A mini-retrospective of Marc’s films will be held at Kinomax in Gorizia, Italy from 13 to 15 September.
Having shot his first film at the age of eight, Marc will talk to young aspiring cinematographers during a workshop on 14 September.
The retrospective is part of the Gorizia / Nova Gorica ‘European City of Culture 2025’. It is supported by Ramon Llull Institute, Catatonia Film Library, the Government of Catalonia, the Delegation of the Government of Catalonia in Italy, the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region, Go! 2025 public body.
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The complete retrospective of Marc Recha’s films will start on 11 October 2021 in Ljubljana and will take place till 29 October.
It is organised by Slovenian Cinematheque, Kinodvor and Isola Cinema in cooperation with Institut Ramon Llull, Filmoteca de Catalunya, Filmoteca de Valencia with support of Delegation of the Government of Catalonia in South Eastern Europe.
Other Q&A Session took place on 13 and 15 October at the Slovenian Kinoteka.
The Slovenian retrospective of Marc Recha’s films will kickoff with a screening of Dies d’agost at Kino Otok in Izola on 27 August.
The retrospective will continue in Kino Dvor and Kinoteka in Ljubljana in mid-October.
Retrospective of Marc Recha’s film opus will be shown at the Filmoteca de Catalunya from 6 to 18 April 2021. The opening night on 6 April 2021 will include a presentation by Marc Recha and Esteve Riambau (director of the Filmoteca de Catalunya). Additional presentation by Sergi Lopez, Xavier Pla and Pol Rodríguez will be on 15 April 2021.
Ana Stanič has been nominated as an expert to support the Capacity Building for European Capitals of Culture’ (ECOC) project.