A WORLD WITHOUT ELECTRICITY OR GASOLINE
The Errata Naturae publishing house interrupts its publications –until autumn? – because the coronavirus crisis is the occasion “to reflect” on an unsustainable production system. Good time to read
In the heart of the forest,
from the American Jean Hegland – came out on the third day of confinement – where, after a pandemic and a war, in a world without electricity or gasoline, two brothers, 17 and 18 years old, live in the forest.
392 pages. On paper, € 21.90
THE HAY FESTIVAL IS DIGITAL
The Hay Festival, the most important literary festival in the world, is held virtually until May 31. Opportunity to listen to great authors, with special attention to scientists who talk about the virus. Today, Juan Cárdenas, Elif Shafak, James Shapiro or a dialogue between Philippe Sands and Stephen Fry. In English.
ROLLING STONES, THIS TIME AT HYDE PARK
Within your cycle Extra Licks! Framed in the #stayhome campaign, the Rolling Stones continue to hang digitally and for the first time what they call six episodes (today, the Sweet Summer Sun Performances, recorded in London’s Hyde Park) with some of the most memorable concerts of the band around of the world, such as the legendary Voodoo Lounge tour of 1994 or the Latin America Ole! Tour of 2016. At 9pm.
ROCÍO MÁRQUEZ, IN MUSIC IN SEGURA
The singer Rocío Márquez offers an exclusive concert from Seville to close the Online Spring of the Música en Segura festival. She will sing live accompanied by guitarist Juan Antonio Suárez Canito
and will perform songs from his latest album from 12 noon
Seen on Thursday.
A VISUAL RAPODY
First exhibition of the Network of Art Museums of Catalonia. From a selection of thirty works from different collections, journalist and art critic Montse Frisach proposes an itinerary in which art and music go hand in hand. From the Saint Cecilia from Tiepolo to The earth of angels or Flat fleet, with which Joaquim Chancho paid tribute to the Italian jazzman Enrico Rava.
ALFREDO JAAR REMEMBERED MANU DIBANGO
On the record player Soul Makossa, One of the first global successes of African music, whose author, Manu Dibango, died on March 24 in Paris from the Covid-19. Alfredo Jaar, who believes in the healing power of music, invites us to dance with him as he tells his story on the screen and reflects on politics, culture and art.
TWENTY-OLD WOMAN HARASSED BY HER THIRTEEN ‘
Filmin exclusively releases the film
We go way back
(2006), the directorial debut of Lynn Shelton, the great prophet of American indie comedy with jewels like
My sister’s friend
and recently passed away at age 54. The film wanders between drama and surrealism to weave the story of a 23-year-old girl haunted by her disappointed ‘me’ of 13.
SPRINGSTEEN, SPIRITUAL GUIDE
Gurinder Chadha, director of
I want to be like Beckham
, provides a feel good movie Set in England in the late 1980s, a teenager of Pakistani descent learns to live and understand his family through the music of Bruce Springsteen.
Blinded by the light
It is entertaining, although there are plenty of musical numbers.
Children and youth
Today, like every Sunday at 10 pm, two members of Planeta Impro, the company based in the Teatreneu, share their improvisations and laughs on their social networks. Impro Show Home Edition. A unique show of humor and genius. They don’t rehearse but they help you train your mental agility as a family. With reverse locker.
“Little stories, big women” is the co-organized work of nine museums designed to offer stories – in video format – that explain stories of relevant female figures, from Gertrude Stein to Nalini Manini or Carolina Montagne. A video is even dedicated to the dreaded 18th century pirate, Anne Bonny. At 12 o’clock. After the broadcast, the videos are kept in view.