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Nostalgia for light Patricio Guzman and Let's talk about cinema of Carmen Britto are the works to be displayed at the Central Building of Chilean University as a way to restore the original memory of Chilean film producers Carmen Bueno and Jorge Muller, detained, tortured and disappeared from the dictatorship in 1974.

Friday, November 23, 2018 2:39 hours.

Patricio Guzman

This Saturday, November 24, the kinetics of Chilean University together with the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage will celebrate the Chilean Film Day with the exhibition Nostalgia of light, one of the most important works of director Patricio Guzman, which establishes connections between the work of astronomers in the Atacama desert and the dryness of the soil, which preserves the almost intact human remains of those who were shot during the dictatorship.

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 This work is for director of photography Hector Rios, who, through unpublished testimonies, explains his cinematographic method, accompanied by the intellectual Claudio di Girolamo.

In 2009, the Chilean University kinetics plans to restore the original Chinese Film 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 appropriate to continue the reconstruction of the history of Chilean cinema and to offer spaces for encounters with new challenges in which cinema is an engine that encourages the collection of memory.

programming

Nostalgia of light of Patricio Guzman
When: Saturday, November 24th.
Time: 6:30 am
Where: Enrique Sasi Room, U. de Chile Central House.
Free admission
Including a gesture language feature.

Let's talk about cinema by Carmen Britto
When: Tuesday, November 27th.
Time: 19:00
Where: Enrique Sasi Room, U. de Chile Central House.
Free admission
Exclusive release


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