Cádiz · Sevilla
Since Pedro Almodóvar shot part of his film ‘La ley del deseo’ (1987) in Conil de la Frontera (Cádiz), several films shot in Andalusia have addressed the subject of homosexuality. Either because of a desire to shoot at home or because of requirements of the script, Andalusia has become, in these films, one protagonist more of some stories whose ultimate goal is to make an ode to tolerance and respect for others, regardless of their sexual orientation, background, beliefs or past.
The year 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the Royal Decree Law that eliminated homosexuality from the Danger and Social Rehabilitation Law. In these 40 years different films addressing the subject of homosexuality have been shot. The cinema has been one of the means that the collective has used to tell its stories. A demand for equality that has been endorsed by national and international directors regardless of age, gender or sexual orientation, who have chosen Andalusia as a meeting place.
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