Based on the films and authors around which the For an Impossible Cinema: Documentary and Avant-Garde in Cuba Retrospective is built, this round table will try to deepen the radical and innovative scope of the language invented by cinema, after the Revolution of 1959: a reflection looking to identify the contemporary nature of an “imperfect cinema”, to use Julio García Espinosa’s expression, and its ability to tell and examine reality in a moment of great change in that country. With the presence ofChema González, Lola Calviño, Michael Chanan, Olivier Hadouchi, Raquel Ribeiro and moderated by Davide Oberto.
OCT 26 / 11.00 am, São Jorge 3
The round table will be held in spanish, with no translation
Open to the public, within the availability of seats
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