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Opening Night: "The 1st Annual NYC Revolutionary Latino Film Festival"
Maysles Cinema
New York, NY
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Opening Night: "The 1st Annual NYC Revolutionary Latino Film Festival"
In Celebration Of The 82nd Birthday Of Dr. Ernesto "Che" Guevara

The Maysles Cinema presents the internationally award-winning film, Machetero!

6:00pm screening of:
El Che
A documentary looking at the life and work of Che Guevara.

Dir. Vagabond, 2010
Post 9/11 definitions, ideas and notions of terrorism are challenged in this controversial film. French journalist Jean Dumont (Isaach de Bankolé) interviews Pedro Taino (Not4Prophet) a "Puerto Rican Terrorist" in prison. Pedro is a self-described Machetero fighting to free a colonized Puerto Rico from the United States. Jean questions Pedro about his decision to use violence to achieve that freedom. As they speak, a ghetto youth (Kelvin Fernandez) trapped in a cycle of violence, is encouraged by Pedro and a mentor (Dylcia Pagan) from his childhood in Puerto Rico to become the next generation of Machetero. The film is structured around songs from the album, "Liberation Day" by RICANSTRUCTION and interwoven into the film as a narrative voice. RICANSTRUCTION also provides an original improvised score.

*** Immediately followed by a very special panel discussion and Q & A with writer, producer and director of Machetero- Vagabond, Former 20 year Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Dylcia Pagan, and other representatives from the Cuban Mission, Cuba Solidarity & the Puerto Rican Independence Movement. ***

Praise for Machetero:
"Machetero is riveting! A great film with a passionate statement, well written dialogue and strong music by Ricanstruction" - Chuck D, MC of Public Enemy

"Finally a badddasss movie with the courage to produce a really alive and resurgent revolutionary DIY message from the unconquerable urban jibaro Underground spirit. This movie is a prescripton for doing the Impossible. What a breath of fresh puerto rican beach air in these stank neoliberal US imperial times! You can smell the thick sweet scent of insurgent Libertad! A must see. No really, a MUST see" - Ashanti Alston, former Black Panther/BLA/political prisoner



Maysles Cinema
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
United States

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