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  • Mustang

    February 23, 20187:30 p.m.
    MADRID
    Casa Árabe Auditorium (at Calle Alcalá, 62). 7:30 p.m. 5 euros: general tickets at the box office.
    4 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders, by showing the proper documentation.
    You may only receive one discount. Advance sales at www.casaarabe.es. Those tickets not sold online will be put on sale the day of the screening at the Casa Árabe headquarters as of one hour before each film is shown. Assigned seats with tickets.
    Films shown in the original language version with subtitles in Spanish.
    Today’s screening is of a film by Deniz Gamze Ergüven (Turkey, 2015, 94 min.), as part of the film series that Casa Árabe is showing at its Madrid headquarters in January and March.
    After an innocent game at the beach with their classmates early in the summer, the lives of five young orphan sisters’ in a small Turkish town will be changed radically. Displeased with the supposed immorality of the girls’ behavior, their grandmother and uncle decide to take measures to ensure the five sisters’ virginity and purity, thereby rushing them towards their fate as future wives.

    Awards and Festivals: Nominated for Best Non-English Language Film (Oscars, 2015); nominated for Best Foreign Fil (Golden Globes, 2015); Best First Film  (European Film Awards, 2015); Best Film, Pilar Miró Award for Best New Director, Prize from the Audience, Youth Seminci (SEMINCI, Valladolid Film Festival, 2015);  Label Cinemas Europe Award (Directors’ Fortnight, Cannes, 2015); Grand Prize from the Public (European Film Festival of Seville, 2015); Award for Best Film (Sarajevo Festival, 2015); nominated for Best Non-English Language Film (BAFTA Awards, the British Film and Television Academy Awards,  2016); Best European Film (Goya Awards, 2016); Best First Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Original Soundtrack (César Awards, France, 2016).
  • The Arabian Nights. Night 7

    February 24, 20187:30 p.m. Approximate duration: 1 hour
    MADRID
    Casa Árabe Auditorium (at Calle Alcalá, 62). 7:30 p.m. Approximate duration: 1 hour 5 euros: general tickets at the box office.
    4 euros: for tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed and Youth Card holders, with the proper documentation. You may only receive one discount. Sales in advance on this page or on the day of the show at Casa Árabe’s headquarters as of one hour before each session. SEATS ARE NOT ASSIGNED.
    In Spanish.
    Casa Árabe’s headquarters in Madrid is hosting the seventh session of this oral storytelling show for grown-ups, with stories about “genies.”
    The Arabian Nights are like a long-lasting kiss that stretches on to keep from dying. And by emulating Scheherazade in Madrid, Héctor Urién, a professional storyteller, will choose a different story from the fictional universe created in The Arabian Nights each month at Casa Árabe. With a contemporary sensitivity supported only by his voice, presence and discourse, he uses his art as a storyteller to take us on a journey from a Baghdad souk to the cave where a genie lives, from the islands of the Indian Ocean to the domains of the Serpent Queen.

    At each session, Héctor Urién uses a single word as a narrative thread which plays the role of the original “Open Sesame” to tell us some of the stories from The Arabian Nights related with that word in his own voice. On Saturday, February 24 (Night 7), the word will be “djinnis" (genies).
  • The Arabian Nights. Night 6 

    March 01, 20187:30 p.m. Approximate duration: 1 hour
    CóRDOBA
    Casa Árabe Auditorium (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). 7:30 p.m. Approximate duration: 1 hour 5 euros: general tickets at the box office.
    4 euros: for tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed and Youth Card holders, with the proper documentation. You may only receive one discount. Sales in advance on this page or on the day of the show at Casa Árabe’s headquarters as of one hour before each session. SEATS ARE NOT ASSIGNED.
    In Spanish.
    Casa Árabe’s headquarters in Córdoba is hosting the sixth session of this oral storytelling show for grown-ups, with stories about “seas.”
    The Arabian Nights are like a long-lasting kiss that stretches on to keep from dying. And by emulating Scheherazade in Madrid, Héctor Urién, a professional storyteller, will choose a different story from the fictional universe created in The Arabian Nights each month at Casa Árabe. With a contemporary sensitivity supported only by his voice, presence and discourse, he uses his art as a storyteller to take us on a journey from a Baghdad souk to the cave where a genie lives, from the islands of the Indian Ocean to the domains of the Serpent Queen.

    At each session, Héctor Urién uses a single word as a narrative thread which plays the role of the original “Open Sesame” to tell us some of the stories from The Arabian Nights related with that word in his own voice. On Thursday, March 22 (Night 6), the word will be “"seas".
  • Clash (Eshtebak) 

    March 02, 20187:30 p.m.
    MADRID
    Casa Árabe Auditorium (at Calle Alcalá, 62). 7:30 p.m. 5 euros: general tickets at the box office.
    4 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders, by showing the proper documentation.
    You may only receive one discount. Advance sales at www.casaarabe.es. Those tickets not sold online will be put on sale the day of the screening at the Casa Árabe headquarters as of one hour before each film is shown. Assigned seats with tickets
    Films shown in the original language version with subtitles in Spanish.
    Last screening in the film series which Casa Árabe has organized during the months of January and February at its headquarters in Madrid, with this award-winning Egyptian film by Mohamed Diab. 
    It is summer of 2013 in Cairo, two years beyond the Egyptian revolution: after the downfall of Islamist president Morsi, on a day of violent riots, a police van hauls off dozens of demonstrators with very different political and religious convictions. We can’t be sure whether they will manage to get over these differences in order to move forward.

    Awards and Festivals: Pilar Miró Award for Best New Director, Best Director of Photography (SEMINCI Film Festival of Valladolid, 2016); Critics’ Award for Best Feature Film, Best Photography and Best Editing (Carthage Film Festival, Tunisia, 2016); Best Feature Film (Zagreb Film Festival, 2016);  Audience Award for Best Film (International Film Festival of Kerala, India, 2016); Grand Prize and Audience Award for Best Feature Film (Scarborough Film Festival, Toronto, 2017); Best Film (Cinéma Vues d’Afrique Festival, Montreal, 2017); Best Film (Cinepolitica, Bucharest Film Festival, Romania, 2017).
  • The Arabian Nights. Night 8 

    March 24, 20187:30 p.m. Approximate duration: 1 hour
    MADRID
    Casa Árabe Auditorium (at Calle Alcalá, 62). 7:30 p.m. Approximate duration: 1 hour 5 euros: general tickets at the box office.
    4 euros: for tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed and Youth Card holders, with the proper documentation. You may only receive one discount. Sales in advance on this page or on the day of the show at Casa Árabe’s headquarters as of one hour before each session. SEATS ARE NOT ASSIGNED.
    In Spanish.
    Casa Árabe’s headquarters in Madrid is hosting the eighth session of this oral storytelling show for grown-ups, with stories about “seas.”
    The Arabian Nights are like a long-lasting kiss that stretches on to keep from dying. And by emulating Scheherazade in Madrid, Héctor Urién, a professional storyteller, will choose a different story from the fictional universe created in The Arabian Nights each month at Casa Árabe. With a contemporary sensitivity supported only by his voice, presence and discourse, he uses his art as a storyteller to take us on a journey from a Baghdad souk to the cave where a genie lives, from the islands of the Indian Ocean to the domains of the Serpent Queen.

    At each session, Héctor Urién uses a single word as a narrative thread which plays the role of the original “Open Sesame” to tell us some of the stories from The Arabian Nights related with that word in his own voice. On Saturday, March 24 (Night 8), the word will be “seas".