Preámbulo is proud to present “8M: Documentary Looks”, an event that commemorates International Women’s Day with a selection of powerful documentaries directed by women. Through this, it seeks to explore diverse aspects of sexuality, cultural impositions and the female experience in the creative process.

Preámbulo: A Celebration of Cinema and Women

During this Wednesday, March 6, Thursday, March 7 and Saturday, March 9, cinephiles will have the opportunity to reflect on the meaning of 8M while enjoying special programming. This is a tribute to the vital role women play both in front of and behind the camera.

Inspirational Stories

The series kicks off on Wednesday 6 at 7 p.m. with “Children of the Mist” by Ha Le Diem (Vietnam, 2021). This moving story follows a 13-year-old girl who struggles to convince her parents that education is not a waste of time. A moving narrative, recommended for ages 12 or older.

On Thursday, March 7, also at 7 pm, “Apolonia, Apolonia” by Lea Glob (Denmark, Poland, France, 2002) is presented. A captivating portrait of a young and talented artist who faces the challenges of the art world. For people over 18.

On Saturday 9, in collaboration with Amon Cultural, they will exhibit part of the Archive of the Image collection and several Costa Rican short films. Starting at 2 pm, attendees will be able to enjoy works such as “Irma” by Michele Ferris and “Alunizaje” by Melany Mora. An opportunity to explore the diversity of national cinema, suitable for all audiences. Besides, they will close with the exhibition of “Female Pleasure” by Barbara Miller (Switzerland, Germany). A powerful narrative that follows five courageous women fighting for their sexual liberation in the 21st century. One deep reflection, suitable for those over 18 years of age.

At Preamble, they are committed to promoting art and culture, as well as celebrating the diversity and empowerment of women in the film industry. They invite everyone to join in celebrating International Women’s Day with “Documentary Glances” and national cinema.

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