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En el Centro Español Rey Juan Carlos I
Latin American Media Arts Fellows:
Documentales de México, Argentina y Brasil








Latin American Media Arts Fellows:
Documentaries from Mexico, Argentina and Brazil
curated by Tania Blanich. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

A retrospective of 12 Latin American (Mexico, Argentina and Brazil) documentaries funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation and the Ford Foundation. Curated by Tania Blanich, Director of The Program for Media Artists, National Video Resources.

All films subtitled in English.

Thursday, January 27, 7:15 p.m.
- Recuerdos /Memories (2003)
Marcela Arteaga (Mexico)
35mm, 86 min, in Spanish with English Subtitles
A documentary that explores the life of a Lithuanian Jew who fought for justice and fled persecution over four decades.

Thursday, February 3, 7:15 p.m.
- Bonanza (2001)
Ulises Rosell (Argentina)
35 mm, 84 min, in Spanish with English Subtitles
A documentary portraying the daily life of a family living on the city's edge. After their tire shop failed, the Muchinshi family returned to their traditional trade: hunting and selling wild animals.

Thursday, February 10, 7:15 p.m.
- La Línea Paterna / The Paternal Line (1995)
Maryse Sistach/José Buil (Mexico)
35 mm, 60 min, in Spanish with English Subtitles
Filmmakers Maryse Sistach and José Buil trace the Buil family's twentieth-century saga from Spain to Mexico (and subsequently the region’s ethnic and cultural mix), largely through home movies filmed by Buil's grandfather in the 1920s and 1930s.
Q&A with filmmakers to follow

Thursday, February 17, 7:15 p.m.
- Orozco (2002)
Juan Carlos Martín (Mexico)
35 mm, 80 min, in Spanish with English Subtitles
One year in the life of renowned Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco, from his process of creation to his public exhibitions.

Thursday, February 24, 7:15 p.m.
- La Televisión y yo: notas en una libreta / Television and Me: Notes in a Notebook (2002)
Andrés di Tella (Argentina)
35 mm, 75 min, in Spanish with English Subtitles
A film-essay about television and memory that intertwines the filmmaker’s first recollections of television and the earliest moments of television in Argentina. Through the stories of two families, we begin to understand the lost dream of a nation

Thursday, March 3, 7:15 p.m.
- Terra do Mar / The Land of the Sea (1997)
Mirella Martinelli (Brazil)
35 mm, 82 min, in Portuguese with English Subtitles
The people who live in the bays, islands and swamps of Brazil’s southern coast narrate this documentary about the disappearance of a traditional way of life based on fishing cycles and a native understanding of nature.

Thursday, March 10, 7:15 p.m.
- Papá Iván (2000)
María Ines Roqué (produced by Hugo Rodríguez) (Argentina)
Betacam, 55 min., in Spanish with English Subtitles
Filmmaker Maria-Ines Roqué returns to Argentina from exile in Mexico to search for information about her father, who was killed in Argentina’s “Dirty War.”

- El Día Que Me Quieras
Leandro Katz (1997)
DigiBeta, 30 min., in English and Spanish with Subtitles
An investigation of death and the power of photography — a meditation on the last picture taken of Ernesto Che Guevara as he lay dead on a table surrounded by his captors in Bolivia in 1967.

Thursday, March 24, 7:15 p.m.
- Del olvido al no me acuerdo | Juan, I Forgot I Don’t Remember (1997)
Juan Carlos Rulfo (Mexico)
35 mm, 75 min, in Spanish with English Subtitles
Ostensibly a documentary on the life of renowned Mexican author (and the filmmaker's father) Juan Rulfo, this visual essay examines the construction of narrative and memory themselves.

Thursday, April 7, 7:15 p.m.
- Nos que aqui estamos, por vos esperamos/Here We Are, Waiting for You (1996)
Marcello Masagão (Brazil)
Video, 73 min, in Portuguese with English Subtitles
Titled after the welcoming gate of a cemetery located in a small town of São Paulo, this film encapsulates the essence of the 20th century through a mosaic of old film clips, television images and photographs.

Thursday, April 14, 7:15 p.m.
- El bote / The Boat (2003)
Guillermo Costanzo (Argentina)
Video, 58 min, in Spanish
Ten years after the mental hospital in the Río Negro province in Argentina was shut down, former patients, nurses and psychiatrists reunite for a journey down the Río Negro and an opportunity to reflect on the nature of madness.

Thursday, April 21, 7:15 p.m.
- Relatos desde el encierro /Lock-up Stories (2004)
Guadalupe Miranda (Mexico)
Video, 78 min, in Spanish with English Subtitles
A documentary about a group of women incarcerated in the Puente Grande Feminine Readjustment Center in Jalisco, Mexico.

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