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This edition: NCI - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas

Episode Details

Original tape date: March 28, 2016.

First aired: March 31, 2016.

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

Asistimos al Festival “Ellas crean” para conocer la realidad de la mujer en las artes escénicas.

El documental “Tus padres volverán” nos aproxima a la historia de 154 niños que en 1983 regresaron a su desconocido país.

Una exposición donde el visitante no puede ver nada pero todo lo siente. Es Diálogo en la oscuridad, toda una experiencia multisensorial.

José Luis Garcí dirige “Arte Nuevo”, una obra que persigue reivindicar la figura de aquellos que en el pasado abrieron caminos que otros recorrieron después.

El artista de Costa Rica José Miguel Rojas reflexiona en su obra sobre la dualidad.

Publicidad y humor vertebran “Smile” un festival que celebró su sexta edición.

Repasamos de la mano de Pilar Estrada y Carmen Araujo la situación del arte en Ecuador y Venezuela en la Feria ARCO.

Visitamos Nueva York para encontrarnos con la periodista y activista mexicana Lydia Cacho

Hablamos con el periodista Marcos Paradinas que acaba de publicar el libro “El fin de la homofobia”.

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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.

We attend the festival “Ellas Crean” (Women Create) to get to know the reality of women in performing arts.

The documentary “Tus Padres Volverán” (Your Parents will Come Back) brings us the story of 154 children who, in 1983, returned to their own but unknown country.

An exhibition in which the visitor cannot see anything and only feels. That is “Dialogue in the Dark,” a complete multi-sensory experience.   

Luis Garcí directs “Arte Nuevo” (New Art), a project that works to honor those trail blazers of the past who created paths for others to take later.

The Costa Rican artist, José Miguel Rojas, reflects on Dualities through his work.

Publicity and humor are the heart of “Smile,” a festival celebrating its sixth edition.

We take a look at the state of art in Ecuador and Venezuela with the help of Pilar Estrada and Carmen Araujo at the Art Fair, ARCO.

We visit New York to meet up with journalist and Mexican activist, Lydia Cacho.

We speak with journalist Marcos Paradinas who has just published his book The End of Homophobia.

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