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Online Venue: CaixaForum+

CaixaForum+, the streaming platform for culture and science driven by the “la Caixa” Foundation, once again serves as the online venue for the Festival.

For two weeks, from April 8th to 22nd, the online platform of the “la Caixa” Foundation will offer some of the highlights from the last edition, including Albert Maysles’ documentary about Iris Apfel, which was featured at Moritz Feed Dog 2015 and now exclusively recovered for CaixaForum+ as a tribute to the recently deceased fashion icon.

This year’s online festival programming strikes a balance between the talent of big names, the celebration of historical figures, and a commitment to sustainable practices. Two great women, already icons, lead this list: Tilda Swinton – whose documentary was part of the official section presented by TOUS – and the aforementioned Iris Apfel, whom we bid farewell to (at 102 wonderful years old) last March.

The story of Simon Porte Jacquemus, a young designer who, with his charisma and approachability, has created a community of loyal followers who are involved in his life, will be another protagonist. The weight of family ties is the focus of the documentary about Versace, directed by Moritz Feed Dog’s artistic director, Olivier Nicklaus, who also signs the documentary about Boucheron high jewelry. The daring adventures of photographer Harold Feinstein or the splendid backstage of Cannes that offers a privileged glimpse rarely accessible to the anonymous citizen. In Slow Fashion, its director embarks on a journey through three countries linked to fashion production (Mexico, Laos, and India), and candidly shows the reality of the workers. The Story of a Panty also speaks of social responsibility, following the journey of a garment from its raw material to the simple neighborhood store that will sell it. Closing the selection is a magnificent “rara avis”: Scooter Laforge, the plastic artist who, with his pop irreverences, has dressed stars like Madonna or Beyoncé.

>> Check out the full programme here

About CaixaForum+

The “la Caixa” Foundation launched its free online platform, CaixaForum+, at the end of 2022. In its specialized catalog of cultural and scientific dissemination, you can find series, podcasts, documentaries, digital art, outreach programs, interviews, concerts, operas, and more, covering nine themes: visual and plastic arts, performing arts, music, literature, thought and history, film, architecture and design, life sciences, and physical sciences. The CaixaForum+ platform is available for mobile devices and tablets through the app, downloadable on the App Store (iOS) or GooglePlay (Android). Contents can also be accessed from the website and on smart TVs through AirPlay and Chromecast