Lucio Castro’s End of the Century Q&A moderated by Alan Cumming

According to The Queer Review’s Chad Armstrong’s ★★★★★ review, Lucio Castro’s debut feature End of the Century “has the essence of a fleeting affair that burns itself into your memory for years to come, and shows a confident authorial voice that holds a lot of promise.”

Ahead of the film’s official New York release this Friday 16th August at New York’s IFC Center, there will be a special advance screening on Thursday 13th August at 7pm followed by a Q&A with writer/director Lucio Castro moderated by Alan Cumming.

There will also be further Q&As this weekend following the Friday and Saturday 8.15pm screenings. The Saturday night screening will be hosted by NewFest.

End of the Century Official Trailer

Take a read of Chad Armstrong’s ★★★★★ review here and then head to the IFC Center website to book tickets.

Synopsis: In his alluring debut feature, Lucio Castro offers both a sun-soaked European travelogue and an epic, decades-spanning romance. When Ocho (Juan Barberini), a 30-something Argentine poet on vacation in Barcelona, spots Javi (Ramón Pujol), a Spaniard from Berlin, from the balcony of his Airbnb, the attraction is subtle but persistent. After a missed connection on the beach, a third chance encounter escalates to a seemingly random hookup. But are these two merely beautiful strangers in a foreign city or are they part of each other’s histories—and maybe even their destinies? 

The details: End of the Century screenings with Q&As at New York’s IFC Center 323 6th Avenue, New York, NY 10014 this Thursday 15th – Saturday 17th August 2019.

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