The static parts of the site for the excellent Albacete International Film Festival are all OK, and the bits for 2010 are fucked but still reasonably comprehensible, with something of the mendacious, incoherent charm of blurbs for Soviet-sponsored Cold War literary shindigs:
ABYCINE is also a claim of a contemporary culture place for young people, a meeting point for young Spanish cinema professional people from a city which is far away from the clichés developed from the ancient generations.
Reasonably comprehensible is still, however, a fucking disgrace when you consider that the regional government has thrown away 640 million on Ciudad Real airport, and translation perfection for Abycine would have cost a couple of hundred euros at most. Cultural Albacete, get your lobbying arse in gear!
- The Real Spain
Time for change, but literacy and numeracy and asking for advice from beyond the tribe might still be a step too
- “ETA is a Marxist organization”
Americans really don’t understand us
- Earthlings: Ugly Bags of Mostly Water
Apparently I’ve been signed up for the local chess tournament for the next few Saturdays, otherwise this is where I’d really
- Evil neo-liberal consumers threaten the book trade
“Fixed book prices are sacrosanct for this government,” said (via David Millán) socialist minister of culture, Carmen Calvo, after a meeting
- .cat abuse
puntCAT’s application for the sponsored top level domain .cat clearly states that its purpose is to serve the Catalan linguistic and