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Actividades en New York University, Centro español Rey Juan Carlos I
 

Cine, lecturas, presentaciones de libros
(New York)
El Extra

Tuesday, February 15, 7:15 p.m.(download program)
Cine Compromiso Program
Cine sin Taquilla: Cortos y Documentales/Shorts and Documentaries
Curated by Marta Sánchez

Film is a poetic art and many use it as a tool for activism. Let’s explore how Spaniards fight injustice and raise social awareness with their filmmaking.
(Order of shorts to be confirmed)
- Amigo No Gima by Inaki Peñafiel, 2003, 12 min
- El Extra by Alberto Pernet, 2003, 14 min
- Mariposas de Fuego by Luis Prieto , 2003, 14 min
- Binta y la gran idea by Javier Fesser, 2004, 30 min
- Nito by Pau Fernández, 2002, 14 min
- Colours by Carlos Dueñas, 2003, 20min

Wednesday, February 16, 6:15 p.m.
Lecture: Joseph Cornell and Federico Garcia Lorca – Poets in New York by Professor Andrés Soria Olmedo, Professor of Literature, Universidad de Granada, Spain.

Thursday, February 17, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Session topic: The search for common language with Barbara Kirschenblatt-Gimblett, Professor of Performance Studies, author of Destination Culture:Tourism, Museums and Heritage (Berkeley : UC Press 1998), and co-author of UNESCO’s Guidelines on Intangible Heritage (2004).

Thursday, February 17, 7:15 p.m. (download program)
Latin American Media Arts Fellows:
Documentaries from Mexico, Argentina and Brazil

A retrospective of 10 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.

- Orozco (2002)
Juan Carlos Martín (Mexico)
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.

Friday, February 18, 6:15 p.m. (pdf)
Round Table: Hemingway and Pamplona - A Celebration
Hemingway’s son Patrick, Hispanist Allen Josephs, and other guests will discuss the representations of Pamplona in the American imagination. Yolanda Barcina, Mayor of Pamplona will introduce the event. Co-sponsored by the Government of Navarra. With the participation of Dr. John Brademas and L. Jay Oliva, NYU Presidents Emeritus.

Tasting of foods and wine from Navarra to follow.


 
 
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