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[Postponed] 2nd Latin American and Iberian Film Series: LA NOVIA THE BRIDE
 
 
Date: 12 November 2019 
 
Spanish Programme, School of Modern Languages and Cultures HKU has the pleasure of inviting you to the Film Screening:

2nd Latin American and Iberian Film Series (HKU, PolyU, CUHK)
2ª Muestra de cine del mundo hispanohablante y lusófono
2ª Mostra de cinema do mundo hispano-falante e lusófono

LA NOVIA
THE BRIDE
dir. PAULA ORTIZ, 2015

and a post-screening discussion
with the director

12 Nov 2019 (Tue)
CPD-3.04, Centennial Campus, HKU (HKU MTR exit C1)

6:30pm   reception
(BYOC - Bring Your Own Cup!)
7:00pm   film screening

Spanish Female Director Paula Ortiz presents us here with an acclaimed adaptation of the classic Spanish play Blood Weddings by the playwright Federico García Lorca, who was assassinated by the Fascists in the prime of his life. The director will discuss her vision of this classic and her stylistic choices after the screening. Take this opportunity to enjoy European cinema and learn about the challenges and opportunities for Women Directors in contemporary Europe, and try some Spanish food and wines before the screening!

All are welcome!

Please register here:

Other films in the series are
THE DEAD QUEEN (António Ferreira, 2018) from Portugal,
THE UNTAMED (Amat Escalante, 2016) from Mexico,
WILD TALES (Damián Szifrón, 2014) from Argentina,
THE EYES OF THE JOURNEY (Rodrigo Otero Heraud, 2017) from Peru,
THE PROMENADE GIRLS (Daniela Speranza, 2013) from Uruguay,
THE PASSION OF MICHELANGELO (Esteban Larraín, 2013) from Chile,

and more…
Visit http://tiny.cc/4qshdz for more details!


Come and join us!

Event co-organized by the School of Modern Languages and Cultures of the Faculty of Arts at HKU, the Consulates General of Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Portugal and Spain, and the Honorary Consulate of Uruguay, with support from the Department of English at PolyU and the Linguistic and Modern Languages Department at CUHK.

 
 
 
     
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