19 Aug

The Doctor Madrazo cultural center organizes a new cycle of eight films, which will be entitled The desire to travel . The projections will be offered on Mondays of July and August, in original subtitled version, and with free admission until full capacity is reached.

The cycle will be divided into two thematic blocks. The first, entitled Next Stop , consists of four films whose plots are developed in places of the world so inspiring that they end up becoming one more character. The four have as scenario those exotic and different destinations that we all dream of knowing ... and feeling like our own. Pack your bags, because we are going to Tokyo, Hawaii, Kenya or the French Riviera.

The second block is entitled More than science fiction, and its four films propose paths that lead us to other worlds. Some of those worlds appear as potentially real; others are, perhaps, parallel universes. In any case we always travel; to other planets, to other dimensions, within ourselves.

Monday, August 19: Children of men, by Alfonso Cuarón.

Year 2027: the human being is on the verge of extinction: men have lost the ability to procreate and it is unknown why all women on the planet have become sterile. At the same time, the world shudders when an 18-year-old boy dies, the youngest person on Earth. a situation of rampant chaos is therefore lives. In such circumstances, Theo (Clive Owen), a disillusioned ex-radical London activist turned bureaucrat, is hired by Julian (Julianne Moore) to protect a woman who can have the secret of humanity's salvation, the person most valuable on Earth ... (FILMAFFINITY)

Original title: Children of Men

Year: 2006

Duration: 105 min.

Country: UK

Address: Alfonso Cuarón

Screenplay: David Arata, Alfonso Cuarón, Timothy J. Sexton, Hawk Ostby, Mark Fergus (Novel: PD James)

Music: John Tavener

Photography: Emmanuel Lubezki

Cast: Clive Owen, Julianne Moore, Michael Caine, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Peter Mullan, Danny Huston, Clare-Hope Ashitey, Pam Ferris, Charlie Hunnam, Oana Pellea, Jacek Koman, Ed Westwick, Paul Sharma

Producer: Co-production United Kingdom-Japan-United States; Universal Pictures / Strike Entertainment / Hit & Run Productions / Toho-Towa

Genre: Science fiction. Intrigue. Thriller | Pandemics Dystopia


2006: 3 Oscar nominations: Best Adapted Screenplay, Photography, Editing
2006: 2 BAFTA Awards: Best production and photography design. 3 nominations
2006: Venice Film Festival: Best technical contribution (set design)
2006: New York Film Critics Circle: Nominated for Best Cinematography
2006: Los Angeles Critics Association: Best Cinematography. 2 nominations
2006: Chicago Film Critics Association: Best Cinematography
2007: South Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Film