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Bolivian Cinema Series

Bolivian Cinema Series
August 12 - September 9, 2021
7:30PM - 9:00PM
Gateway Film Center / BoliviaCine.com

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2021-08-12 19:30:00 2021-09-09 21:00:00 Bolivian Cinema Series The Abya Yala Student Organization, with co-sponsorship from the Center for Latin American Studies and other partners, is proud to host the Bolivian Cinema Series, beginning August 12. The series adopts a hybrid format, with two options to view the films, either in person at the Gateway Film Center at 7:30pm EST or online (a 30 hr. window, 6pm the day of the screening until 11pm the following day) at BoliviaCine.com. Viewers will need to create a free account with BoliviaCine in order to stream the films.   A virtual Q&A with the director of each film will be held the day after the showing (Fridays) at 5pm via Zoom. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required for each film in order to attend the Q&A.   The films to be shown are: Thurs., Aug 12: San Antonio (2011) Fri., Aug 13: Q&A with director Álvaro Olmos via Zoom Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here   Thurs., Aug. 19: Lo más bonito y mis mejores años (2005) Fri., Aug. 20: Q&A with director Martín Boulocq via Zoom Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here   Thurs., Aug. 26: El olor de tu ausencia (2013) Fri., Aug. 27: Q&A with director Eddy Vásquez via Zoom Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here   Thurs., Sep. 2: Viejo calavera (2016) Fri., Sep. 3: Q&A with director Kiro Russo via Zoom Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here   Thurs., Sep. 9: Compañía (2019) Fri., Sep. 10: Q&A with director Miguel Hilari Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here   Read more about another ongoing Abya Yala partnership with CLAS, the Conversations on a Changing Planet and Latin America series.  Gateway Film Center / BoliviaCine.com Center for Latin American Studies clas@osu.edu America/New_York public

The Abya Yala Student Organization, with co-sponsorship from the Center for Latin American Studies and other partners, is proud to host the Bolivian Cinema Series, beginning August 12.

The series adopts a hybrid format, with two options to view the films, either in person at the Gateway Film Center at 7:30pm EST or online (a 30 hr. window, 6pm the day of the screening until 11pm the following day) at BoliviaCine.com. Viewers will need to create a free account with BoliviaCine in order to stream the films.  

A virtual Q&A with the director of each film will be held the day after the showing (Fridays) at 5pm via Zoom.

The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required for each film in order to attend the Q&A.  

Bolivian Cinema Series

The films to be shown are:

  • Thurs., Aug 12: San Antonio (2011)
    • Fri., Aug 13: Q&A with director Álvaro Olmos via Zoom
    • Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here

 

  • Thurs., Aug. 19: Lo más bonito y mis mejores años (2005)
    • Fri., Aug. 20: Q&A with director Martín Boulocq via Zoom
    • Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here

 

  • Thurs., Aug. 26: El olor de tu ausencia (2013)
    • Fri., Aug. 27: Q&A with director Eddy Vásquez via Zoom
    • Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here

 

  • Thurs., Sep. 2: Viejo calavera (2016)
    • Fri., Sep. 3: Q&A with director Kiro Russo via Zoom
    • Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here

 

  • Thurs., Sep. 9: Compañía (2019)
    • Fri., Sep. 10: Q&A with director Miguel Hilari
    • Read more, view the trailer, and register for the Q&A here

 

Read more about another ongoing Abya Yala partnership with CLAS, the Conversations on a Changing Planet and Latin America series

The Bolivian Cinema Series is organized by the Abya Yala Student Organization with support from the following OSU partners: Center for Latin American Studies, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, K'acha Willaykuna Group, Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Department of Comparative Studies, Department of Anthropology, and Department of Theatre, Film, & Media Arts