Cineteca da U. de Chile announces free program to celebrate the Day of Cinema «Diário e Rádio U Chile



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Nostalgia for light by Patricio Guzmán e Let's talk about cinema. by Carmen Brito are the works that will be exhibited in the Central House of the University of Chile as a way to recover the original commemoration of this day in memory of the Chilean filmmakers Carmen Bueno and Jorge Muller, detained, tortured and disappeared by the dictatorship in 1974.

Friday, November 23, 2018 2:39 a.m.

Patricio Guzmán

This Saturday, November 24, the Cineteca of the University of Chile, together with the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage, celebrates Chilean Cinema Day with the exhibition of Nostalgia of light, one of the most important works by filmmaker Patricio Guzmán, which links the work of astronomers in the Atacama desert and the dryness of the soil, which preserves the almost intact human remains of the shots during the dictatorship.

On the other hand, next Tuesday 27 will be the exclusive premiere of the documentary Let's talk about cinema., by the director and archivist Carmen Brito. This work is about director of photography Héctor Ríos, who through unpublished testimonies explains his cinematographic method, accompanied by the intellectual Claudio di Girólamo.

In 2009, the Cineteca of the University of Chile planned to recover the original commemoration of Chilean Cinema Day, which began in the 1980s as a gesture of memory and political resistance.

45 years after the coup d'état, this cinematographic space considers it pertinent to continue to recover the history of Chilean cinema, proposing spaces of encounter with new challenges where cinema is the motor that promotes the meeting with the memory.

Programming

Nostalgia of the Light from Patricio Guzmán
When: Saturday, November 24.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Where: Enrique Sazié Room, Central House U. of Chile.
Admission free.
Inclusive function with sign language.

Let's talk about cinema. from Carmen Brito
When: Tuesday, November 27.
Hours: 7:00 p.m.
Where: Enrique Sazié Room, Central House U. of Chile.
Admission free.
Exclusive release

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