Thu, May 18|
Shepard Hall, Room 291 - ID required
EL GRAN MOVIMIENTO / THE GREAT MOVEMENT (Homage to the Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires)
UCine alum Kiro Russo's award-winning film is a monumental, gently mystical portrait of the contemporary Bolivian cityscape and those who work within it. Presented in collaboration with The Department of Media & Communication Arts at City College
Time & Location
May 18, 6:30 PM
Shepard Hall, Room 291 - ID required, 259 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031, USA
About the event
Homage to Universidad del Cine de Buenos Aires: Thirty Years of Storytelling
Presented in collaboration with The Department of Media & Communication Arts at City College
*EL GRAN MOVIMIENTO / THE GREAT MOVEMENT
Kiro Russo | Bolivia-France-Qatar-Switzerland | 2021 | Fiction | 85 min
Stunningly shot in the Bolivian mountains, jungles and in contemporary La Paz, the film follows Elder who arrives in the capital after a seven-day journey seeking to get back his work at a mine. Once in the city, Elder gets a job but his health soon deteriorates. An elderly woman known as Mama Pancha sends him to Max, a mysterious man who resides in the rainforest and occasionally heads to La Paz for work as a street performer. To save Elder, Max performs a series of shamanic rituals that slowly brings the young man back to life.
*Followed by a Q&A with María Marta Antin and Mario Santos, moderated by Professor Jerry Carlson
**Please note that a valid ID is required to enter the building.
Seating will be available on first-come, first-served basis.