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

lunes 5 de febrero: Manifiesto neoyorkino
con Carmen Boullosa, Eduardo Lago, Eduardo Mitre, Silvia Molloy, José Manuel Prieto y otros

(New York)

Monday, February 5, 6:15 p.m.
Manifiesto Neoyorquino
With Carmen Boullosa, Eduardo Lago, Eduardo Mitre, Sylvia Molloy, José Manuel Prieto and others. 

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A distinguished group of New York based Spanish-language authors present and discuss this manifesto that celebrates the city as a key site of literary production in Spanish.  

Reception to follow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday, February 6, 7:15 p.m. (download program)
Documenta Chile: Recent documentaries from Chile, curated by Gabriel Berríos
OPENING NIGHT: DOUBLE FEATURE

- SEÑALES DE RUTA/ROAD SIGNS by Tevo Diaz (Chile 2000, 34 min). The filmmaker will be present for Q&A.
Documentary about the work and thoughts of the Chilean poet Juan Luis Martinez (1942-1993).  The sublime landscape of Chile is shown on the pages of “The New Novel” (1977) and “Chilean Poetry” (1978), exploring the literary and existential visions of two key personalities in Chilean political history: Miguel Serrano and Volodia Teitelboim.  This documentary is a literary synthesis put into film. 

Awards:
Best Foreign Documentary, NY Int. Independent film & video festival, NYC USA 2000.
Best Editing, Valdivia Film Festival, 2000
Best National Documentary, Viña del Mar Film Festival, 2000
Best National Documentary, Documentary Film Festival of Santiago, 2000
Special Jury Award, International Documentary Film Festival of Santiago, 2000

- EN ALGÚN LUGAR DEL CIELO/SOMEWHERE IN HEAVEN by Alejandra Carmona Cannobbio (Chile 2003, 60 min)
“Somewhere in heaven” is an autobiographical documentary by Alejandra Carmona.  In 1973 at the age of 8, Alejandra was forced into exile in East Germany.  Her father, a journalist and member of the Revolutionary Left Movement (MIR) party, remained in Chile in hiding until 1977 when he was assassinated by Augusto Pinochet’s Secret Service (CNI). “Somewhere in the Sky/Heaven” is a personal tale of two countries, of being uprooted and searching for identity once again.  It is a reflection about political ideals, the failure of utopias, and the consequences of having lived this story. 

Awards:
First Prize, FIDOCS, 2003

In Spanish with English subtitles. RECEPTION TO FOLLOW

With the support of the Ministry of External Relations of Chile (MINREL), the Consulate of Chile in New York, the Asociación de Documentalistas de Chile (ADOC) and DocumentaChile. Additional support of Cinema Tropical.

Jorge Mario Munera. Foto: Claudia Rubio / EL TIEMPO

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Wednesday, February 7, 6:15 p.m.
Lecture: Fotografía Latinoamericana: Visiones y Versiones del Siglo XX by Colombian photographer Jorge Mario Múnera.

Award-winning photographer Jorge Mario Múnera is one of our two Spring 2007 Andrés Bello Chairs in Latin American Cultures and Civilization.

Jorge Mario Múnera will present a retrospective of his photographic work and will preview his upcoming exhibit on Latin American writers. This exhibit will be displayed at the IV Congreso Internacional de la Lengua Española that takes place this year in Cartagena de Indias (Colombia) between March 26th and 29th.

He is the recipient of the 1998 National Prize of Photography of Colombia.

In Spanish.

Reception to follow.

Due to the popularity of our programming and limited seating we recommend
early arrival. Once the venue is full we do not allow the saving of seats.


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