Music and documentary lovers have an unmissable event in store from 25 October to 4 November with the In-Edit Festival. The festival started in Barcelona in 2003 and is characterised by the care it takes in putting together its programme. As a result, it has expended to cities such as Madrid, Berlin, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo.
This year’s edition offers a chance to see works from all around the globe which reflect the world of music far-removed from clichés and which goes beyond the pre-conceived image of the artist. Works being screened include The King, by Eugene Jarecki, a musical road trip across the USA following the cultural impact of Elvis Presley; the controversial Cocksucker Blues by Robert Frank, vetoed by the Rolling Stones and only screened a handful of times due to legal reasons, and local productions such as Paloma Zapata’s Yo soy la rumba, about Peret, and Andrea Motis: la trompeta silenciosa by Ramon Tort.