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Trick or treat, or the night of the dead that we are very much alive. Here you will find a list of the most outstanding activities in which you can participate on the eve of All Saints' Eve and, some of them, even more days. To put you in situation, it wouldn't be bad if you first go to a chestnut and sweet potato stall, and then buy some panellets, or the other way around; to keep traditions alive. Then go up to Tibidabo or Montjuïc if you want, leave Barcelona with the whole family to visit Catalonia in miniature, go to the cinema or theater, or get ready to dance the night away.
Children, Cinema, Concerts, Experiences, Shows
In the 2nd edition of the festival, youth literature of fantastic genres is reinforced, the relationship between mental health and fantastic genres is evident, activities beyond books increase, proposals related to cinema, series and other arts are expanded, and the presence of European references in a non-English language is highlighted.
Book presentations, Conference/Debates, Exhibitions, Festival
Expoelectric is the most important event for electric vehicles and renewable energy in southern Europe. Its objective is to lead the energy transition in the mobility and renewable energy sector towards a new, cleaner energy model. The event offers free activities for the whole family, as well as useful information for visitors on how to join the energy transition.
Children, Conference/Debates, Trade fair/Congress
The Festival de Cinema Jueu in Barcelona began its journey in 1999 (this year reaches its 24th edition) with the intention of making known in Barcelona the cinema and culture of Jewish theme.
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Poblenou Urban District, the cultural association that has been promoting art and creativity in the Poblenou district for more than ten years, celebrates the third edition of AR-DE, a free access circuit to galleries, showrooms and museums in the cultural and creative district from Barcelona.
Panoràmic is a festival that explores the relationship between the still image and the moving image. And it does so through photography, cinema and the new disciplines that express themselves with images. This year, the main theme of the Panoràmic Festival is the landscape.
Cinema, Conference/Debates, Exhibitions
Cinema 3/99 is a CCCB screening program created for audiences of all ages: from 3 to 99 years old. In this program there will be room for animation films, video art and artists' cinema. The screenings of this new session focus on the private life of toys
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