Inhabiting the Mediterranean Film Cycle

CinemaIVAM Centre Julio González

On the occasion of the exhibition Inhabiting the Mediterranean, the IVAM presents a film cycle that combines a careful selection of films about the 20th century with the presence of several specialists, seeking to enrich and expand reflection about the exhibition’s subject: cities as physical and mental spaces that shape the way we are, both individually and collectively, and the Mediterranean as a meeting point for neighbouring cultures or as an exclusion border.


Saturday 2 February, from 11.30 am to 2.00 pm
On the coast: Mediterranean landscapes

Du côté de la côte, Agnès Varda, 1959. 24 min
Méditerranée, Jean-Daniel Pollet, 1963. 45 min
Bassae, Jean-Daniel Pollet, 1964. 10 min
Méditerranées, Olivier Py, 2010. 32 min


Saturday 2 February, from 6.00 to 9.00 pm
Gods and monsters: the presence of the past

Le mépris, Jean-Luc Godard, 1963. 103 min


Sunday 3 February, from 11.30 am to 2.00 pm
Port to port: Mediterranean cities

Impressions du port de Marseille, László Moholy-Nagy, 1929. 9 min
À propos de Nice, Jean Vigo, 1930. 25 min
Vibración en Granada, José Val del Omar, 1935. 20 min


Sunday 3 February, from 6.00 to 9.00 pm

Where the city changes its name

Atlal, Djamel Kerkar, 2017. 111 min


Inhabiting the Mediterranean

29 nov. 2018 – 14 apr. 2019
ExhibitionIVAM Centre Julio González