Zonazine: Documentary Film Club

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Pearse Street Library, Wednesday 7 August at 5.30pm 

Ainhoa, yo no soy esa  (Ainhoa, that’s not me) Spain, 2018. 98 mins. Subtitles in English.  Directed by Carolina Astudillo.

Ainhoa Mata Juanicotena was born into a family that filmed, recorded and photographed her life for many years. In her adolescence, at the end of the eighties, Ainhoa began to write what she did not want to tell anyone. The diaries of life that she kept until her death describe a woman that differs from the one her relatives and friends knew. Intimate diaries that reveal an infinity of themes linked to a feminine experience and that have inspired other women have written throughout history. No matter the geographical or temporal distance, issues, sensations and moods come together. Ainhoa, yo no soy esa is also an alternative account to the official history of the Spain of the nineties, told through the diaries of life of a woman.

For more information, contact Pearse Street Library. T. 6744888. E. pearsestreetlibrary@dublincity.ie

In association with the Instituto Cervantes Dublin.

About Zonazine

Instituto Cervantes Dublín have collected a series of documentaries that brings together four titles of 2018 Malaga Spanish Film Festival. This selection brings an all-female directors’ panel with titles that range from the found footage documentary to the biopic or political-sociological criticism. With a wide scope of approaches from a variety of geographical realities, we will see pieces by Catalan directors Liliana Torres and Sofía Escuder, Claudia Abend and Adriana Loeff from Uruguay, the veteran Argentinian documentary maker Carmen Guarini and the Chilean, based in Barcelona, Carolina Astudillo.

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