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This edition: Season 13/Episode #11: NCI - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas

Episode Details

Original tape date: February 9, 2018.

First aired: February 15, 2018.

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

We interview the director Lucrecia Martel about her new movie "Zama."
 
The Journalist Ramon Lobo talks about his book "Kabul's Notebooks."
 
We talk with the artist Pia Tedesco about Cabaret.
 
We approach to the poetry of Vicente Aleixandre.
 
We break down why is so difficult in Spain to make a living out of scriptwriting.
 
We talk with the sculptor Vicente Ortí about his work.
 
we talk about the presence of  the bolivian coca leaf in food, beverages and medicines.
 
We visit libros.com, a publishing house that publishes through crowdfunding.
 
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Nueva York se enorgullece en presentar Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas, el innovativo noticiero cultural producido por la Asociación de las Televisiones Educativas y Culturales Iberoamericanas.

Entrevistamos a la directora Lucrecia Martel sobre su nueva película "Zama".
 
El periodista Ramon Lobo nos habla de su novela "Cuadernos de Kabul".
 
Conversamos con la artista Pía Tedesco sobre el cabaret.
 
Nos acercamos a la poesía de Vicente Aleixandre.
 
Analizamos por qué es tan difícil ganarse la vida como guionista en España.
 
Conversamos con el escultor Vicente Ortí acerca de su obra.
 
Conversamos sobre la presencia de la hoja de coca boliviana en comida, bebidas y medicinas.
 
Visitamos libros.com una editorial que publica mediante crowdfunding.

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