This summer enjoy open-air cinema at Canòdrom


We are passionate about cinema, and summer fills us with life. When we combine these two elements, one of our favorite activities is born: outdoor cinema. This year, Canòdrom square becomes the perfect setting to enjoy magical nights under the sky of Congrés i els Indians. Every Friday, from July 5th to 26th, experience a unique celebration of the magic of cinema under the open sky.

We kick off the 2024 open-air cinema season by traveling to 1980s New York with “Robot Dreams”, a tender story of friendship between a dog and a robot. Next, we transport ourselves to Seville in 1977 with “Te estoy amando locamente”, a film about overcoming adversity and the fight for freedom. We dive into two movies that explore the infinite worlds of the multiverse and provide tools to resist control systems: “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, a fantastic film that invites us to rethink the true value of things, and “Matrix”, a cult classic that defined a generation and revolutionized the way we view science fiction.

Organized by District of Sant Andreu and Canòdrom – Ateneu d’Innovació Digital i Democràtica, every Friday from July 5 to 26, the Canòdrom square transforms into a giant screen where stories come to life and transport us to distant worlds. This year’s sessions promise emotions, surprises, and a unique cinematic experience.

    • Free admission, no registration required.
  • Do you have any questions? Write to or call 937 68 99 36.
  • This year we’ve expanded the square, so we’re increasing capacity both in the square and in the bleachers. We recommend arriving early.

20:30 | Doors and bar service open. Get comfortable and bring your own cushion!
21:45 | Screening starts.

Friday, July 5, 21:45

Robot Dreams

  • Pablo Berger, Spain, 2023, 103 min
  • Original version in Spanish without subtitles
  • Suitable for all audiences

DOG is a lonely dog living in Manhattan. One day he decides to build himself a robot friend. Their friendship grows until they become inseparable in the backdrop of 1980s New York. One summer night, with great sadness, he is forced to abandon ROBOT on the beach. Will they meet again?

Pablo Berger adapts Sara Varon’s graphic novel to create a story without dialogues about friendship, the passage of time, loss, forgiveness, and overcoming. Winner of the Goya and Gaudí Awards for Best Animated Film 2024.

Friday, July 12, 21:45

Te estoy amando locamente

  • Alejandro Marín, Spain, 2023, 107 min
  • Original version with Spanish subtitles
  • Not recommended for children under 7

Seville, 1977. Reme is proud that her son Miguel is about to become the first university student in the family. However, Miguel’s true dream is to be an artist and sing in a popular TV contest. In a Spain where homosexuality is still a crime, Reme discovers her son’s new friends: the emerging LGTBI movement in Andalusia, paradoxically born within the Church.

Featuring well-known actors like Omar Banana, Ana Wagner, and Alba Flores, director Alejandro Marín tells the story of the rise of the LGTBIQ+ movement in Andalusia. In 1977, homosexuality was still a penal crime and persecuted under the Law of Social Danger and Rehabilitation, but Remi, a mother with initially conservative views, becomes involved in the nascent LGTBI movement for the love of her son.

Friday, July 19, 21:45

Everything Everywhere All at Once

  • Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert, United States, 2022, 134 min
  • Original version in English with Catalan subtitles
  • Not recommended for children under 7

When an interdimensional rupture alters reality, Evelyn, a Chinese immigrant woman in the United States, finds herself embroiled in a wild adventure where only she can save the world. Lost in the multiverse, this unexpected heroine must channel her new powers to fight against strange and bewildering dangers.

The most original, eclectic, and fun comedy by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert that triumphed at the 2023 Oscars. Black comedy and absurdity, surreal ideas, unpredictable twists, and a plethora of visual effects blend in this exciting science fiction story about a strange mother-daughter relationship that shows how sometimes it’s hard to understand each other.

Friday, July 26, 21:45


  • Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, United States, 2022, 131 min
  • Original version in English with Catalan subtitles
  • Not recommended for children under 7

Neo is a software programmer who leads a double life as a hacker. His world is shaken when he receives a message on his computer: “Matrix has you.” From that moment, mysterious agents start pursuing him. Morpheus, another hacker, reveals that the reality he knows is a simulation created by machines to control humanity. According to Morpheus, Neo is “The One” destined to free humanity from this oppression.

We bring back the cult classic by the Wachowski sisters, who play with the fluid boundary between reality and fiction, with endless twists and surprises. A highly relevant film for today’s times, it depicts a future where, after a harsh war, nearly all humans have been enslaved by machines and the artificial intelligences they created.

This summer, let yourself be carried away by the magic of open-air cinema at the Canòdrom.