From 8 May 2012 to 13 May 2012
With the collaboration of: CCCB, Generalitat de Catalunya, Department of Culture and the Media, ICUB, Videolab, Cintex
OVNI takes a look at today’s situation of conflict, over and above immediate economic and political issues—the persistence of forgetting. It is based on two principal works, The Mahabharata by Peter Brook and La Commune by Peter Watkins, contextualized by a series of videos that reflect the present day.
This programme sets out to review some of the most worrying realities of our times, specifically the experience of conflict with power and the imminence of escalating confrontation. It is a conflict that goes beyond the field of politics to affect the very notion of civilization and seems to emanate from within human nature.
Opening: 8 May at 8.30 p.m. Forgetting Intro (70 min.)
This year’s edition includes screenings, interventions, debates and workshops. Consult the programme at www.desorg.org
From 7 p.m. to 12 midnight, 8 to 13 May
Simultaneous screenings in the Foyer and Auditorium. Spanish and Catalan subtitles.
About The Mahabarata, conversation with Jean-Claude Carrière
Abu-Ali, Toni Cots, Stefano Casella
Peter Brook – Jean-Claude Carrière
Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu
Solutions Locales pour un Désordre Global
Erhal – Vés-te'n- Diari de la plaça Tahrir
La Barcelona que no se ve, la que se esconde
27 de mayo de 2011 Plaça Catalunya 15Mbcn.tv
Now I become Death, the Destroyer of the Worlds
Interventions, debate and workshops
Interventions and debates: in the Foyer at 10 p.m.
Workshops: 11 to 13 May. Mirador hall. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Roar_ Revolution as a Co-Creative Process
With Jérôme Roos
With Alfred Decker
Dos Tahrir: llums a El Caire, ombres a Bagdad
With the collectives GRECS & OVQ
OVNI Archive consultations: 5 p.m. to 12 midnight. Foyer.
During the screenings, visitors will be able to consult the archives, containing some 2,000 audiovisual documents.
The holdings will be available for consultation at 20 terminals installed in the Foyer of the CCCB during OVNI and at www.desorg.org. After the festival, high-quality online viewing will increase to 800 works, original and subtitled versions, becoming one of the principal Internet audiovisual archives.