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Summer Cinema. Stars of Pop Night

Barbarella

Friday 27 Jul. 2018
MPM Garden | 21.00 h

Once again, Museo Picasso Málaga will be opening the gallery to the seventh art on Málaga’s warm summer nights. This year, there will be four dates on which to get to know the world of the Pop artist par excellence, with guided tours of the exhibition Warhol. Mechanical Art, after which participants can turn to the big screen to enjoy some of the best-known Pop-era films.

The second date is Friday 27th July, with Barbarella, a Franco-Italian film directed in 1968 by Roger Vadim and starring Jane Fonda. Based on the comic book of the same name by Jean-Claude Forest and Claude Brulé, this erotic fantasy set in the year 40.000 is all about the journey undertaken by the heroine. Charged by President Dianthus of Planet Earth with the mission of finding mad inventor Dr. Durand Durand, who lives on planet Lithion, Barbarella crashes upon landing and various adventures and amorous encounters ensue.

These special evenings start at 9.00 pm with a guided tour of the exhibition, followed by the film screenings in the MPM gardens (shown in English, with Spanish subtitles). Tickets cost 8 euros and cover admission to the exhibition and a drink at the MPM Café. Limited places available. 

Book in advance here and the Museum ticket offices.

Doors open for the tour at 8.45pm.
No admittance as from 15mn after the start of the tour. 
Doors open for the film at 9.45pm.

27th JULY, 9.00 pm
Tour of the exhibition, followed by the screening of: 
Barbarella
Director: Roger Vadim   
Year: 1968. Duration:  94’ (English, Spanish subtitles).

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MORE SUMMER CINEMA AT MPM

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW

Friday 29 Jun. 2018

THE PARTY

Friday 24 Aug. 2018

YELLOW SUBMARINE

Saturday 15 Sept. 2018

BROCHURE (IN SPANISH)

See also