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The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street


FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Friday, April 9 at 6:00pm

20 AÑOS (Animation, 2009, Cuba)
U.S. Premiere

HOMO ERECTUS (Fiction, 2010 /US/Cuba)
World Premiere
Homo Erectus’ director, Alejandro Lora and producer, Alberto Gonzalez present for Q&A.

Party with live band and DJ celebrating the music of Cuba to follow.
In collaboration with the First Fridays! Series at The Bronx Museum of the Arts.

Saturday, April 17th

12:35PM
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street
Sala de Conferencia Bonnie J. Sacerdote / Bonnie J. Sacerdote Lecture Hall


Cine Infantil Latinoamericano / Latin American Films for Children

OLAS / WAVES - Camila Jimenez (Colombia)
LA FLOR MÁS GRANDE DEL MUNDO / THE WORLD’S LARGEST FLOWER
Pablo Etcheverry (Spain)
PESCADOR DE ESTRELLAS / THE STAR FISHERMAN
Marcela Rincon (Colombia)
EL CUENTO DE LO QUE QUIERO Y NO QUIERO /
THE TALE OF WHAT I WANT AND I DON’T WANT

Ricardo Barahona (El Salvador)

In Spanish with English Subtitles / En Español con Subtitulos en Inglés
This program is part of EL PRIMER CONTACTO CON EL ARTE: Talleres educativos para la familia en español. Charlas / Spanish-language gallery talks. El Primer Contacto con el Arte is made possible in part by The Goodman Memorial Foundation; The Samuel and Rae Eckman Charitable Foundation, Inc.; the Thanksgiving Foundation; and The Murray G. and the Sunny and Abe Rosenberg Foundation.

FREE with museum admission, membership, or festival pass
(Reservations suggested / Se sugiere reservar: 212.650.2833)



4:30PM
Queens Museum of Art
Flushing Meadows Corona Park


Cine para la Familia / Films for the Family

FANTASMA DE BUENOS AIRES / A BUENOS AIRES GHOST
Guillermo Grillo. Argentina. Fiction. 90 min.

 


Monday, April 19th

4:30PM
King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, NYU
53 Washington Square South


Tribute to Enreique Pineda Barnet:
A Mind Without Boundaries

GISELLE (Dance Film. Cuba. 57 min.)
COSMORAMA (Experimental. Cuba. 5 min.)



8:00PM
Tisch School of the Arts, NYU
721 Broadway at Waverly Place, Room 006, 6th Floor


Muestra de Jovenes Realizadores Cubanos

CLOSE UP (Damian Sainz and Roger Herrera. Cuba. 23 min.) U.S. Premiere
LA MAREA (Armando Capo. Cuba. 27 min.) U.S. Premiere

 


Tuesday, April 20th

5:30PM
King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, NYU
53 Washington Square South


DIARIO DEL FIN / DIARY OF THE END (Juan Alejandro Ramirez. Peru.)
NY Premiere
ANECDOTAS SOBRE FIDEL / ANECDOTES ABOUT FIDEL (Estela Bravo. U.S.)
U.S. Premiere
Director Estela Bravo present for Q&A



6:00PM
Queens Museum of Art
Flushing Meadows Corona Park


Teaserland
By Invitation Only

An entertaining initiative featuring fake movie trailers by well-known directors such as Isabel Coixet (Elegy, The Secret Life of Words), Jaume Balaguero (Rec), and J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage), alongside up-and-coming filmmakers. Reception to follow.

Sponsored by TDBank



7:00PM
King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, NYU
53 Washington Square South


The Business of Filmmaking: Latin America - US

The impact of copyright and intellectual property rights on production and distribution. Participants: Jeffrey Levy-Hinte (President of Antidote Films); Alfredo Calvino (CEO Latino Fusion); Fernando Ramirez (Entertainment Law attorney); Maria Marta Antin (Director Talent Campus Buenos Aires, Universidad del Cine). Moderated by Sandy Lieberson (Chairman of Film London). More info...

Reception to follow.
Simultaneous translation provided by LART.

Co-Sponsored by Mexicana Airlines, US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.



Thursday, April 22nd

6:00PM
Cantor Center, NYU
36 East 8th Street


THE EXTRAORDINARY JOURNEY OF FERNANDO BUJONES
(Israel Rodriguez. U.S. 2009. 60 min.)
Director Israel Rodriguez and Producers Francisco Das Chagas and Bruce H. Lipnick Present for Q&A



6:15PM
Quad Cinema
34 West 13th Street || General Admission $11, Seniors & Students $8


Celebrating the Bicentennial of Mexican Independence
& Centennial of Mexican Revolution

SUERTES, HUMORES Y PEQUEÑAS HISTORIAS DE LA INDEPENDENCIA Y LA REVOLUCIÓN / CRAFTS, HUMORS AND SHORT STORIES OF THE MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE AND REVOLUTION
(Mexico. 50 min.)
U.S Premiere

Reception to follow.

Co-Sponsored by U.S-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.


7:30PM
Cantor Center, NYU
36 East 8th Street


Special Presentation: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary

LA BELLA DE LA ALHAMBRA / THE BEAUTY OF ALHAMBRA
(Enrique Pineda Barnet. 1989. Cuba. Fiction. 100 min.)
Director Enrique Pineda Barnet present for Q&A