· Where? Diverses ubicacions
· When? From January 30th to February 12th. 2011
If last year was the movie, this year is the food that adds to BCNegra. From January 31 to February 5, this cycle invites us to try cocktails and menus inspired by characters and writers of crime fiction. For ex. the Cocktail Suspect, based on vodka, is inspired by the inspector Kurt Wallander and wants to honor the writer Henning Mankell. But not only can you immerse cocktails in the imagination of this literary genre. About six restaurants in Barceloneta premiere initiative "Food in black." You'll find menus that would delight the great gourmet Pepe Carvalho and its creator, Manuel Vázquez Montalbán.
Otherwise actively participate in the meeting of detective novels is to solve the mystery of where the writer and screenwriter Andrew Martin. The winner of the sixth edition of the award Carvalho, showing the February 3 in the Salo de Cent, has been kidnapped.
The solution will find the Raval district through eleven tracks in code QR (quick response, quick response) that can decrypt photographed with a mobile device that has an application capable of reading, and Bidi.
The thriller is one of the genre can offer an image of reality more careful. A conversation in the Salo de Cent between the judge Baltasar Garzon, the former prosecutor José María Mena and journalist José Martí Gómez us closer to organized crime.
This year will be demonstrations by the Mossos, the Catalonian police (in particular, explain how to make a sketch), will deepen the world of spies and have the opportunity to know the criminal Barcelona seventies and eighties with one of its protagonists, the gangster Dani El Rojo.
As always, BCNegra will showcase to discover the latest, most promising authors and mysterious new territories. In total, fifty authors and experts will participate in various roundtables, conferences and presentations.
Thus, the meeting will present three new British narrators, RJ Ellroy, David Peace and Craig Russell, and bring us closer to the German black picture. Also there looks to Sweden, and Johan Mari Jungstedt Theorin.
Other interesting proposals are black film series dedicated to Pepe Carvalho at the Cinémathèque de Catalunya, the exhibition dedicated to Joaquim Carbó or activities for children in fifteen public libraries in the city.