Pablo

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Showing In

Free Color
Home Viewing Fri, Oct 16

Cine Latino Best of Fest Encores - Watch through Sunday, October 25

A lively, touching portrait of famed Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez as he embarks on what would become his final art project: to create and present to the world the experience of pure color as an element unto itself, separate from light and matter, above the Seine in his beloved adopted home city of Paris.

Ticket Prices
General Public:$10.00
Members:$5.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:World Premiere
Programs:Cine Latino
Bright New Voices
Tags:Visual Arts
Latino/Hispanic/Iberian
Arts
Documentary
Release Year:2020
Runtime:6 min
Country/Region:USA
Language:Spanish
Print Source:VenUS Directions
Inc.
Cast/Crew
Director:Andrés Parra
Principal Cast:Pablo Kalaka

Description

Screening before the feature film Free Color.

Filmmaker Andrés Parra follows Pablo Kalaka, a muralist born in Chile and raised in Venezuela, as he worked on a mural in Minneapolis, MN for the University of MN. A quick glance at his artistry and inspiration.

Director Biography

An award winning Director/Producer and Cinematographer, Andrés is owner of VenUS Directions, Inc., which specializes in offering professional production services both nationally and internationally. Andrés has received international recognition for his work as Director and Cinematographer. Some of his awards include: Official selection for the 2017 MSPIFF (Without Papers), Best Documentary at the 2017 Saint Paul Frozen Film Festival for Without Papers, Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards (Without Papers) January 2017 Edition, Bronze Medal award from The New York Festivals and Telly award for his camera work in the documentary Building a New World; Silver Cindy award, Gold New York Festival award, Two Rivers Native Film and Video Festival award, Finalist award from The New York Festivals, Finalist Telly award and top honors at the 1997 ITVA National Festival for his work as Director of Photography for Bertha Iron Boy, a documentary produced for AIDS Films in New York and broadcast on PBS. As a Director of Photography, Andrés also worked for 2 years as part of a team of photographers for the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, a project founded by Film Director Steven Spielberg.


In this year when we cannot gather in person, and when you, our valued audience, cannot come to Cine Latino, Cine Latino will come to you - as CINE LATINO AT HOME / EN CASA! Cine Latino, the region’s only showcase of Latin American and Ibero cinema, features a rich tapestry of narrative and documentary films from across the globe from some of the world’s most acclaimed and up-and-coming Spanish- and Portuguese-language filmmakers.