For the third consecutive year, the Research Project Towards a reconsideration of postwar culture: analysis of the Modes of Representation in Spanish cinema (1939-1962) from Wenceslao Fernández Flórez’s mark (CSO2012-34648, Plan Nacional de I+D+i 2013-2015, Mineco – Gobierno de España) will be present at the Congreso Internacional de Literatura Española Contemporánea, which this year will be held at the universities of Cambridge, Complutense de Madrid and La Coruna during the next seven days.
The congress will begin on Saturday 13 in a journey that will culminate at 18:15 with the conference of José Luis Castro de Paz Homenaje a Wenceslao Fernández Flórez: Historias de cine with which the Principal investigator will speak on relations between literature of the Galician writer and Spanish cinema.
In addition, two other members of the Project will also participate in the scientific sessions with a paper about the film La manigua sin dios (Arturo Ruiz-Castillo, 1947), which will be presented on Friday the 19th, just before the conclusion of the congress at the University of La Coruña.
«Filma Afro Cartagena» is the 4th edition of «Filma Project» and is conceived as a meeting point where filmmakers from Latin America and the world meet to work together with great professionals of international cinematography in the improvement of documentary projects whose central theme is related to the representation of the Afro culture. The Ibermedia […]
The Viana Film Meetings has just opened the call for submissions to the PrimeirOlhar Award, an international competition open to film and communication students from Portugal, Galicia, Brazil and other Portuguese-speaking countries. The award aims to encourage young people to produce and direct innovative and creative documentaries and to reward the best Portuguese-Language documentaries. Films […]
Thirty years after the premiere in Vigo of Continental, Urxa and Sempre Xonxa, the first 35mm feature films released in Galician language, the staf of A Cuarta Parede brought together more than twenty creators born after 1989 to reinterpret these films from different artistic approaches. Two researchers from the GEA, Cibrán Tenreiro and Brais Romero, […]