Cuba. Can't you already imagine lush green valleys, clouds hanging in dense air
as you look down from atop, smoke rising from chimneys far below like an irregular
streak of white and pretty little things trotting up and down in gaily vibrant
Well, it's difficult when you don't know anything about Cuba. We tried, and found it difficult, too. For all we know, Cuba might not have any of all that. But here's a chance to find out something about it.
The Center for Hispanic Studies, CIEFL, the CIEFL Film Club and The Hyderabad Film Club, in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba, New Delhi, are presenting an 8-day festival of Cuban Cinema (1968-1998) starting on April 1.
Iris Cepeda, Cultural Attaché, Embassy of Cuba, will inaugurate the festival and Professor Pramod Talgeri, Vice-Chancellor of CIEFL, will preside.
The list of movies scheduled for screening is as below:
Lucia (1968) by Humberto Solas (6.00pm)
Cecilia (1981) by Humberto Solas (6.00pm)
Amada (1983) by Humberto Solas (8.15pm)
Memories of Underdevelopment (1968) by Tomas Gutierrez Alea (6.30pm)
The Last Supper (1976) by Tomas Gutierrez Alea (6.00pm)
The Survivors (1978) by Tomas Gutierrez Alea (8.15pm)
Upto A Certain Point (1983) by Tomas Gutierrez Alea (6.00pm)
Strawberry And Chocolate (1993) by Tomas Gutierrez Alea (8.15pm)
Clandestine (1987) by Fernando Perez (6.00pm)
Hello Hemingway (1990) by Fernando Perez (8.15pm)
Adorable Lies (1991) by Gerardo Chijona (6.00pm)
Vertical Love (1997) by Arturo Sotto (8.15pm)
Jibaro (1984) by Daniel Diaz Torres (6.00pm)
Kleines Tropicana (1998) by Daniel Diaz Torres
Please contact Satish Poduval at 709-8131/8033 for further details.