The memories of Barcelona ’92 are still very much alive, memories of events that deeply marked a generation. Boys and girls who grew up induced by the wave of optimism and celebration of the Olympic Games. But where is that splendor? Cobi is dying in lonely fountains, the Palau d’Esports is a refuge for homeless people… Did Barcelona ’92 really exist? Where is the wealth that was promised? Weren’t we the center of the world? Raquel Barrera poses a film that is also the declaration of an imperfect love. The one with the director and the city. A place that, beyond great ceremonies, she opened her arms to when she, at eighteen, discovered herself a lesbian.
Presented by the director
She studied Audiovisual Communication at the UAB, Film Direction at the Center for Film Studies of Catalonia and Actor Direction at the URL. Her first feature film, Camino a Bollywood, premiered at Sitges Festival. She later directed the series Antropologia, shot in Super 8. After shooting several short films, video clips and spots, she premiered the documentary La niña del gancho, and is currently developing her next film, L’home més pacific del món.
Filmography: Pineda'92 (short, 2022, D'A 2022), La niña del gancho (2016), La segunda primera cita (short, 2016), Zombie Loser (short, 2011), Camino a Bollywood (2006)