CalArts en Cineteca Nacional

Salvo algunas proyecciones durante festivales, la programación de cine más arriesgada en la Ciudad de México no pasa por espacios institucionalizados de exhibición. Por ello resulta alentador que Cineteca Nacional ofrezca un ciclo inusual, “CalArts presenta… Ventanas sin límites en movimiento”, durante esta y la siguiente semanas para disfrute de los cinéfilos capitalinos […]

El ciclo fue organizado por la artista y cineasta Valentina Pelayo. Uno de sus principales objetivos consiste en dar a conocer la obra Billy Woodberry (Estados Unidos), que como gran parte del cine negro de Estados Unidos, no ha recibido la atención que merece en nuestro país. A él, sumó a la reconocida Sharon Lockhart (Estados Unidos), dos jóvenes profesores, Pia Borg (Australia) y Juan Pablo González (México), y un exalumno, Luciano Piazza (Argentina).

Etienne, Julián. “Un ciclo excepcional. CalArts en Cineteca Nacional.” Letras Libres en línea, Abril 12 de 2018. http://www.letraslibres.com/mexico/cinetv/un-ciclo-excepcional-calarts-en-cineteca-nacional

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Las nubes (2018) de Juan Pablo González

Jorge Lorenzo in Cincinnati

The Mini Microcinema is hosting Jorge Lorenzo on Jan 19, 2017. Jorge comes to Cincinnati by way of Toronto where he recently undertook an Artist Residency at LIFT, one of Canada’s premier  moving image arts organization. In his program for Jorge bridges two cities that he intimately knows and have played an integral part of his development as a filmmaker.

MTY-BOG Relays: Exchanges between Colombia and Mexico
Thursday, January 19, 2017
7:00pm 10:00pm
The Mini Microcinema
1329 Main Street Cincinnati, OH, 45202

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On Natalia Almada’s Todo lo demás

…by not allowing viewers to flee or escape these interstitial moments, Almada asks us to be present, and to experience with Doña Flor a life that we might otherwise deny intensity or importance because of its commonality. The slowness of Todo lo demás requires that we approach the present as a moment imbued with intensities and affective resonances, that harkens up feelings from the past, or worries about the future, as long as we are able to sit with it long enough to notice.

Fornoff, Carolyn. “‘The Case for Slow Cinema: Natalia Almada’s Todo lo Demás.’” Mediático, November 7, 2016. http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/mediatico/2016/11/07/the-case-for-slow-cinema-natalia-almadas-todo-lo-demas/.