GLORIA ROLANDO (filmmaker) on Cuba, race & gender, documentary films (Int. Kiley Acosta) pt 1





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Published on Jan 8, 2016

Gloria Rolando (filmmaker) discusses race & gender representation, documentary filmmaking, and her film on Cuba’s Independent Party of Color (1908).
Interpreter: Kiley Guyton Acosta, PhD. Video by: Susan Martinez
Casa de las Américas. Havana, Cuba. 2014

Rolando’s talk formed part of the international symposium Afro-Cuban Voices, organized by Pedro Pérez Sarduy, co-editor of the bilingual anthologies AFROCUBA (1993) & Afro-Cuban Voices: On Race and Identity in Contemporary Cuba (2000) and author of the acclaimed novel "The Maids of Havana (2001). For more info. contact kileyacosta@ConnectARTE.com * Español *
Gloria Rolando (cineasta) discute la representación de raza, genero, el cine documental, y el filme que hizo sobre el Partido Independiente de Color de Cuba (1908).
Kiley Guyton Acosta, PhD. Video filmado por: Susan Martinez
Casa de las Américas. Habana, Cuba. Mayo 2014

La presentación de Rolando formó parte del simposio internacional Voces Afro-Cubanas, organizado por Pedro Pérez Sarduy, co-editor de las antologías bilingües AFROCUBA (1993) & Voces afro-cubanas (2000) y autor de la aclamada novela Las criadas de la Habana (2001). Para obtener más información, comuníquese con kileyacosta@ConnectARTE.com


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