An opportunity to see Ana Marisali's 1964 film "El Camino" and participate in a workshop lead by the head of Cannes Classics.
Just Film Industry Days will be showing renowned Spanish film pioneer Ana Mariscal's 1964 film "El Camino" on November 14th at 14:30 in Apollo Cinema. This film has also been featured in the Cannes Classics programme at the Cannes Film Festival. The head of Cannes Classics Gérald Duchaussoy will also be present and will run a masterclass together with Davic Garcia, the son of Ana Mariscal and the restorer of the same film.
In the masterclass, Garcia and Duchaussoy will discuss the restoration of the film, the preservation of its legacy, and Garcia will share insights into the filmmaking process, drawing from his childhood memories. Both the film screening and the masterclass are free of charge, but pre-registration is required to secure your seat, which can be done HERE.
Ana Mariscal's "El Camino" offers an authentic glimpse into Spain during the Franco era. This film is considered a precise representation of the challenges and pressures faced by people living in villages similar to the film's protagonist. In addition to capturing the everyday life, inhabitants, and landscapes of that era, the film features a superb ensemble cast. The film holds significant historical and contemporary relevance, making it a worthwhile experience for all viewers.