disappearance of a traditional way of life among the indifference tourists show in Artisans (Morocco and Spain). The experience of three women from Eastern Europe who are trapped in the white slave trade in Ein Brief aus Deutschland (A letter from Germany, Germany) and a Kosovan woman who, helped by an NGO, goes out of her country for the first time to treat the serious heart disease her son suffers in Heart-Quake (Italy).

Mostrari has had the collaboration of Casa Mediterráneo and Bancaja Young Entrepreneurs Chair. The access to the screening of the documentaries is free, up to the capacity of the room. For those interested, Mostrari is also a workshop of the Culture Secretariat provided with 1 free-elective credit. To obtain it, you must register in the course.

MONDAY 12 (Africa)

6 pm Off Mostrari: "Dans le silence, je sens rouler la terre" (Mohamed Lakhdar Tati, Algeria-France, 2010)

7 pm Off Mostrari: "Ekume Erati, derecho a la salud en Mozamique" ("Ekume Erati, the right to public health in Mozambique") (Luis Arribas, Spain-Mozambique, 2011)

8 pm Off Mostrari: Presentation of the Magazine Quaderns de Cine núm 7: Cine i Àfrica

TUESDAY 13 (Romania)

6 pm Off Mostrari: La cometa de Andrei (Andrei's kite) (Zmeului Andrei, Vicente Pascual and Luis G. Verdú)

8 pm Lumina amintirii (Alyssa Grossman, University of Manchester, UK)

WEDNESDAY 14

6 pm Havra Sokak (Eray Öksüzoglu, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi, Turkey)

6.30 pm Ein Brief aus Deutschland (Sebastian Mez, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany)

8 pm Heart-Quake (Mark Olexa, ZeLIG School for documentary, television and new media, Italy)

THURSDAY 15

6 pm Rhythm of life (Usua Garin, ECIB Escuela de Cine de Barcelona, Spain)

7 pm Artisans (Albert Albacete, ECIB Escuela de cine de Barcelona, Spain)

7.30 pm Awards and closing ceremony

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