Nueva York: Especial - Cine Español





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Published on May 1, 2014

En este especial dedicado al cine español estaremos en Berlín, Madrid y Nueva York donde nuestros invitados nos llevarán por caminos diversos a repasar los diferentes momentos que ha vivido y vive el cine español, el cual aún dentro de la crisis económica actual, mantiene un alto nivel.

Empezamos con los cortometrajistas Chema García y Martín Rosete quienes nos hablan de sus trabajos y sus perspectivas de futuro.

Durante el estreno mundial en el Festival de Cine de Berlín de la película La Plaga su directora, Neus Ballús, nos cuenta como explorar los límites entre la ficción y el documental.

Mas adelante, el realizador Marçal Forés nos habla del proceso creativo de su primera película, y cual es, desde su perspectiva, es la situación actual del cine español.

Para finalizar, Carmen Boullosa entrevista a Marina Garde, Directora Ejecutiva de ALBA, una institución con sede en Nueva York, dedicada a preservar el material relacionado con las Brigadas Abraham Lincoln conformadas por americanos que llegaron a España, a luchar durante la guerra civil.

In this special program dedicated to Spanish film, we will head to Berlin, Madrid and New York. Our guests will take us to different places to go over the different moments that Spanish cinema has lived and still lives. In spite of the current economic crisis, cinema still maintains a high standard.

We begin with short filmmakers Chema García and Martín Rosete. They will talk to us about their work and their outlook on the future.

During The Plague's world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, director Neus Ballús tells us how she explores the limits between fiction and documentary.

Later, producer Marçal Forés talks to us about the creative process behind his first film, and what is, in his perspective, the current situation of Spanish cinema.

To finish, Carmen Boullos interviews Marina Garde, Executive Director of ALBA, an institution based in New York dedicated to the preservation of materials related to the Abraham Lincoln Brigades, made up by Americans who arrived in Spain to fight during the Civil War.

Taped: 05-01-14

Nueva York is an Emmy award winning series about Latino culture in New York. The 30-minute show explores the rich textures of Latino society in the city, focusing on politics, art, culture, and the traditions of Spanish-speaking populations across the metropolitan area. Each episode features prominent leaders from the tri-state area's cultural and public spheres sharing their thoughts and accomplishments with viewers. Interviews are hosted by Mexican novelist and critic Carmen Boullosa and Chilean journalist and writer Patricio Lerzundi. The general producer is Professor Jerry Carlson, specialist in Latin American cinema. They are all members of the academic staff at CUNY. The series is produced by bilingual professionals from Colombia, Guatemala, Massachusetts, Mexico, and Texas. In addition, the series offers documentary segments about events, exhibits, concerts, and institutions.

Watch more Nueva York at www.cuny.tv/show/nuevayork

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