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Special: Mexican Cinema & the Films of Arturo Ripstein (Lp11212013)

LatinPulse on November 22, 2013 03:07

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    Mexican cinema takes a well deserved bow on "Latin Pulse" this week. The program gives a full review of the history of Mexico's contributions to theatrical film-making and the influence of key Mexican film-makers now on global cinema. This special program includes segments of a one-on-one interview with Arturo Ripstein, an award-winning Mexican director. Ripstein discusses his influences and the program shows his impact on the current Mexican cinema scene. The news segment of the program covers the presidential debate in Costa Rica in preparation for elections in 2014.
    The program includes interviews with:

    Mexican film director Arturo Ripstein; and
    Jeff Middents of American University.

    Executive Producer: Rick Rockwell;
    Associate Producers: Rae Daniel & Megan Ekhaml; and
    Reporter: Zach Cohen.

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    A full listing of film excerpts used in this program can be found here:

    “Latin Pulse” is produced at American University’s School of Communication. This program is sponsored by the university’s Center for Latin American & Latino Studies (CLALS), in association with Link TV.


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