UNFINISHED SPACES USA, 2011, 86 minutes Directors: Alysa Nahimas & Benjamin Murray Unfinished Spaces tells the turbulent story of the Cuban Revolution through its most significant architectural achievement the Cuban National Art Schoolsand the lives of the architects who built them. Neglected, nearly forgotten, then ultimately rediscovered as visionary architectural masterpieces the film goes on an emotional journey to explore Cuba's past and future, inviting discussions about art and politics.
Preceded by: GUERRILLA ART
USA, 2011, 6 minutes Director: Paul Donatelli Romeo Gilberto Osorio's small piñata shop in San Francisco boasts a showroom filled with colorful crepe paper-covered characters. But his mild mannered appearance belies a violent and traumatic past as a guerrilla commander in El Salvador's bloody civil war thirty years ago. His life story is that of a burgeoning artist pulled by circumstance into a war, now struggling to put his past behind him and focus on the intricate yet underappreciated art form of making piñatas.
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