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This edition: Modesto Lacén, Fernando Pérez, Novalima

Episode Details

Original tape date: April 5, 2012.

First aired: April 5, 2012.

Iniciamos este episodio en el Lower East Side. En el recién remodelado Teatro Sea, Patricio Lerzundi entrevista a Modesto Lacén, un actor puertorriqueño que ha participado en importantes obras como “Celia Cruz, el musical” y “DC-7, La historia de Roberto Clemente”.

Luego vamos a La Habana, Cuba, a entrevistar al cineasta cubano Fernando Pérez, autor de películas como “La vida es silbar”, “Madrigal” y “Suite Habana”. Pérez nos habla de la relación de sus filmes con su país de origen.

Para finalizar, nos reunimos en Central Park con Novalima, un colectivo musical que ha logrado el reconocimiento internacional gracias a la fusión sonidos electrónicos y percusión, con canciones de la tradición afroperuana.
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We begin this episode on the Lower East Side. In the recently remodeled Teatro SEA, Patricio Lerzundi interviews Modesto Lacén, a Puerto Rican actor who has appeared in hit shows such as Celia: The Life and Music of Celia Cruz and DC-7: The Roberto Clemente Story.

Then we go to Havana, Cuba, to interview filmmaker Fernando Pérez, director of films such as Life is to Whistle, Madrigal and Suite Habana. He talks about the relationship between his films and his native country.

Finally, we go to Central Park to talk to Novalima, a musical collective that has achieved international acclaim for its fusion of electronic sounds and percussion with traditional Afro-Peruvian songs.

Guest List

Carmen Boullosa Distinguished Lecturer, City College/CUNY

Carlos Li Carrillo Bajo, Novalima

Grimaldo del Solar Beats/Sequencias, Novalima

Modesto Lacén Actor

Prof. Patricio Lerzundi Chair of the Journalism, Communication, and Theatre Department (JCT) at Lehman College

Fernando Pérez Director de cine

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