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This edition: NCI - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas

Episode Details

Original tape date: September 10, 2015.

First aired: September 10, 2015.

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

- En Río de Janeiro la exposición “Sentidos do Nascer”, repasa el modelo de asistencia al parto en Brasil.

- Viajamos a Santiago de Chile para hablar con la directora del documental chileno “La once”.

- El escritor Miguel Munárriz propone la poesía para los tiempos de Twitter con su obra “Va pensiero”.

- La chilena Camila Moreno sigue presentando “Mala Madre” su cuarto hijo musical que recorre lo femenino y partes ignoradas de la historia.

- “Mitos y ritos” es la primera retrospectiva en Europa sobre Mario Cravo que se expone actualmente en Madrid.

- La popular Orquesta Aragón “Charanga Eterna” celebraron su 75 aniversario.

- Un grupo de jóvenes de Boruca en Costa Rica plasman su creatividad en "Noncuanxá", que en su idioma local significa "La Cola del Mono".

- Reflexionamos de la mano de la artista Fabiana Cozza sobre la samba más allá del estereotipo.

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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.

- In Rio de Janeiro we find the exhibition “Ways to be Born” takes you through the model for childbirth care in Brazil.

- We travel to Santiago to speak with the director of the Chilean documentary, “La Once”.

- The writer Miguel Munárriz propounds poetry in the age of Twitter through his work, “Va Pensiero”.

- The Chillean Camila Moreno continues to show her fourth musical, “Mala Madre” (Bad Mother), which talks about femininity and the parts of history that have been ignored.

- Myths and Rites is the first retrospective of Mario Cravo in Europe, now on display in Madrid.

- The famous Aragon Orchestra known as “The Eternal Brass Band” happened to celebrate their 75th anniversary.

- A group of indigenous from Boruca in Costa Rica transmit their creativity in Noncuanxá, which, in the local language, means “the monkey’s tail.”

- Through the work of artist Fabiana Cozza we reflect about Samba beyond the stereotype.