Let´s talk in Basque... at the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival!

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2014-07-28

In collaboration with the Etxepare Basque Institute, the Latin American Film Festival of Vancouver (Canada) will devote this year a special section to the Basque cinema: Let´s Talk in Basque! This new section will show the feature film  Urte berri on, amona / Happy New Year, Grandma! (2011), directed by  Telmo Esnal, and also the 7 short films that make up the Kimuak 2013 catalogue: A political story (Lander Camarero); Cholera (Aritz Moreno); Hotzanak, for your own safety (Izibene Oñederra); Democracy (Borja Cobeaga); Minerita (Raúl de la Fuente); One hour, one step (Aitor Iturriza, Bernat gual); Cutting Grass / Zela Trovke (Asier Altuna).


The Latin American Film Festival of Vancouver aims to show the new Latinoamerican film productions and to promote dialogue between different cultures. This year the festival will be held from August 28 to September 7.


The Basque Film Archive program Kimuak disseminates internationally a selection of short films made each year in the Basque Country, with the support of the Basque Film Foundation and the Etxepare Basque Basque Institute.

In collaboration with the Etxepare Basque Institute, the Latin American Film Festival of Vancouver (Canada) will devote this year a special section to the Basque cinema: Let´s Talk in Basque! This new section will show the feature film  Urte berri on, amona / Happy New Year, Grandma! (2011), directed by  Telmo Esnal, and also the 7 short films that make up the Kimuak 2013 catalogue: A political story (Lander Camarero); Cholera (Aritz Moreno); Hotzanak, for your own safety (Izibene Oñederra); Democracy (Borja Cobeaga); Minerita (Raúl de la Fuente); One hour, one step (Aitor Iturriza, Bernat gual); Cutting Grass / Zela Trovke (Asier Altuna).


The Latin American Film Festival of Vancouver aims to show the new Latinoamerican film productions and to promote dialogue between different cultures. This year the festival will be held from August 28 to September 7.


The Basque Film Archive program Kimuak disseminates internationally a selection of short films made each year in the Basque Country, with the support of the Basque Film Foundation and the Etxepare Basque Basque Institute.

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