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Maivi and Amaia Morrás, Madalen Antolín and Maite López de la Calle. / pedro urresti

Begin, on the School of Architects, of the ladies, cinema and metropolis cycle. The Campos theater hosted the perfect melodies of Hollywood and Broadway

Txema Soria

One of the best factor on these chilly and wet days is to take shelter inside a cinema and revel in film. Too dangerous there are hardly any theaters left within the cities. Fortunately there are entities such because the Official School of Basque-Navarro Architects, whose president of the Delegation in Bizkaia is Asier Benavides, who’re dedicated to displaying movies each final Wednesday of the month.

Yesterday afternoon, on the School headquarters, the ladies, cinema and metropolis cycle started. Curated by Eneko Lorente, it consists of six movies -will be screened on this first semester- directed by girls, wherein city and civic points are addressed from a gender perspective, overlaying matters starting from work and day by day life, adolescence and maturity, sexual identification and variety, loneliness or sickness, as Maite Lorenzo identified earlier than the screening of the movie with which this cycle started. Along with Coixet’s movie, movies by Iciar Bollain, Agnés Varda, Claire Simón, Andréa Bescond and Sally Porter will likely be screened.

Verónica Pineda, Arantza Quintana, Mari Cruz Gorostiza, Xabier Aparicio, Montse Mas, Marcos Vallejo, Juan Antonio Antolín, Maite López de la Calle, Amaia Morrás, Madalen Antolín and Maivi Morrás, who was dean of the School of Architects, attended the opening ceremony. . Nieves Díaz, Begoña González, Mari Carmen Díez, Bene Fernández, Itxaso Martínez, José Ramón Morejón, Maite Ruiz, Blanca Martín, Begoña Urkiza, Idoia Herero, Ricardo Suso and Ana Contreras got here up.

Additionally yesterday afternoon, the Broadway Symphony Orchestra provided a musical program primarily based on world-famous Hollywood movies and Broadway musicals on the Teatro Campos Elíseos. Attendees have been in a position to benefit from the soundtracks of films like ‘Star Wars’, ‘Grease’, ‘Harry Potter’. ‘West Facet Story’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, ‘Indiana Jones’ or ‘Moulin Rouge’.

The occasion was attended by José Luis Tilve, Yolanda Fernández, Ramón and Argi Alkiza, José Luis González, Nati Joyera, Milagros Contreras, Evc a Díez, Mari Cruz López, Francisco Polo, Susana Velasco, Gorka Quintanilla, María Jesús Fontecha and Begoña Álamo. Otxu Garitazelaia, María José Gorrotxategi, Emilie Décimo, Iñaki Asenjo, José Luis Sáez, Adela Pecino, Marisol Bejarano, Valentín Garmilla, Roberto Marigorta, Mari Carmen Fernández, Virginia Tamayo and Tamara Gómez have been current.

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