Feb 1, 7:30 • Bronx, NYC
ID Studio Theater — Bronx
311 East 140th St, Bronx
Free and Open to the Public
Thanks to Venezuelan-born filmmaker and Spanish Literature professor Oscar Gonzales for inviting us to screen as part of ID Theater's Fi'm Fiesta Series! Love the fact that our first public screening is being held in the borough where I was born – couldn't be appropriate.
Feb 27 • TCU | New Haven, CT
Thanks to John Singleton, Director of International Services at TCU, for making this happen! It's part of the The Kinomonda Global Cinema project, hich brings film and documentary from around the world to TCU, partnering with departments, faculty, community organizations and cinemas with TCU students. Emphasis is primarily on film and documentary that is not easily accessible through traditional venues. All films and documentaries are purchased with rights for continued educational access through the library. Over a twenty-year lifespan, Kinomonda has placed more than 400 documentaries and films in the TCU library, and has partnered with more than 100 organizations/departments.
Feb 26-27 • Yale University, New Haven, CT
Thanks to Margherita Tortora, founder/director of the Latin American Film and Iberian Film Festival at Yale, we'll be bringing Return to the Andes to Yale for an evening screening on Feb 26. We'll also be visiting Margherita's students in her Introduction to New Latin American Cinema class the follow day.