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FILM SERIES – BORIMIX

Guest Country: Ecuador

FILM SERIES | SERIE DE CINE

9th Annual International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival

Nov. 13 - 17

Various locations. Visit www.iprhff.com for more info.
Sponsored by: Delta, Mount Sinai, NYC & Company Foundation and Manhattan Borough President, Gale Brewer in association with SEA

The mission of IPRHFF is to create platforms that allow a diverse pool of influencers in filmmaking to reach a broader audience. IPRHFF develops programs that allow local and international filmmakers to reach out to audiences throughout NYC and beyond and to foster a collaborative environment for artists from all countries to explore issues inherent to the heritage of Puerto Rico and its diaspora while exploring stories relevant to the larger Latino community.
La misión de IPRHFF es crear plataformas que permiten a un grupo diverso de personas influyentes en el cine llegar a un público más amplio. IPRHFF desarrolla programas que permiten a los cineastas locales e internacionales llegar a audiencias en toda la Ciudad de Nueva York y más allá, además de fomentar un ambiente de colaboración para las artistas de todos los países para explorar temas inherentes al patrimonio de Puerto Rico y su diáspora mientras exploran historias relevantes para las comunidades latinas más grandes.

9th Annual International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (Short Films)

Nov. 17 | 12pm - 8pm

Teatro SEA & The Clemente, 107 Suffolk St. NYC 10002
$15 General Admission, $10 Student Admission
1 day Film Pass $50, 5 day Film Pass $200 | www.eventcombo.com

Open Screen - Films del Ecuador

Nov. 19, 20 & 21 | 8pm

Teatro LATEA @ The Clemente 
107 Suffolk Street, 2nd Fl New York, NY 10002
Admission: $10 online | $15 at the door.

For this year’s Borimix 2019, LATEA Open Screen brings Ecuadorian cinematography and storytelling to the Latin-American community and independent film aficionados. Featuring filmmakers such as James García Sotomayor with his short film “Taught to Hate” and Javier Collado-Ruano’s documentary “El Arteperdido de la educación”, as well as Nitsy Grau’s feature directorial debut, “Medardo” – based on the life of the Ecuadorian poet Medardo Angel Silva. The featured independent films, panels and special showcases will inspire, enlighten and entertain.
Para Borimix 2019, Open Screen de LATEA proyecta visiones nuevas del cine ecuatoriano para el público latinoamericano y los aficionados del cine independiente. Resaltando a cineastas como James García Sotomayor y su película “Taught to Hate”, Javier Collado- Ruano y el documental de “El Arte perdido de la educación” y Nitsy Grau y el largo de ficción, “Medardo” acerca de la vida del poeta Medardo Angel Silva.

Orgullo Film Series: Puerto Rican Institution Builders and Change Makers (Session Two)

Nov. 19 | 6PM - 8PM

Centro Library, Room 120, Silberman School of Social Work,
2180 Third Avenue at 119th Street, NY, NY 10035
FREE-RSVP ONLY
centropr.nationbuilder.com/Orgullo2

The second part of a two part film series of exciting short documentaries highlighting the contributions of individuals, groups and organizations that have had a profound impact on the Puerto Rican experience in the United States. Session Two highlights the illustrious legacy of Puerto Rican institution builders and change makers: Aspira of PA, Taller Puertorriqueño from Philadelphia, the Borinqueneers, Teatro SEA (Bilingual Children’s Theater Company), and Marta Moreno Vega/ CCCADI (Afro Puerto Rican Diaspora Institution Builder). Teaching guides and quizzes are available for each film.
La segunda parte de una serie de dos partes de emocionantes documentales cortos que destacan las contribuciones de individuos, grupos y organizaciones que han tenido un profundo impacto en la experiencia puertorriqueña en los Estados Unidos. La sesión dos destaca el legado ilustre de los creadores de instituciones puertorriqueñas y los creadores de cambios: Aspira of PA, Taller Puertorriqueno de Filadelfia, los Borinqueneers, Teatro SEA (Compañía Bilingüe de Teatro Infantil) y Marta Moreno Vega / CCCADI (Constructor de Instituciones de la Diáspora Afro Puertorriqueña). Guías de enseñanza y cuestionarios están disponibles para cada película.

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