This edition: NCI - Noticias Culturales IberoamericanasTweet
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.
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.
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- Thursday, January 24 - 10:00am, 4:00pm
- Saturday, January 26 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, January 27 - 6:30am
- Thursday, January 31 - 10:00am, 4:00pm, 8:30pm
- Saturday, February 2 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, February 3 - 6:30am
- Thursday, February 7 - 10:00am, 4:00pm
- Saturday, February 9 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, February 10 - 6:30am
- Thursday, February 14 - 10:00am, 4:00pm
- Season 14/Episode #6
- Thursday, February 14 - 8:30pm
- Saturday, February 16 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, February 17 - 6:30am
- Thursday, February 21 - 10:00am, 4:00pm
- I am a dreamer, 2
- Thursday, January 17 - 8:30pm
- Saturday, January 19 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, January 20 - 6:30am
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- Thursday, December 27 - 10:00am, 4:00pm, 8:30pm
- Saturday, December 29 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, December 30 - 6:30am
- Thursday, January 3 - 10:00am, 4:00pm
- Saturday, January 5 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, January 6 - 6:30am
- Thursday, January 10 - 10:00am, 4:00pm
- Saturday, January 12 - 2:30pm
- Sunday, January 13 - 6:30am
- Thursday, January 17 - 10:00am, 4:00pm