The 34th spring edition of the Hay Festival of Wales is streamed free online from Hay-on-Wye from May 26 to June 6. For 12 days, more than 200 acclaimed writers, global policy makers, historians, poets, pioneers and innovators come together to inspire, examine and entertain at events for all ages.
Stigma is a cross-genre performance about scrutiny, failure and of never being the right fit. Exploring society’s narratives of success and binaries through sports, queer identity soul and humour.
Roberto lives isolated from the world in his hardware store. One day, a strange event triggers him to get out of his retirement and back in touch with reality: a Chinese man that speaks no Spanish comes to him, and Roberto does whatever is in his hand to take him back to his family.
Benjamin Espósito is a retired judiciary agent. Obsessed with a brutal murder that took place in 1974, he decides to write a novel about it. As he shines a light on the past, the memory of a woman, whom he’s secretly loved for years, starts to flourish.
As part of the program organized for the online exhibition The Great Conspiracy, the Embassy of Spain in London is pleased to introduce a talk between artists Paco Chanivet, author of the ongoing project Palimpsesto, and Carlos Monleón. Directed by the curators of the project, Manuela Pedrón y Jaime González, the talk will explore the work of both artist and the realities of producing new pieces withhin London’s scene.
Carmen, Inés and Eva are private detectives. Instead of hats and guns, they do the groceries, take care of children and work on revealing other people’s secrets. But as their lives evolve, they will find out there are lies they have not been able to see and truths it’s better not to reveal.
Pablo a.k.a. “El Bola” is a twelve-year-old boy with an overly strict father. He has few friends at school until a new kid, Alfredo, arrives. The warm, caring atmosphere in Alfredo’s family provides a stark contrast to Pablo’s oppressive father. Pablo’s experience of his friend’s family teaches him to confront his worst fears.
The Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs at the Embassy of Spain presents the second edition of The Iberian Frame, a series of film sessions displaying some of the best Spanish feature films. The series will allow viewers to stream the titles for 48 hours for free, making them available exclusively on our website.
But was there ever science in Spain? A series to learn more about our scientific past, that aims to contribute to scientific culture in Spain, produced by the brothers Paco and Juan Pimentel, filmmaker and researcher at the CSIC respectively, premieres today on Filmin.