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Ernesto Daranas, filmmaker,direct from Cuba. Free.

Time: April 27, 2018 at 7pm to April 29, 2018 at 7pm
Location: Loria room 250, Yale University
Street: 190 York St., corner of Chapel St.
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://facebook.com/liffyyale/
Event Type: free, films, with, filmmaker, q&amp, as
Organized By: Margherita A. Tortora
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Retrospective of the works of Cuban filmmaker Ernesto Daranas.

 

Friday April 27 through Sunday April 29, 2018 (TBC)

 

http://remezcla.com/film/ernesto-daranas-director-of-smash-hit-conducta-on-making-films-in-cuba/

Q&As with filmmaker Ernesto Daranas.

 

Friday April 27. (Loria room 250, 190 York St.) 7pm

            Conducta (Behavior) (Cuba, 2014, 1hr. 48min)

Aging teacher Carmela has a special heart for pupils from broken homes and is challenged by the headmaster to follow up 12 year old Chala which is infatuated in Yeni. They are both poor, and has severe home troubles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_UyFZOeh3c

  

   Saturday April 28 (Loria room 250, 190 York St.) 7pm

            Los dioses rotos (Fallen Gods) (Cuba, 2008, 93min)

Laura (35 years old) is a university professor who prepares her master's thesis on the famous Cuban pimp Alberto Yarini and Ponce de León, shot dead by his French rivals who controlled the prostitution business in Havana at the beginning of the 20th century.

  

   Sunday April 29.4pm (Loria room 250, 190 York St.)       

Bluechacha (documentary, Cuba, 2012, 35min.) by Ernesto Daranas

This visually rich and imaginative production takes us behind the scenes of “Bluechacha,” the last album recorded by guitarist, composer, and director Manuel Galbán (1931–2011), who also founded the quartet Los Zafiros. Produced in collaboration with Galbán’s daughter, composer Magda Rosa Galbán, and her husband, musician Juan Antonio Leyva, the film shows the three of them at work on the album, interspersed with dramatic sequences that tell a love story related to the music.

 

 

 

   Sunday April 29 (Loria room 250, 190 York St.) 7pm

Sergio y Serguei (Cuba, 2017, 93 min.)

Sergio (Tomás Cao) is struggling as an university professor to support his mother and sweet young daughter; he is also enjoys being an amateur radio operator who has conversations with fellow enthusiasts around the world in particular an American conspiracy theorist.  The Cuban makes a surprise contact with a cosmonaut named Sergei (Héctor Noas) who is stuck in outer space resulting from collapsed of the Soviet Union in 1991.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KG8dCE1PJ9c

Q&A with Ernesto Daranas

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