WEEKEND OF 30 SEPTEMBER AND 1 OCTOBER. Opening

Saturday 30 September

10.30am to 1.30pm
Photographic activities for the family.
With the participation of photographic group El Gra.
In the Old Station of Rubí

Saturday 30 September

11.30am
Guided tour.

A walk through Rubí to visit the photographic works exhibited in the streets. The Festival Director, Carles Mercader, will explain the approach to this year's festival.
Meeting point: Old Station of Rubí

THURSDAY OCTOBER 5

7.30pmh
Theatre
Ballad of sexual dependence
La Sala Theatre

FRIDAY OCTOBER 5.


19.30 h
Inaugural conference
Lecture by Egyptian photographer Laura El-Tantawy. Opening party
Official opening of the festival
Municipal Museum Castell (MMUC)

SATURDAY OCTOBER 7

11.30am
Guided tour.

A walk through Rubí to visit the photographic works exhibited in the streets. The Festival Director, Carles Mercader, will explain the approach to this year's festival.
Meeting point: Old Station of Rubí

SATURDAY OCTOBER 14

11.30am
Guided tour.

A walk through Rubí to visit the photographic works exhibited in the streets. The Festival Director, Carles Mercader, will explain the approach to this year's festival.
Meeting point: Old Station of Rubí

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18

7.30pm
Lecture by Irene de Mendoza,
curator of the CCCB exhibition "Fenómeno Fotolibro"
Library Auditorium of Rubí

FRIDAY OCTOBER 20

20.00 h
SCREEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND SCREEN
Introduction: Poetry recital by Miriam Reyes
Audiovisual works.
Espai NUUS

SATURDAY OCTOBER 21

11.30am
Guided tour.

A walk through Rubí to visit the photographic works exhibited in the streets. The Festival Director, Carles Mercader, will explain the approach to this year's festival.
Meeting point: Old Station of Rubí

FRIDAY OCTOBER 27

19:30 h
"Narrate the light, achieve its echo" Juanan Requena's conference with Enric Montes.
Photographers talk about the creative process in photography.
Closing party
Municipal Museum Castell (MMUC)

SATURDAY 28 AND SUNDAY 29 OCTOBER

10.00- 2.00 and 4.00-8.00pm
Workshop with Juanan Requena "The Goal is the Way"
Municipal Museum Castell (MMUC)