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  • Film: "Freedom Fields" 

    May 07, 20217:30 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe Auditorium (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). 7:30 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at the Casa Árabe headquarters.
    4 euros for the general public at the Casa Árabe headquarters. 3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Pay for your ticket through our website (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card). 
    Films shown in the original language version with subtitles in Spanish (VOSE)

    We are showing this documentary by Naziha Arabi on Friday, May 7, to continue our film series on the tenth anniversary of the Arab Spring.  
    Freedom Fields, by Naziha Arebi
    (Libya, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, United States, Lebanon, Qatar, Canada. 2018, 97 min.) Documentary.
    In post-revolution Libya, a group of women has come together to achieve the dream they all share: playing soccer for their country. However, that country is mired in civil war, and the utopian hopes of the Arab Spring are drifting away.

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Although the map of Casa Árabe’s Auditorium in Madrid is displayed when you purchase your ticket, this activity will actually be take¡ing place at the Casa Árabe Auditorium in Cordoba. We apologize for any inconvenience. 
  • Film: "Time to Finish the Building"
    Hassan Fathy. © Aga Khan Trust for Culture _ Christopher Little

    Film: "Time to Finish the Building"

    May 07, 20217:30 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 up to the day of the screening at 12:00 p.m. Those tickets not sold online will be made available for purchase on the day of the screening at Casa Árabe’s headquarters, as of one hour before each screening (payment in cash or by debit/credit card). Assigned seats with tickets.

    The decision on whether to hold this activity in person will depend upon the health situation at the time. Thank you for your patience.  
    Films shown in the original language version with subtitles in Spanish.
    Friday, May 7 is the last chance to enjoy this documentary at our Madrid headquarters. The film, produced by the Al Jazeera Documentary Channel, gives us a closer look at the life of Egyptian architect Hassan Fathy. 

    Time to Finish the Building, by the Al Jazeera Documentary Channel         
    (Qatar, 52 min) Documentary
    Plot summary: Hassan Fathy’s name forms an essential part of the tale of Egypt’s cultural history and the history of world architecture. His work is known for employing a sustainable form of architecture created in accordance with the surrounding environment, using local resources while meeting the needs of inhabitants. This documentary, the only biographical film that exists about the architect, introduces this personage in his own era, with unique footage of Fathy within his own setting, and with multiple testimonials from disciples and friends who shared his work and intellectual concerns.

    Screening held with the collaboration of: Al Jazeera Documentary Channel 
     
  • Games of Al-Andalus workshop 

    May 08, 20216:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe’s central courtyard (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). 6:00 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at the headquarters.
    3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Pay for your ticket through our website (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card).  
    In Spanish.
    On Saturday, May 8, as part of the Nights of Ramadan, we will be giving this workshop, where you can learn about and play board games from Al-Andalus, taught by SextoMario. Registration has now begun.  

    Although the Muslim religion forbids games with wagering, various games imported from the East were played in Al-Andalus.

    During this activity, those attending will get the chance to learn and play Andalusian board games, which were for the most part developed on the basis of formerly existing games even more ancient, originally created in Egypt or Mesopotamia, including some which have been handed down to us, like: backgammon, alquerque (qirkat), mancala and the hyena chase.
     
  • Film. Double session: "Hide and Seek" and "Queens of Syria" 

    May 14, 20217:30 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe Auditorium (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). 7:30 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at the Casa Árabe headquarters.
    4 euros for the general public at the Casa Árabe headquarters. 3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Pay for your ticket through our website (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card). 
    Films shown in the original language version with subtitles in Spanish (VOSE)
    As part of our film series about the Arab Spring, on Friday, May 14, we will be holding this double feature session with two documentary films. Tickets are now being sold online.  
    El juego del escondite (Hide and Seek), by David Muñoz 
    (Spain, 2015, 23 minutes) Documentary short.
    A film crew travels to Lebanon to make a film about the game of “Hide and Seek” at a Syrian refugee settlement. Fatouma Al Hussein, a resident at the informal settlement of “Fayda 15”  is followed by the camera.  She thus journeys through the makeshift dwellings amid the ruins of a factory where a group of Syrian families have sought refuge, fleeing from the war. 

    Queens of Syria, by Yasmin Fedda
    United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, 2014, 70 min). Documentary
    Fifty women from Syria, all forced into exile in Jordan, meet in the fall of 2013 to create and produce their own version of “The Trojan Women,” a Greek tragedy by Euripides that deals with the difficult situation for women in wartime.

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Although the map of Casa Árabe’s Auditorium in Madrid is displayed when you purchase your ticket, this activity will actually be take¡ing place at the Casa Árabe Auditorium in Cordoba. We apologize for any inconvenience.


      
  • Film: "The Earth" 
    Fotograma de "La tierra"

    Film: "The Earth" 

    May 14, 20217:30 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 up to the day of the screening at 12:00 p.m. Those tickets not sold online will be made available for purchase on the day of the screening at Casa Árabe’s headquarters, as of one hour before each screening (payment in cash or by debit/credit card). Assigned seats with tickets.

    The decision on whether to hold this activity in person will depend upon the health situation at the time. Thank you for your patience.  
    Films shown in the original language version with subtitles in Spanish.
    The screenings of the film series dedicated to "Great Figures in a New Era" continue in Madrid. On this occasion, we will be able to enjoy a fictional feature film directed by Youssef Chahine.  

    The Earth [Al-Ard] by Youssef Chahine
    (Egypt, 1969, 130 min.) Fiction.
    Plot summary: Under the monarchy in the 1930s, the peasants in a Nile Delta village live peacefully until one day when the stipulated irrigation quotas, long insufficient, are modified and reduced from ten to five days to favor the feudal landowners. As a result of this decision, hidden underlying conflicts rise to the surface within the community, which rallies around Abu Sualem, an old peasant respected by everyone. A riot breaks out but is violently repressed by the authorities.