The Andalusian Center of Letters (CAL), dependent on the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports, is organizing a screening of the film this Friday at 6:00 pm at the headquarters of the Andalusian Film Library in Córdoba. adele’s life by Abdellatif Kechiche, based on the graphic novel by author Julie Maroh and introduced by Professor Rocío Troya. This activity, with free entry until capacity is reached, is titled ‘Graphics!’ Part of the cycle. Of ‘Literature and Cinema’ programme.
As the Junta de Andalucía indicated in a note, the ‘Literature and Cinema’ programme, organizes, in collaboration with the Andalusian Film Library, a screening of films based on or inspired by literary works, presented or commented on by authors who consider the film. About screenings, adapted literary works and, in general, about the relationship between literature and cinema. On this occasion, we introduce this program as ‘Graphic!’ Chakra, which is dedicated to giving visibility to the work of female writers and creators in the world of comics, manga and graphic novels.
The film tells the story of Adele, who is “15 years old and knows that it is normal to go out with boys, but she has doubts about her sexuality. One night she meets and unexpectedly finds a blue-haired Adele falls in love with a young woman, Emma. The attraction that awakens in him, a woman who shows him the path to desire and maturity, causes Adele to fall victim to the judgments and prejudices of family and friends.
With these activities, the Andalusian Center of Letters aims to bring the world of books and literature closer to the arts and other areas of knowledge: arts, ideas, philosophy or science, as well as scheduling activities related to publications. Often seen in literary programs such as comics, graphic novels, essays.