From VisitGayBarcelona we recommend “The happy Prince”. The film is based on the last years of Oscar Wilde’s life, one of the most outstanding figures of English literature who was unjustly accused, harassed and removed from the scene in his last years of life on the condition of being gay. Directed and starring Rupert Everett, she has had a very good tour of festivals and has been nominated for the European Film and British Film Awards. With an international cast with Colin Firth, Emily Watson, Tom Wilkinson of secondary. He will also be present at the BCN Film Festival with the presence of the same director and leading actor. A film apart from his figure as a novelist and writer portrays the injustice that he experienced due to his homosexual condition.
Barcelona vuelve a ser una de las primeras ciudades en acoger el World Press Photo, exposición donde se muestran las fotografías ganadoras del prestigioso premio de fotoperiodismo.
Live one of the most emblematic days of the Catalan capital, Sant Jordi. As every April 23, the city is adorned with roses and books to celebrate the Day of the book, and the particular day of the lovers of Catalonia.
With the name of Anarchivo sida, the collective Equipo re has been developing a research and production work on the cultural and social dimension of the continuing HIV / AIDS crisis in the Spanish State and in Chile, together with case studies from other contexts from Latin America. This exhibition gives continuity to the project, taking into account the local context – the city of Barcelona – as a spatial axis and the nineties as a temporal axis.