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This edition: Especial - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas

Episode Details

Original tape date: February 20, 2014.

First aired: February 20, 2014.

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

- Encontrada una copia manuscrita de una obra inédita de Félix Lope de Vega en la Biblioteca Nacional de España.
- Esteban Crespo, candidato al Oscar a mejor cortometraje de ficción, por “Aquel no era yo”.
- Luis García Montero, Miguel Ríos y Joaquín Sabina reivindican un periodismo libre y con dignidad.
- "Obras para una colección" es la exposición que rinde homenaje al escultor Martín Chirino.
- El escritor Juan Villoro asegura que no existe en la actualidad una figura del calibre y talla del Nobel mexicano Octavio Paz.
- La mirada y sensibilidad de 23 jóvenes sirven para una propuesta innovadora unida por un proyecto multidisciplinar.
- El fenómeno de las migraciones o la vida como viaje se analiza a través de un ciclo en Casa de América, de Madrid.
- "En Tiempos de Hierro, Tiempos de Bossa", Evandro Teixeira, íconos del fotoperiodismo brasileño, muestra la contradicción de una época en Río de Janeiro.
- Conversaremos con la cantante peruana Sara Van sobre su próximo nuevo trabajo que llevará por título Hotel Bolívar.

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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.

- A handwritten copy of an unpublished work by Felix Lope de Vega is found in the National Library of Spain.
- Esteban Crespo, Oscar nominee for best fiction short film for “Aquel no era yo” (That Wasn’t Me).
- Luis García Montero, Miguel Rios and Joaquín Sabina defend free and dignified journalism.
- “Obras para una colección” (Works for a Collection) is an exhibition that pays homage to the sculptor Martín Chirino.
- The writer Juan Villoro claims that at present doesn't exist a person of equal caliber and stature as the Mexican Nobel prize Octavio Paz.
- 23 young people´s way of looking and sensitivity is the basis of an innovative proposal for a multidisciplinary project.
- The phenomenon of migration or life as a journey is being analyzed in a film series in Casa de América, Madrid.
- In “Tiempos de Hierro, Tiempos de Bossa", Evandro Teixeira, icon of Brazilian photojournalism, shows the contradiction of an era in Rio de Janeiro.
- We talk to Peruvian singer Sara Van about her next new work entitled Hotel Bolivar.

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