Spanish animation takes pride of place with the From Doodles to Pixels project that looks back at more than 100 years of evolution. The Stamp of the Artist is a programme presenting artistic experimentations from the '70s up until today.
In the '50s, most Spanish animation was made on a trial and error basis. During the '70s, many filmmakers were more attracted to the fine art scene than to feeding the demand for small screen content.
Discover the works from animators like Iván Zulueta, José Antonio Sistiaga, Rafael Ruiz Balerdi, Frederic Amat and many others who turned their back on the mainstream in order to create what they wanted to.
From Doodles to Pixels, curated by Carolina López, is a coproduction of the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona CCCB and Acción Cultural Española AC/E.
With the support of Filmoteca de Catalunya, Filmoteca Española, Movierecord, Tres60BCN and Lobster Films.