Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at 9:30 PM
This month, BxFW features six extraordinary short films from Latin America that illustrate a wide range of points of view, topics, and aesthetic approaches:
- NOS VAMOS PA’ PARÍS (We’re Going to Paris). Director: David Norris. 2019. Puerto Rico. 9 min. – An old married couple plan to rob a bank in order to save their house from foreclosure… and something else.
- CARDUMEN. Director: Katherine Bautista. 2013. Dominican Republic. 12 min. – The hard life of a kid and his audacity to succeed.
- EL ZURDO (Left Handed). Director: Alberto Martin. 2018. Cuba. 15 min. – A young and talented boxer is expelled from the boxing academy and must break the news to his grandfather.
- LUMINARIS. Director: Juan Pablo Zaramella. 2011. Argentina. 5 min. – Contemporary stop-motion love story between two light bulb factory employees.
- ÁDITO. Directors: Renata Ferraz and Rubiane Maia. 2017. Brazil. 15 min. – Two women, fragments of memory, crisis and dream, in a cross between fiction and reality.
- EN PEDAZOS (In Pieces). Director: Michelle Malley-Campos. 2015. Puerto Rico. 15 min. – A short a drama about love, loss, and redemption between a brother and his sister.
Program presented in English and Spanish with subtitles.
9:30 PM | Bronx Film Wednesdays Digital on BronxNet TV — Hosted by BronxNet’s Sonyi Lopez and featuring brand new interview with film director Michelle Malley-Campos.
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Bronx Film Wednesdays (BxFW) screens new, little-seen, and standout indie films that you will love! Travel the world and open your mind to stories as wild and from as far as the imagination can go — romance, comedy, action, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, thriller, drama, music, sports, animation, documentary, and more! Carefully selected to illustrate cultural, aesthetic, and geographic diversity. This year, BxFW goes digital in partnership with BronxNet Community Television, bringing our monthly screenings online and to public access television!