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NEWSLETTER N° 484: November 11, 2010

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Discovering Latin America Film Festival will shine bright in London this month

From the 18th to the 28th of November the Discovering Latin America Film Festival (DLAFF) will reach its 9th edition exhibiting a compilation of the best recent film productions from Latin America. Award-winning films such as Argentine feature The Secret in Their Eyes (2009) and Brazilian documentary Only When I Dance (2009) will be exhibited in participating venues throughout Central London such as Odeon Covent Garden, Odeon Panton Street and Tate Modern. The Discov...

Discovering Latin America (from London)

Discovering Latin America is based in London and runs three main festivals throughout the year, the Film, Rhythms and the Literature Festival. From the 18th to the 28th of November the Discovering Latin America Film Festival (DLAFF) will reach its 9th edition exhibiting some of the best Latin American films at selected Odeon Cinemas throughout London. The Discovering Latin America Film Festival (DLAFF) is the largest of its kind in Europe and will bring to the city a wide variety of feature, exp...

Blood And Rain will open "Discovering Latin America Film Festival" in London

  Blood And Rain (La Sangre y la Lluvia) by Jorge Navas Colombia/Spain (2008) 100'  Opening Night Gala, UK Premiere + Q&A with Director Jorge Navas    Showing: 26 Nov 09, 20:00 - 22:05 Venue: Odeon Covent Garden This outstanding expressionist film is full of symbolism. Jorge and Angela meet on a rainy night in the streets of Bogota. Jorge, a cab driver affected by his brother’s death; Angela, an artist and princess of the night. Their chance encounter helps ...

Habana Blues wins DLA Film Fest Audience Award

HABANA BLUES WINS THE DLA AUDIENCE AWARD and we are all sad the festival is over one more year... Habana Blues by Benito Zambrano was voted the "most loved" film of the 5th edition of the Discovering Latin America Film Festival, as part of the Audience Award sponsored by the Meliá White House Hotel. The audience award is based on the average scores given by the audience, as well as attendance numbers.Habana Blues tells the story of two young Cuban musicians who share the same dream: becoming fa...

DLA - Discovering Latin America Film Festival opener

FORBIDDEN TO FORBID (PROIBIDO PROIBIR) A film directed by Jorge DuránBrazil, 2006 - 100 mins. (English Subtitles)Come and experience the vibrancy of the Discovering Latin America film festival by seeing the opening night film of ‘Proibido Proibir’! This is a unique opportunity to see a great film and to have the chance to pose any questions to the director himself.Date: 23rd November 2006Time: 8pmPlace: Odeon Covent Garden, Shaftesbury Avenue (Off Cambridge Circus)£12. Booking recommended....

Discovering Latin America Film Festival in London

The third Discovering Latin America Film Festival in LondonThe third edition of the ‘Discovering Latin America Film Festival’ closed in London on December 5th amid great satisfaction among the organizers. Although the event had grown considerably since last year, with a larger number of films and, for the first time, master classes, they had managed to make it run smoothly. This is an unusual film festival, run by a group of enthusiastic amateurs. The artistic director personally introduced ...

London Latin America 3rd Film Festival

Discovering Latin America Film FestivalLondon November 25 - December 5London may seem an unlikely place for a Latin American film festival. Most of the Argentinean, Cuban and Uruguayan films that have won festival prizes in the last couple of years have never been distributed in London (as a matter of fact, outside of Latin America, most of these films have only been distributed in Paris). Also, the English are not known for their unequivocal enthusiasm for anything Argentinean. Nevertheless, on...

Argentinean Films at the London Film Festival

The Latest New Wave: Argentinean Films at the London Film FestivalThe notion of 'new wave' is probably one of the most meaningless concepts used in film criticism. Since the French nouvelle vague of the sixties, each time a nation produces two or three talented directors, the critics start to talk about a new wave. If this term had existed in the twenties, German expressionism and French impressionism would surely have been described as such. In the last four decades, however, there are few new ...