Large Caribbean

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Synopsis:

The Colonial Gate Cinema 4 d, presents the international exhibition "Great Caribbean" three connected realities counted from movies. Of the 25 October to the 2 November to the 8:15 PM.

The exhibition opens on Wednesday 25 October with the documentary film Caribbean Fantasy directed by Johanné Gómez, who assumes to tell his story to the Ozama River flows through the city of Santo Domingo, a vein of agimportant UA, is contaminated from years ago. Its shores are inhabited by thousands of migrants from villages, those who left their camps in search of prosperity city that still fails to arrive. There lives Ruddy, a present day Charon, the oars pushing his boat are extensions of his arms. It crosses from one bank to another carrying workers from the neighborhood. Presents the 25 , 26 and 27 October.


Haiti "Quisqueya to Haiti will be displayed, But where our trees will have gone? The director of the documentary is a passionate defense of the environmental recovery in Haiti, giving a voice of warning about the effects of deforestation.


This documentary was produced with the intention of transforming the ideas of population on the consequences of the degradation of the environment. It provides key elements to understanding the impact of the timber trade during the colonial period, the American occupation and the dictatorship of the Duvaliers and Trujillo, through interviews and collection of unpublished files. Presents the 28, 29 and 30 October


For Puerto Rico, Jose M participates "Bankruptcy" made by the film critic. Umpierre and Kendall Marsh within the collective G-11. The "Bankruptcy" documentary chronicles the evolution of the fiscal crisis in Puerto Rico, that drags a public debt exceeding the 70.000 millions of dollars. It explains in simple and different experts in different branches of knowledge, basic statistical data on the evolution of the fiscal crisis in Puerto Rico. Presents the 31 October (with the presence of its directors) and the 1 and 2 November.

Working Hours

Monday

Closed  

Tuesday

10:00 AM a 11:00 PM

Wednesday

10:00 AM a 11:00 PM

Thursday

10:00 AM a 11:00 PM

Friday

10:00 AM a 11:00 PM

Saturday

10:00 AM a 11:00 PM

Sunday

10:00 AM a 11:00 PM