The film Bertsolari and a video-chat with Miren Amuriza at the readership of Bologna

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2014-12-10

Thanks to the readership of Basque language and culture of the University of Bologna, the students will enjoy today, December 10, the film Bertsolari by Asier Altuna. On the other hand, next Wednesday they will chat with the main character of the film and bertsolari Miren Amuriza through the platform Mintzanet.

The film will be screened within the series “Il Cinema de la Spagna Plurale" with the collaboration of the Etxepare Basque Institute. They will also screen the films La lengua de las mariposas, El tren de la memoria and Salvador.

To complete the cycle, on December 17 the students will have tha chance to chat with bertsolari Miren Amuriza within the program "Euskal sortzaileak sarean" of Mintzanet. Amuriza will be tha last artist taking part in the program. Mintzanet means to support all those who wish to speak Basque language, no matter where they are. It is for free and users may log in as many times as they want. The project is managed by Maramara * group, which is supported by the Basque Government, the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council and the Donostia-San Sebastian Council.

Thanks to the readership of Basque language and culture of the University of Bologna, the students will enjoy today, December 10, the film Bertsolari by Asier Altuna. On the other hand, next Wednesday they will chat with the main character of the film and bertsolari Miren Amuriza through the platform Mintzanet.

The film will be screened within the series “Il Cinema de la Spagna Plurale" with the collaboration of the Etxepare Basque Institute. They will also screen the films La lengua de las mariposas, El tren de la memoria and Salvador.

To complete the cycle, on December 17 the students will have tha chance to chat with bertsolari Miren Amuriza within the program "Euskal sortzaileak sarean" of Mintzanet. Amuriza will be tha last artist taking part in the program. Mintzanet means to support all those who wish to speak Basque language, no matter where they are. It is for free and users may log in as many times as they want. The project is managed by Maramara * group, which is supported by the Basque Government, the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council and the Donostia-San Sebastian Council.

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