PANEL: A Conversation with Sergio Giral
Acclaimed Afro-Cuban filmmaker Sergio Giral will travel to New York to present his latest work on race relations and the Latino experience Two Times Ana.
Born in Cuba, Mr. Giral now lives and works in Miami. His films, considered classics of Caribbean cinema, have won multiple awards around the world. Giral has dedicated his cinematic work to promoting a better understanding of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean history and culture.
ADIFF will screen his trilogy, THE OTHER FRANCISCO (Cuba, 1974), RANCHEADOR (Slave Hunter) (Cuba 1975), and MALUALA (Cuba, 1979), a hard-hitting dramatization of the role of slavery in the colonial era and its legacy in Cuban and Caribbean societies. Two other of his films, PLACIDO (Cuba, 1986) and MARIA ANTONIA (Cuba, 1990), will also screen in the festival.
Teachers College, Columbia University - The Chapel (175 Zankel Hall)
525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10025
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