04.23.07 – 04.27.07 | 100% VENEZUELA FILM FESTIVAL, 2ND EDITION | NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
The Second Edition of the 100% Venezuela Film Festival will be held from April 23rd-27th at the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (NYU) and will screen films from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, in addition to some of the most recent productions from this troubled OPEC nation focusing on politics, from diverse angles and points of view.
Noteworthy screenings include: Postcards from Leningrad (2007), Venezuela’s official Oscar entry; the blockbuster success Secuestro Express (2005) and Francisco de Miranda (2006); two of the most important films of all time: The Smoking Fish (1978) and Chronicle of a Subversive Latin American (1975) and the internationally awarded Oriana (1985) and Nude with Oranges (1997), among 14 additional carefully selected films.
During this second edition, 100% Venezuela will also host 4 interdisciplinary symposiums that will bring to New York City renowned politicians, scholars, artists and critics from diverse corners of the United States and the American continent. Among the guests will be filmmakers Mauricio Walerstein and Mariana Rondón, and the politician and former presidential candidate Teodoro Petkoff, in addition to more than 15 other guests and speakers.
All screenings and event will take place at New York University’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center 53 Washington Square South (between Sullivan &Thompson Streets) NYC and are free to the public.
For scheduled times and details of the festival’s related events, please visit: 100% Venezuela Film Festival