The Indianapolis Museum of Art presents CineLatino, a celebration of Latin film making, this Friday, September 25, 2009 and Saturday, September 26, 2009 in the Toby Theatre. Experience new and classic cinema from and about Brazil, Colombia and Peru as this Indianapolis art museum struts its stuff in this mini film festival.
Friday night, SADCO (Sociedad de Amigos de Colombia) celebrates its 25th anniversary with a film and visit from Pepe Vargas, Founder and Executive Director of the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago and Director of the Chicago Latino Film Festival. Vargas will discuss the impact of Latino film on cinema worldwide and introduce When the Waves Break / Cuando rompen las olas from director Riccardo Gabrielli (2006, 95 minutes), a Colombian tale of two boys who make a journey to fulfill their grandmother’s dream.
Saturday features Bye Bye Brasil, a Portuguese film with English subtitles directed by Carlos Diegues (1979, 110 minutes). This film is an introspective travelogue with a dreamy soundtrack which depicts a circus troupe wandering through a country in transition. The film is preceded by the Brazilian documentary short Isle of Flowers / Ilha das flores again a in Portuguese with English subtitles directed by Jorge Furtado (1989, 13 minutes). It is an ironic, rapidly edited comment on capitalism, justice and the value of life.
The two-day film event, CineLatino, closes with Oblivion / El Olvido directed by Heddy Honigmann (2009, 93 min.), an intimate documentary about the existence of everyday people and their lost memories and dreams in Lima, Peru.
Come to the Indianapolis Musuem of Art to learn a bit about Latin film making this weekend during CineLatino. A Single Day ticket is $9.00 for the public, $5.00 for museum members and $7.00 for students with an ID. A Two Day ticket is $12.00 to the public, $8.00 for museum members and $9.oo to students with ID. Visit the Indianapolis Musuem of Art website to learn more and purchase tickets.
Make a day of it by heading to nearby Indianapolis downtown or even the Indianapolis cultural district, Broad Ripple Village. Get a snack or a drink at any of many great Indianapolis restaurants and Indianapolis bars as you discuss the passion and beauty of the films you have just seen. Indianapolis art comes alive in the fall. Stay tuned to Fun City Finder.com for all the latest information about upcoming Indianapolis events.
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