Collective residences


From Monday, 17 May 2021 to Monday, 31 May 2021

Writer, University Professor and PhD Researcher in Film Studies
Bellvís (Lleida)


Arnau Vilaró is a screenwriter, university professor and essayist. He was part of the management team of "Summer 1993" (2017) and, together with Carla Simón, has written "Alcarràs" (in the process of shooting), a film inspired in part by the childhood that Vilaró lived in a small village in Lleida. PhD in Film Studies from the UPF in Barcelona (2015), he is the author of the essay "La caricia del cine" (2017), he has dedicated his research to the study of French cinema and the revision of the work of Gilles Deleuze and has obtained predoctoral and postdoctoral research grants at Paris III - Sorbonne Nouvelle and at the Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas (IIE) of UNAM in Mexico, respectively. He has worked as a film critic and has been curator of programs for the Jeu de Paume Museum in Paris, Barcelona City Council and “La Caixa” Welfare Projects. He is currently a film professor at the UAB, ESCAC, UOC and UPF-Tecnocampus universities.


The script "Man and Days" ("Els homes i els dies") is based on the posthumous autofiction that David Vilaseca wrote between 1987 and 2010, before losing his life at the age of 45. The script focuses on a specific episode in David's life: before he turned 30, after reading a pioneering doctoral dissertation in queer studies at the University of London and putting an end a four-year relationship of infidelities, he decides to return to Barcelona, in full celebration of the Olympic Games. In Faberllull, I plan to tackle a first version of the script, strengthening the relationship between the three elements that define the character's psychology —family, writing, and sexuality— through which David interrogates his identity and begins a work of psychoanalysis that will obsess him all his life.

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