Pavelló Screen Cinema cycle


The Pavelló Screen Cinema cycle brings us closer to the relationship between the built space and the inhabitants that reside there. Architecture, and with it the cities, influences the way we live in the same way that rules of coexistence and laws do. The Mies van der Rohe Foundation offers a tour of different cities and their representation in the cinema with projections directly on the travertine marble of the Pavilion.

The program of this edition includes three films that open the debate on depopulation and overcrowding in a context of diversity of life options that have been rethought as a result of the pandemic.


  • 12/07/2021: Tierras construidas, by Arturo Dueñas (Spain, 2019, 81 minutes)
  • 02/08/2021: En construcción, by José Luis Guerin (Spain, 2000, 125 minutes)
  • 06/09/2021: El cielo gira, by Mercedes Álvarez (Spain, 2004, 105 minutes)