Addressing the need to revise the structure of film, the arts, and cinematographic spaces, the KEMAR programme is proposing participatory research practices: screenings, audiovisual exploration workshops, performances, and conversations.

We demand space for the free movement of our imaginations and so that film practice and presentation exist as areas of friction and spaces for reflection on our realities.

Since 2022, the programme has brought together artists, filmmakers, citizens, activists, and associations in a collective process of self-training and knowledge production.

Photo: Unai Ruiz Ameztoy

  • Actives
  • Mediation
Date of resolution:
December 2023