12 October 2013 to 12 January 2014. Saturdays,19.30
Spellbound still, film by Alfred Hitchcock
The Museum has organised a new film cycle, on this occasion based around the exhibition Surrealism and the Dream. Among the films to be shown are masterpieces of Surrealist cinema, including Un chien andalou by Luis Buñuel and Man Ray’s L’Etoile de Mer, in addition to others that focus on the life of Surrealist artists, including the documentary Leonora Carrington. The Surrealist Game. Also to be shown are Spellbound by Hitchcock, with sets by Dalí, Dream of Eternal Love by Henry Hathaway and Dreams that money can buy, the making of which involved Man Ray and Max Ernst. In the final session, José Luis Cuerda will present his film Amanece, que no es poco. Films will be shown on Saturdays in the Museum’s Auditorium, from 12th October until the exhibition ends. Entry is free until all seats are filled. Invitations can be collected from an hour and a half prior to the start of each film at the Information Desk (maximum 2 tickets per person). All films are shown in original version with subtitles.