GOLFOMARATÓN: DANGER CARTOON SHOW!
Dangerous drawings, explosive animations. Well-worn short films from the festival circuit, pieces from the deepest abyss of internet, comedy, crime, terror and experimentation are the ingredients in this cereal bowl, laid out in front of our small big screen ready to devour our brains as if it were a typical Saturday morning from our childhood.
As a warning or some kind of parental advisory certificate, we have intercalated the screenings with the most risky offering we could come up with, the poly-poetic duo Los Peligro.
Not only does poetry lie dormant on the printed page, in books of poems, it can also be SPOKEN and SUNG and SHOUTED AT and THREATEN respectable society. LOS PELIGRO, who are as at home in the Cervantes Institute in New York as in a basement in Lavapiés, fed up with traditional recitals, are taking poetry on stage and wrapping it up with other accoutrements such as voice plays, comedy monologues, costumes and even a live Facebook, one of its kind in the world.