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Presentan "Un mundo sin miedo" de Baltazar Garzón en New York University
 

El libro del Juez Baltazar Garzón será presentado en el Centro Español Juan Carlos I de New York University. Disertará el Director del Centro, James Fernández
Además Cine sin taquilla, documentales y otras actividades.

Tuesday, April 12, 7:15 p.m.
Cine sin Taquilla: Documentales
- Polígono Sur. 2003. Directed by Dominique Abel.
At a run-down housing estate on the south side of Seville in southern Spain--home since the 90s to the city's Gitano (Spanish Gypsy) community--music and dance flourish. Looking for the roots of the so called "New Flamenco", Abel travels to ‘Tres Mil viviendas’, the most problematic neighborhood of Seville, where the Triana's ancient gypsies are mixed with the new generations of musicians who found the most modern trends of the music with the deep roots of the traditional Flamenco. Director Dominque Abel's film scrapes away this grim public image, to reveal a community that lives and breathes flamenco music.

In Spanish with English subtitles. 107 minutes.

Wednesday, April 13, 7:15 p.m.(pdf)
Presentation of Judge Baltasar Garzón’s book "Un mundo sin miedo". Introduced by James D. Fernández, KJCC Director, and Tim Golden, The New York Times.

(In Spanish only)

RSVP strongly recommended

 

Thursday, April 14, 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.
- El bote / The Boat (2003)
Guillermo Costanzo (Argentina)
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.

Friday, April 15, 6:15 p.m. (pdf)
KJCC Poetry Series, curated by Lila Zemborain
Argentinean poet María Negroni will read selections from her new book Arte y fuga (Valencia: Pre-Textos, 2004), along with the translator of the book Anne Twitty. Introduced by Sergio Chejfec. Co-sponsored by Instituto Cervantes.
Bilingual reading.

Sunday, April 17, 1:00-6:00 pm
Havana Film Festival in New York 2005

1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
- Animation for Kids. Animated films by Uruguayan director Walter Tournier and by Mexican director Dominique Jonard will be shown for families and kids. For full program click here or visit www.hffny.com

3:00 - 6:00 p.m. : DOUBLE PROGRAM
- Cuban Cinema Classics: Los Caminos de la Revolución. The recently subtitled documentaries made in Cuba’s national film institute (ICAIC) will provide us with a glimpse into Cuba’s revolutionary film tradition. Ann Marie Stock, Professor of Hispanic Studies at The College of William & Mary, founder and director of the new project Cuban Cinema Classics, will present five films, conduct a discussion on their thematic interpretation and provide a rare glimpse into Cuban history and cinematic perspective.

- Tribute to Pastor Vega: Viva La República (Cuba, 1973) 92 min. Documentary. A historical documentary employing old photos and archival footage to reconstruct the history of the Cuban “pseudo-republic” from the late 19th century up until 1959. In 1973 it was selected as one of the most important films screened, Selección Annual de la Crítica, Cuba.

 

Monday, April 18, 6:30 pm
Havana Film Festival in New York 2005

Meet the Directors: New Languages for Latin American Cinema
Meet today’s new Latin American filmmakers, actors and producers to discuss new trends of the different genres. Invited filmmakers and industry experts include:
Walter Salles (Tribute Honoree & Director, Brazil)
Pastor Vega (Tribute Honoree & Director, Cuba)
Silvio Caiozzi (Director: Cachimbe, Chile)
Alberto Durant (Director: Doble Juego/The Con Game, Peru)
Judith Escalona (Director: The Krutch/La Muleta, Puerto Rico/USA)
Victor Gaviria (Director: Sumas y restas/Addictions and Subtractions, Colombia)
Fernando Mejías (Producer: Sumas y restas, Colombia)
Mateo Herrera (Director:Jaque, Ecuador)
Fernando Lavanderos (Director: Y las vacas vuelan, Chile)
Hector Menis (Producer: El cielito, Argentina)
Esteban Ramirez (Director: Caribe, Costa Rica)
Miguel Ortega, Head of International Sales: Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografia / Mexican National Film Institute
Moderated by Sandy Lieberson (Independent Producer and Academic):
Mr. Lieberson designed and introduced curriculum for the Professional Producers Course at Escuela Internacional de Cinema y Television, Havana, Cuba. Currently based in England as Chairman of Film London.
Simultaneous translation will be provided.

For more information click here or visit www.hffny.com


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