SUN 03 SEPT
The Muse ART GALLERY
269 Portobello Road, W11 1LR





Documentary films



6pm – 10.30pm


Gurumbe, Canciones De Tu Memoria Negra Miguel Angel Rosales 72 mins 12A
Giving voice to its Afro Andalusian memorues, Gurumbe leads us to question Spanish identity, reminding us that Africa is weaved into its fabric. Documentary Spain

La Ciudad De Las Mujeres (The City Of Women) Vicky Calavia 51 mins 12A
The City of Women puts its look on diverse women who develop their work and vocation in the city of Zaragoza, either because they were born and live here or they had chosen this city to be established. Documentary Spain

Mercedes Carbonell And The Woman In The Golden Sky Dawe & Mercedes Carbonell 22 minutes
A portrait of Mercedes Carbonell’s work and journey, overcoming truma and back to happiness. Finding spirituality with an understanding of her work, body, and sexuality. Documentary London, England

Welcome To Kandos Fran Tinley 33 minutes U
When a cutting edge contemporary art festival takes over a dying cement-producing town in rural Australia culture clash and culture cringe give way to the transformative power of art. Art Documentary Australia

Nobody Dies Here Ici, Personne Ne Meurt Simon Panay 23 mins 12A
Perma gold mine, Benin. Some dream to find something, others realized there was nothing to be found. Some dig relentlessly hoping to become rich, others died in the process. And a few of them say that here, nobody dies. Documentary France

Balkan Royal Kevork Aslanyan 20 minutes U
Peter Dimitrov, a graduateded orchestra conductor, working in the field of selling and restoring pianos, believes that someday, he will become a well known conductor. Documentary Bulgaria

District Zero Pablo Iraburu & Jorge Fernández Mayoral & Pablo Tosco 67 minutes 15
What’s hidden inside the smartphone of a refugee? It contains clues to a refugee’s memories, past, identity and some contacts from the world he had to flee from. This film narrates the daily life of a tiny mobile phone shop in one of the largest refugee camps in the world. Documentary Spain




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