Saturday September 11th / 19h00 / Auditorio do Pazo da Cultura de Carballo

The Audiovisual Source Code is a hybrid format between conference and projection, in which a curator is invited to select and comment on fragments of embeddable audiovisual works that have marked its culture and its way of understanding the world. On this festival edition, our guest will be Esnórquel, who will prepare on “Maricón. mp4 – Miradas queer en 240 p” a tour of queer YouTube videos that marked him during his adolescence in the village and at the university, and which were parallel to his growth as a “maricón pintao”.


Enrique Aparicio (Alpera, Albacete, 1989). He is a freelance cultural journalist (that is to say, three times precarious), who collaborates in media such as, Píkara Magazine, Cinemanía, Jenesaispop or Academia de Cine’s magazine. He won the Fungible de Relato Joven de Alcobendas award in 2017 and the second prize of Paco Rabal de Periodismo Cinematográfico de AISGE’s award in 2020. He is also the creator with Beatriz Cepeda of ¿Puedo hablar! podcast, which suspasses two million plays and is also since 2021 a live show. Gay before person.