CinemaAttic 13th May: Drag the past out

4th May 2016

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Could you imagine that the ghosts of your past knock on your door every time you try to move on and look forward? This is exactly what is going to happen to the protagonists of the stories we have gathered.

For our programme in May, CinemaAttic has captured a truly intense program exploring how couples cope with unsettled past experiences.  They will have to learn how to forgive to get over the crisis they are experiencing and continue with their lives.

After our last programme, we wanted to give a different twist to the issue of wasting love. A common theme portrayed through different approaches such as Sci-fi, road movies and drama. Mexico and Puerto Rico contribute to this with two exceptional films in our May programme.

Still don’t know the meaning of CinemaAttic? Spanish and Latin-American Short film Nights. A powerful curated selection of short films all with English subtitles with networking breaks for the enjoyment of both the Ibero-American community and the cinema lovers alike.

And yet we maintain the formula. We rescue gems from early 2000, pioneers of short films, in order to understand how the industry has been developing through the last ten years.

Friday 13 May @ 7.30 pm

CCA Glasgow

Centre for Contemporary Arts

350 Sauchiehall Street

Glasgow G2 3JD

For an easy and handy fiver

£5 (£4 Students pay less!) + £1 booking fee

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