Polyfunctional & diaphanous space of 16 meters depth by 13.5 meters width. Its highest point is 10.5 meters. This is why it mainly hosts circus and large format projects. At the same level there is also the entrance and a disabled access bathroom for people with reduced mobility.
The old cinema bar is today the Sala Caldera, a 13 meters long x 4.43 meters wide x 2.88 meters high second creation space. It hosts small format projects. It is located on floor -1, where you can also find public baths, the camerinos (equipped with bathroom and shower), a storage room and the workshop space.
THE c.in.e., TODAY
The aim of the C.IN.E. is to fill a gap in the current creation scenario in the Balearic Islands. Our main missions are the internationalization of the Balearic companies, helping them to learn how to network and cooperate beyond our islands and promoving research and dissemination projects of local artists. Nevertheless, our most visible and developed project is our Artistic Residencies Programme.
The project was conceived in 2016 with the aim of hosting, provoking and promoting artistic processes. Nowadays, the Centre offers creative residencies for taking-risk companies, artists, groups or performing arts researchers who engage in innovative creations, mixing languages and collective contemporary creation. In the main space (an old movie cinema), projects requiring height, with special attention to circus, are prioritized.
Thanks to its technical/aesthetic characteristics, the different spaces of the Performing Art Research Centre in Sineu is suitable for photo shootings, film shoots, events that require a special atmosphere, parties, etc.
That is why the space is available for rental for advertising and marketing agencies, photographers or event organizers who want to rent a space for a specific job.
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The construction of the cinema of Sineu dates back to 1935, in the space occupied by an old cellar. It is a 3 floors building and a basement. Access is made through reinforced concrete portico supported by two Doric columns to imitation of the ancient Greek temples. The neoclassical facade has a rationalist style and is protected as a Cultural Heritage Site (BIC).
Until 1982, uninterrupted films were screened, dances were organized and varietés performances were performed. Then it became the studio of an artist from Sineu and, later, it was turnet intoone of the most avant-garde party halls of Mallorca in the late 80's, Nyet. But in 1993 the building was destroyed by a fire.
In 2008, the building was acquired by the production company Res de Res i En Blanc, led by Marta Barceló and Biel Jordà. A new era would begin, thanks to the impulse of the Alcem el CINE association, which, after rehabilitating space, was able to reopen it as a Performing Arts creation center. It was inaugurated on February 26, 2016.
Currently, 331 square meters are built in total, with a large 16-meter-deep open room.
Documentary on C.IN.E.'s history (with Spanish subtitles)
Resident companies 2017 overview
Cultural manager and translator with extensive experience in internationalisation of culture, BA in Translation and Interpreting at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and holds a postgraduate degree in event management at the UOC. For 10 years she worked in Barcelona in the translation industry, and she specialised in cultural projects, such as exhibition catalogues, reports on architectural restoration and opening of CaixaForum Barcelona and CaixaForum Madrid, etc.
Between 2010 and 2020 she worked in cultural management in the public sector, her area of expertise being international promotion of culture, where she carried out projects encompassing several artistic expressions: Be Balears programme in New York (2010), exhibition Chopin as Seen Through the Eyes of Young Artists from the Balearic Islands in London and Warsaw (2011), exchanges with Instituto Cervantes in Munich and Prague (2012), organisation of the accompanying activities for the XIV Campus de la Llengua Catalana (2012), coordination of showcase events Sea Arts (2013), Sea Music (2014) and the music and performing arts market Fira B! (2015-2019), among others.
Graduate in Management and Playwriting by the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona and BTEC in Performing Arts by The Circus Space School in London, he is the co-Director of the C.IN.E. and the Ciclop Festival.
He is the Co-Founder of the production company Res de Res Res i En Blanc SL, one of the most international producer companies of the Balearic Islands, with which he has directed or co-directed, among others, Ícars, Mara, Tempo, Setembre, Sine tierra, Pontes and Fuga. He is the co-author and director of El ball de les balenes, Mira’m, La capsa de mu or Maria?, among others. He has also directed theatre plays for the companies ICT, Produccions del Mar, Discussions Productives and NUC.
He has a postgraduate degree in Performance Management by the School of Performing Arts in the Balearic Islands (ESADIB), where he currently heads the Performance Department.
Actress, trapeze artist, writer & playwright, she is the co-Director of the C.IN.E. and Ciclop Festival.
She graduated in Dramatic Art-Physical Theatre at Institut del Teatre de Barcelona (1992-1996). After that, she studied circus skills in The Circus Space (London) for two years (1998-1999). Back to Spain, she founded Res de Res company with Biel Jordà, and they both are the creators of very succesfull circus-theatre shows as Icars, Mara, Tempo, Maria? and (remor), which won a Total Theatre Award to the best physical and visual show in Edinburgh Fringe 2012.
She has travelled around the world with the company and has been nominated three times to the MAX Spanish Theatre Awards.
She has won several dramaturgy awards throughout her career, among them the II Dramaturgy Competition of the Balearic Islands with Abans que arribi l'alemany, the V Transatlantic Dramaturgy Competition (Buenos Aires) with Tocar mare —both in 2018—, and the XV Palanca i Roca Theatre Award in 2020, with Anar a Saturn i tornar.