A hand-picked selection of International Short Films on Humans, Phones and Screens
2020 was a strange year, one in which screens became a necessary evil to live experiences, to talk with the family, attend gigs or watch films. The incursion of screens in our everyday life has gone even deeper, shaping the way we look at the world and the way we understand human interaction.
Our first programme of the year is a brilliant selection of films reflecting on our relationship with screens.
How has the presence of phones, screens and apps changed the way we look at the world around us, the way we inhabit the public space, the way we meet and relate to each other? A programme of films rethinking the way human behaviour has changed since the appearance of mobile phones and the way new generations communicate through it. The selection includes Premios Goya 2021-nominated short films like A la Cara or Beef, as well as perspectives from Chile, China or Brazil,. Dark perspectives and unimagined positive takes on the proliferation of screens in our lives.
Join us for the Premiere Night on Friday 22nd January 7.30pm. Share your images, comments and impressions in social media using #CinemaAtticOnline
🍷 DON’T MISS THE VERMUT 🍷 On Sunday 24th January (12pm) we share a wee drink with the directors. Get your olives and snacks ready, and join the CinemaAttic community live on Facebook and Youtube to share an aperitivo, ask questions and chat about the programme with the film directors.
We are committed to make our film offer accessible. If you cannot afford the standard price (£5) use promo code ‘TWOQUID’ to rent the programme for £2.
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