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Sergio & Sergei. Ernesto Daranas, Cuban filmmaker w/ Q&A

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Sergio & Sergei. Ernesto Daranas, Cuban filmmaker w/ Q&A

Time: April 29, 2018 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Whitney Humanities Center. 53 Wall St., Yale Univ. New Haven
Event Type: free, film, with, filmmaker, q&amp, as
Organized By: Margherita A. Tortora
Latest Activity: Apr 28, 2018

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

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

Q&A with Ernesto Daranas           

Free, open to the public.  English subtitles.

Sponsored by CLAIS/Cuba Initiative at the MacMillan Center, Yale, and Whitney Humanities Center

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