Many movies and a nice cantata

Many movies and a nice cantata

By Gabriel Abalos

A series of good movies

Cristina Salvarezza, one of the “witches” of Cordobazo.

The second Cordobés Film Festival continues its march in provincial theaters and the capital city of Córdoba. Cinerama and Cines Dinosaurio Mall Alto Verde cinemas in the city of Córdoba will show today and tomorrow a series of titles (short and feature films) from the latest local productions, a review of already historic films of Cordoba cinema and new Argentine films. They went through the Mar del Plata Festival as an invitation program. In a review of what can be seen at 6:30 p.m. in Cinerama (Av. Colón 345) this Friday, I, a traitor, written by Rodrigo Fernández Engler with Mariano Martínez, Jorge Marrale and Arturo Puig, tells a story about second chances . to come back in the family group. At 20:30, Las Brujas del Cordobazo, by Luciana Dadone and Andrés Dunayevich, based on Bibiana Fulchieri’s book El Cordobazo de las mujeres, will have its premiere in Córdoba (watched last night in Río Cuarto), a drama that weeds out and highlights women. documentary. Participation in the social struggle that led to the 1969 Cordoba epidemic. Meanwhile, at Dino de Alto Verde (Rodríguez del Busto 4086), Martín Sappia Rabiosos Rabiosos’ short film is on display at 20:20. After careful scrutiny by the Cordova artist Antonio, Sappia, I continued. At 10:40 p.m. Valentina Maurel’s Costa Rican film I have electric dream, which was recently a guest of the Mar del Plata Festival. Among other films, tomorrow the animated series of Agustina Comedi and Ana Comes Las aventuras de Eloísa will be shown for preschool audiences; Diego Briata and Santiago Vivacqua’s documentary about Evo Morales Tomorrow we will be millions; and Nicanor Loreti’s Búfalo, played by Sergio “Maravilla” Martínez, is the story of a boxer who is released from prison and must choose between release or relapse. Also on Saturday, an adult artisanal animation by Carmen Garzón Huellas will be screened in Alto Verde, and Inés María Barrionuevo’s teenage feminist story Camila will premiere tonight and will premiere at the San Sebastián Festival in 2021; El Visitante, a Bolivian and Uruguayan co-production by Martín Boulocq about re-establishing the bond between an imprisoned father and his daughter, is a film screened at the 37th Mar del Plata International Film Festival.

portraits of Hilda Herrera
Today at 20:00 at the Teatro del Libertador, the Romance of Buenos Aires cantata, the music of Hilda Herrera, and the poetry of Margarita Durán, a poetic-musical work created in 1972 by these two greats of Argentine popular music, are presented. Featuring the arts of the Provincial Chamber Choir and the Provincial Citizen Music Orchestra, and the voices of soprano Silvia Lallana, baritone Alejandro Pittis and Gustavo Visentín as narrators, in this always-appropriate staging of an under-performed work. The address belongs to teacher Gustavo Maldino. Thus, a program postponed last August with the participation of Hilda Herrera from Cordoba (Capilla del Monte), the great pianist of Argentine folklore and the composer of this piece, now in her nineties and in full force. a true magnificence of our music, which will be duly honored tonight at their concerts. Hilda was awarded the 400 Years of University Culture Award by the National University of Córdoba at the end of 2020. She was awarded the important Konex Award in 2005.
Romance de aquella porteña encompasses a variety of Argentine rhythms: triumph, sadness, milonga, waltz, candombe, citizen milonga, and tango to portray anonymous Argentine women silenced by texts that are part of the construction of the homeland in different contexts of Argentine history. Those who lived in rural areas of the pampas before Buenos Aires was founded, for example, the criollas, who have lived with new immigrants to the city since the late 19th century.
Before co-creating this work, Hilda and Margarita collaborated on certain tracks, such as the powerful zamba El Fiero recorded by Mercedes Sosa in 1970, and citizen songs Señales luminosas and Amanece despacito.
The concert is at 20, admission is free. A great meeting with Argentine popular music.

Puppets come out on Fridays
The Provincial Barn Puppet Theater exhibits beautiful works made with puppets in two stages and two programs. At 17:00, at the Cultural Center of Córdoba (Av. Poeta Lugones 401), the play Philia is presented about a girl who plays, dreams and grows up experiencing her talents. It is a creation of puppeteer Rocío Oyarzún, with dramaturgy co-written with production director Gretel Istilarte. “The nonstop jumping, looking, touching and exploring, wanting to swallow the world of reality to make the wish come true later, and discovering that sometimes waiting isn’t all that hard.” Tickets: $500 at and at the Córdoba Cultural Center Auditorium ticket office.
And at 20:00, La Catrina, a work by puppeteers Luis Miceli and Raúl Sánchez, co-produced by Cordobesa Comedy and Stable Puppet Theatre, is presented in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd (Av. Hipólito Yrigoyen 325). with actors and toys. The work refers to the death, a living death, which the protagonist, Mrs. Francisca, has been searching for in her memories since childhood. The work visually evokes the Mexican tradition of the Day of the Dead. Tickets are $500. Available at

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