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Actividades en el Centro Español Rey Juan Carlos I, New York University
 

Lecture: Human-computer creative interfaces and the emergence of e-authors
by Professor Artur Matuck (School of Communications and Arts, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil).

Special Human Rights Film & Video Screenings from
Latin America presented in collaboration with
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
Spanish poet Concha García will read selections from her new anthology Si yo fuera otra (Málaga: Editorial Puerta del Mar, 2005). Introduced by Lila Zemborain. Reading in Spanish.

 

 

Artur Matuck

Tuesday, October 11, 6:15 p.m.
Lecture: Human-computer creative interfaces and the emergence of e-authors
by Professor Artur Matuck (School of Communications and Arts, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil).

Organized by NYU Professor Eduardo Subirats and NYU's Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

War Takes

Thursday, October 13, 7:15 p.m. (download program)
Special Human Rights Film & Video Screenings from
Latin America presented in collaboration with
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival


War Takes
(Patricia Castaño & Adelaida Trujillo, Colombia/UK, 2002, 78m)

For over four years, three Colombian filmmakers turned their cameras on themselves, using personal stories to expose the tough reality in their violent, war-ravaged country. According to these filmmakers, Colombia has been functioning for many years in the gray area between legalism and lawlessness. Their portrayal does not aim to confirm the image the outside world has of Colombia as a hotbed of excessive political violence and drug traffic, but instead draws out the beauty and warmth amidst the larger turmoil within their homeland. The humor borders on surreal as the film moves between conversations in the jungle with guerrillas to elegant dinner parties with society's elite. War Takes allows the real lives of its heroes, forever changed by war, to break through the stereotypes, forcing us to rethink our own conceptions, or misconceptions, of the beliefs and values by which these Colombians live.

A Women Make Movies release.

In Spanish with English subtitles. More info at www.nyu.edu/kjc or at www.hrw.org/iff

Concha García

Friday, October 14, 6:15 p.m. (download pdf)
KJCC Poetry Series, curated by Lila Zemborain

Spanish poet Concha García will read selections from her new anthology Si yo fuera otra (Málaga: Editorial Puerta del Mar, 2005). Introduced by Lila Zemborain. Reading in Spanish.


 
 
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