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ORGANIZATION

  • Founding Director:
    Ricardo Piglia
  • Artistic Director:
    Andrés Di Tella
  • Executive Director:
    Gabriela Nouzeilles
  • Administration:
    Karen González
    Silvana Bishop

EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

010 East Pyne, Princeton University


Films to be screened in the original language with English subtitles.


Free and open to the public.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

4.30pm - Welcome by Gabriela Nouzeilles, Executive Director, and Andrés Di Tella, Artistic Director
Viajo porque preciso, volto porque te amo
by Karim Aïnouz and Marcelo Gomes (Brazil, 2009, 75 min.)
Commentary by Bruno Carvalho, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Followed by discussion with Karim Aïnouz 
 

Friday, March 25, 2011

3.30pm - Pan-Cinema Permanente
by Carlos Nader (Brazil, 2007, 83 min.)
Commentary by João Moreira Salles, Council of the Humanities/Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Followed by discussion with Carlos Nader

BREAK

5.30pm - Invernadero
by Gonzalo Castro (Argentina, 2010, 90 min.)
Commentary by Gabriela Nouzeilles, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Followed by discussion with Gonzalo Castro


Saturday, March 26, 2011

11am - A Conversation with Ricardo Piglia on the Documentary Genre
Discussants:  Andrés Di Tella and João Moreira Salles

12.30pm - BREAK

1:30pm - Cuchillo de palo / "108"
by Renate Costa (Paraguay/Spain, 2010, 108 min.)
Commentary by Rachel Price, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Followed by discussion with Renate Costa

Sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures, Program in Latin American Studies, University Center for Human Values, Council of the Humanities, Program of Gender and Sexuality Studies, Lewis Center for the Arts, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Center. This conference is funded, in part, by a gift to the University Center for Human Values in honor of James A. Moffett '29.