D’A doubles its commitment to world premiere cinema with a good dose of films that will be seen publicly for the first time as part of the Barcelona festival. There are many new creations by Catalan and Spanish filmmakers, and the audience of the event will have the opportunity to discover them exclusively and become the first thermometer for other festivals and cinema halls. In total, we will offer 25 world premieres, including features and short films scheduled for D’A 2024.

Among the most outstanding proposals:

  • Un lugar común: The long-awaited first opera by the Catalan Celia Giraldo, starring Eva Llorach, mb a film about a woman who lives immersed in a routine that breaks the day she is fired.
  • Orandi: The artist Serafín Teja debuts in the feature film with a free and poetic proposal that departs from any convention.
  • Las largas sombras: Clara Roquet (director of Libertad), promises intense emotions with a series produced by Disney+. The first episode of this thriller, with a stellar cast led by Elena Anaya, Belén Cuesta, Irene Escolar and Marta Etura, will be seen for the first time on D’A screens.
  • Mamífera: The third film of Liliana Torres is also the closing of her self-fiction trilogy. It is not a world premiere but a European one, as it arrives at D’A after having premiered at SXSW in Austin, where Maria Rodríguez Soto won the award for best actress.
  • Solo arrojaron: Adrià Pagès Molina‘s first feature film is a beautiful story of friendship between two musicians whom we accompany on a peculiar journey through the landscapes of Empordà.
  • Reír, cantar, tal vez llorar: If there is a director who will feel at home, this is Marc Ferrer, who has premiered all his films at the festival. He returns to the streets of the Raval, a neighborhood he has turned into the center of his creative universe.
  • Short films: The sessions of Un Impulso Colectivo and Simfonies de Ciutat include several world premieres, some of them by renowned filmmakers such as Carolina Astudillo, Ignacio Acconcia or Alba Bresolí, and others to discover, such as the collectives La Espera and Les Daines.