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"Not to be missed. Retrospective of work of Cuban filmmaker, Ernesto Daranas, as featured on NPRs "All Things Considered". Free!"
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Yerma. (Barren) Emilio Ruíz Barrachina (Feature Film, Spain/England, 2017, 1hr.29min.) based on the play, Yerma, by Federico García Lorca. Q&A by actor Susan Brickell. at Loria room 250 (near corner of Chapel)

March 1, 2018 from 7pm to 9pm
Thursday, March 1, 7pm (Loria room 250, 190 York St.)Yerma. (Barren) Emilio Ruíz Barrachina  (Feature Film, Spain, 2017, 1hr.29min.) based on the play, Yerma, by Federico García Lorca. Q&A by actor Susan Brickell.Eva Stone is a woman with strong conservative beliefs. She is married to John, a British politician and a business man of Spanish origin, who is unable to have children. To Eva, a woman's life has no meaning if she is not a mother. A Spanish theater company is in London to perform…See More
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Name of the Organization
New England Festival of Ibero-American Cinema
Contact Person
Margherita Tortora
Contact phone
203-676-8246
E-mail
margherita.tortora@yale.edu
Website
http://www.nefiac.com
Interest
Education, Arts
Description Interest
The New England Festival of Ibero American Film Cinema (NEFIAC) is an organization dedicated to the presentation of film and video in the region of New England as a powerful form of artistic expression and a unique force for cultural diversity and international understanding. The festival brings the world's imagination to the region with dozens of screenings of feature films, documentaries, shorts and animations from Latin America, Spain and Portugal. The Festival seeks to engage the diverse communities of the region by producing major film events and other artistic presentations with year-round programming.

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At 7:58am on September 24, 2011, Lee Cruz said…

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