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Film festivals and events of various kinds are held in the Three Cultures screening hall (with more than 200 seats), an ideal space for their dissemination. Hence the diversity of such events hosted as collaboration projects. Special engagements are also planned, with debates and roundtable discussions.
‘Andalucine Juvenile Cear’ young cinema production awards at Tres Culturas
This competition aims to boost creativity amongst the youths of Andalusia through the use of the new technologies while at the same time raising their awareness about racism, xenophobia and homophobia.
‘At first sight’ short film session in collaboration with the Creative Encounters of the Azimut Association
The Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) hosts the screening of this series of documentaries produced by youngsters from different Mediterranean countries.
Tres Culturas once again collaborates with the 2019 Tarifa-Tangiers African Film Festival
Different matters such as the diasporas, black resistance, human rights and immigration, identity and black feminism will be present in the festival’s offerings.
Premiere of `Ocultas e Impecables. Las Sinsombrero 2´ at Tres Culturas
Documentary directors Manuel Jiménez and Tánia Balló will take part in the presentation, accompanied by Amparo Rubiales, as president of the Social Committee of the UPO, and journalist Lalia Santiago.
Cinema: Les contes de la nuit (Tales of the Night)
“Les contes de la nuit” recounts six short stories presented by animated 3-D silhouettes: The Werewolf, Tijean and Unknown Beauty,
Cinema Tuesday: Short films session. Festival Andalesgai
Our companions at the Andalusian lesbian, gay bisexual and trans film festival, Andalesgai, have prepared a selection of the best
Cinema Tuesday in December. Collaboration with the Andalesgai Festival
For the ninth straight year cooperation between the Three Cultures Foundation and the Andalesgai Festival is marked by screenings of
Cinema Tuesday: Quand on a 17 ans (Being 17)
Tom is the adopted son of two farmers in southwest France. When his mother falls ill he is helped by
Cinema Tuesday. Screening of “Off Frame”
In the context of the decade for recognising descendants of the African diaspora launched by the UN in 2015, thereby
Screening of the film “Adiós Carmen” in Los Palacios y Villafranca
The Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation has arranged a screening the film Adiós Carmen, directed by Mohamed Benamraoui, thereby