A silent documentary of a day in the life of Berlin in the 1920s, capturing the chaotic times amid the Weimar Republic and juxtaposing the lives, rich and poor, in one of Europe’s most fascinating cities from early in the morning to the deepest night.
Length: 65 minutes
Director: Walter Ruttmann
Led by British Council teachers, participants share this emotional novel, her fifth for young adults.
Hector Monterrubio, Blanca García Sanz, Florencio Santos Galán, Fuencisla Valverde Abad, José Domingo Pardillos, Judith Pérez Mayo, Federico González Álvarez, Miguel Ángel Jiménez Galán, Guillermo Herrero
The Segovia Association of Booksellers provide a who’s who of the guests at this year’s Hay Festival Segovia 2017. The event will be introduced by Héctor Monterrubio, director of the Segovia Association of Booksellers and owner of Ícaro. Also participating will be representatives of the following Segovia bookshops: Antares, Diagonal, Punto y Línea, Intempestivos, Ícaro Segovia, Ícaro La Granja, Silver, Entre Libros, Cambra and Cervantes.
Four VIP passes will be lotteried during the event.
After returning from a concentration camp, Susanne finds an ex-soldier living in her apartment. Together the two try to move past their experiences during WWII.
Length: 85 minutes
Director: Wolfgang Staudte