Madrid, Bad Life

Madrid, Mala Vida

Spain, 2021, 14’

Recollecting the words of a ‘psycho-sociological study’ that took action against what was considered social deviance in Madrid circa 1900, the filmmakers bring to the fore a queer essay with ironic and militant tones that unlocks a new freedom of perspective.

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Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 24 Nov 2021
  • Time: 4:00 - 5:00

Location

MAD – Murate Art District
MAD – Murate Art District - Piazza delle Murate, 50122 Florence
Ignacio Ruiz Gómez, Isabela Bianchi, Pablo Adiego, María Gómez

Organizer

Ignacio Ruiz Gómez, Isabela Bianchi, Pablo Adiego, María Gómez

Ignacio Ruiz was born in Madrid in 1997. He first studied philosophy and then documentary film at ECAM. He currently lives in Berlin where he develops his work on topics related to gender and identity construction through photography, film and performance. Isabela Bianchi was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil. In 2017 she moved to Madrid to study documentary film at ECAM. Her work flirts vulgarly between pure aesthetics and audiovisual trash. Pablo Adiego Almudevar (Pamplona, 1995) graduated in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Navarra and later did the documentary film diploma at the Madrid Film School (ECAM). María Gómez began her academic training at the Madrid Film School (ECAM) in 2017 with the Diploma in Documentary Film. When she finished, she entered the Royal High School of Dramatic Art (RESAD) in the specialty of Stage Direction and Dramaturgy.

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