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Traces and Memory of Jorge Preloran

A documentary by Fermín Álvarez Rivera about an independent filmmaker that gave Argentina a new cinematic identity.

Sunday, November 21, 2010
5:00 PM
Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028

Filmmaker and UCLA professor Jorge Prelorán (1933-2009) documented Argentina as nobody else did before or after him, shooting more than 60 ethnobiographical films. TRACES AND MEMORY OF JORGE PRELORÁN (HUELLAS Y MEMORIA DE JORGE PRELORÁN) is an intelligent and sensitive documentary that turns the camera on Prelorán, telling the story of his prolific career, his personal life and the ways in which he gave Argentina a new cinematic identity.

An homage to Jorge Prelorán for his contribution to Argentine Cinema will be made before the screening of this film on his work, and after the screening discussion will follow with his partner and widow Mabel Prelorán, and representatives of the Consulate of Argentina in Los Angeles and UCLA.

This docuementary is part of the  ninth annual  ARGENTINA NEW CINEMA 2010  Presented by the American Cinematheque and co-presented by the Consulate General and Promotion Center of the Argentine Republic in Los Angeles from November 19-21, 2010, at the Egyptian Theatre. For the full lineup of films presented in this series and more information, please visit this website

 
Tickets are also available at the Egyptian Theatre Box Offices.
General Admission: $11
Student/Senior: $9
American Cinematheque Member: $7
 

 

Tickets: www.fandango.com Be sure to click on "coming attractions" to purchase advance tickets. The fastest way to access the schedule is by theatre zip code - Egyptian 90028 and Aero 90403. Service charges do apply. Parking The best deal for the Egyptian is at the Hollywood & Highland Complex. $2 for 4 hours! Also check the lot on Selma & Cherokee which has $5-7 early bird prices.


www.americancinematheque.com/archive1999/2010/Egyptian/Argentina_New_Cinema_ET2010.htm

Sponsor(s): Center for Argentina, Chile and the Southern Cone, Consulate of Argentina in Los Angeles, American Cinematheque

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