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Inside the brain

Film cycle as part of the exhibition “Brain(s)”

The human brain has long been a prolific source of inspiration for cinema, which has made forays into the human mind and raised questions that scientists are still investigating today. This cycle provides a very small sample of such films, tackling subjects as fundamental to our existence as the possibilities of manipulating the mind, the power of dreams, the effects of memory and the limits of artificial intelligence.

All the cycle's screenings will be accompanied by talks, given by expert professionals and based on the issues raised by the films.

This activity is part of Brain(s)

Previous activities

"Ex Machina" by Alex Garland

Screening and talk by Ana Freire

"Paprika" by Satoshi Kon

Screening and talk by Alex Iranzo

"Memento" by Christopher Nolan

Screening and talk by José Luis Trejo

Brain Film Fest short film selection / Solé Tura Award

Screening as part of the exhibition “Brain(s)”

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"The Manchurian Candidate" by John Frankenheimer

Screening and talk with Celia Andreu-Sánchez

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