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This edition: Especial - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas

Episode Details

Original tape date: July 18, 2013.

First aired: July 18, 2013.

Nueva York se enorgullece en presentar Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas, el innovativo noticiero cultural producido por la Asociación de las Televisiones Educativas y Culturales Iberoamericanas.

Este episodio incluye:

- El escritor mexicano Mario Bellatin presenta Gallinas de madera.
- La obra de teatro Las Julietas representa los sabores y sin sabores de la identidad uruguaya.
- Conversamos con Ángel Parra, músico, escritor e hijo de la cantante Violeta Parra.
- El compositor Fernando Velázquez, nos desvela los secretos de la composición para cine.
- La convención mundial de la arqueología maya se celebra en Guatemala.

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Nueva York is proud to present Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas, the innovative news show from the Association of Ibero-American Education and Cultural Television.

This episode includes:

- The Mexican writer Mario Bellatin presents "Gallinas de madera", Wooden Hens.
- The play The Juliets represents the good and the bad in Uruguayan identity.
- We talk to Ángel Parra, musician, writer and son of singer Violeta Parra.
- Soundtrack composer Fernando Velázquez reveals the secrets of composing for films.
- The worldwide convention of Mayan archeology is held in Guatemala.

Guest List

Carmen Boullosa Distinguished Lecturer, City College/CUNY

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

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