The Gandules edition of 2019 focuses on parallel universes, time travel or abolition of rational order. This year's cycle, curated by the film critic Jordi Costa, is inspired by the "Quantum" exhibition of the CCCB. And it is that the concepts derived from the third great revolution in the history of cosmology have infiltrated the field of popular culture, inspiring the creation of new imaginaries in fantasy genre fiction, and putting in crisis the traditional conception of all story model. The revelations of quantum physics lead us to think of bifurcations and multiplicities, in parallel realities and unstable identities, connecting with some radical expositions of a philosophy of postmodernity that detected the expiration of the great unitary narratives. Those stories that had served to the human being to understand itself and to orient itself in front of the imposing enigmas of the real thing.

In this edition of Gandules, 9 films will be screened

This August, the CCCB's summer cinema proposes nine films in which concepts derived from the quantum revolution have inspired the creation of new imaginaries.

August 6, 2019
High Life by Claire Denis

August 7, 2019
Twin Peaks: Fire walks with me by David Lynch

August 8, 2019
Help the human eye by Velasco Broca, Julián Génisson and Lorena Iglesias

August 13, 2019
Uncle Boonmee remembers his past lives (Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives) by Apichatpong Weerasethakul

August 14, 2019
Symbol (Shinboru) by Hitoshi Matsumoto

August 15, 2019
Mind Game (Maindo Gêmu) by Masaaki Yuasa and Koji Morimoto

August 20, 2019
Fish and Cat (Mahi va gorbeh) by Shahram Mokri

August 21, 2019
Donnie Darko by Richard Kelly

August 22, 2019
Je t'aime, je t'aime by Alain Resnais + La Jetée by Chris Marker

Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10 pm at the Pati de les Dones. Free entrance. Limited capacity. In case of rain, the session will be moved to the CCCB Hall.

A quantum musical playlist

You can help create a quantum musical playlist. Share your quantum songs in #Gandules19 or add the title of your quantum song to the playlist of Spotify Cançons quàntiques - Gandules'19 that will sound every night before the screening.