domingo, 4 de diciembre de 2016

Proyecciones de Navidad en Melbourne Town Hall

It's that time of year again, when the city comes alive with glittering Christmas light projections. 

Head to Melbourne Town Hall and watch this iconic building transform into a bright and swirling magical Christmas light show. 

Due to overwhelming popularity, you can also see these wonderful light projections in Federation Square as well. 

Location

Melbourne Town Hall
90-130 Swanston Street Melbourne VIC 3000
Also at Federation Square

Dates and times

30/11/2016 to 25/12/2016

Mon: 9pm – 10.20pmTue: 9pm – 10.20pmWed: 9pm – 10.20pmThu: 9pm – 10.20pmFri: 9pm – 10.20pmSat: 9pm – 10.20pmSun: 9pm – 10.20pm

Price


This is a free event

Navidad en Melbourne


Enjoy these wonderful Christmas events which bring the magic of the festive season to the city.


The centrepiece of Melbourne's Christmas Festival, City Square will be transformed into Christmas Square, a magical forest offering festive fun for the whole family. 

By day, discover nutcracker soldiers, interactive candy canes and get a free photo with Santa. As part of the TAC's #BePresent campaign, a giant interactive present will find a home in Christmas Square. Deck yourself out in festive decorations for a free, personalised photo and Christmas card!

If you feel like dancing, visit the square from 12pm to 1pm on Saturday 26 November and 3 December to groove along to the Kinderling radio DJs and their Christmas party tunes. 

Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays from December 5 to 21 will also see Christmas story-time sessions, so bring the family down to the square to enjoy Christmas tales suitable for all ages. 

By night, enjoy the soundscapes and Christmas lighting. 

Presented by City of Melbourne and supported by TAC.

Puente de la Bahía de Sydney


por Carmen Iglesias

Puente de la Bahía de Sydney visto desde la orilla opuesta.

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"NO" - Película chilena en Melbourne Filmoteca

Hola Filmotequeros!

What a great screening we had in November!

Just one more film to go and our 2016 Programme will come to an end, so you are all invited to join us, the Filmoteca team, as we celebrate a successful 2016 at our closing night screening on Tuesday 6 December starting @ 6:30pm (Please note the early start to allow enough time for the Pre-Screening show).

Our December screening will be without a doubt an event like no other, and thanks to Nuevo Latino Los Rodriguez, all filmotequeros will be treated to a Pre-Screening show, and as usual lots of prizes and surprises.

All ticket holders will enjoy a complimentary drink and some nibbles, so make sure you have your tickets ready and don't miss out!


If you don't have your tickets yet, head to ACMI or book online.

For a sneak peak of what's to come make sure you follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

See you all soon!
Filmoteca Team

TUESDAY 6 DECEMBER @ 6:30PM
(No)
Chile
2012
With scant resources and constant scrutiny from individuals sympathetic to Pinochet's totalitarian regime, including ad agency colleagues and the secret police, this bold and enthralling film explores the true story of how a team of Chile's "Mad Men" and opponents of the dictatorial government instigated change without resorting to violence during the 1988 plebiscite with only 15 minutes of TV exposure in the early hours of the morning.
"An admirably measured performance from Gael Garcia Bernal" - THR
Director:     Pablo Larrain
Genre:        Political Drama
Duration:    115 Mins
Awards:      Winner: C.I.C.A.E. Award, Cannes Film Festival 2012
                    Winner - Audience Award, Sao Paulo International Film Festival 2012
                    Winner - Grand Coral First Prize, Havana Film Festival 2012

sábado, 3 de diciembre de 2016

Día Nacional del Tango - Diciembre 11

Dear friends,

Each year Argentina celebrates the National Tango Day on 11 December. This date was chosen to commemorate the birthday of two prominent figures in the history of tango: Carlos Gardel (singer, songwriter and composer) and Julio de Caro (composer, musician and orchestra conductor). Throughout the years this great initiative spread to other parts of the world, where tango is embraced by numerous followers.

The Embassy of Argentina, in collaboration with the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies, would like to extend the celebration of Tango Day to Canberra through the screening of the documentary “Our Last Tango”. It is a story about the life and love of two of the most famous tango dancers of the 20th century. The documentary maker German Kral chronicles the decades’ long career of Argentine tango legends Maria Nieves and Juan Carlos Copes, who met in the late 40s when she was 14 and he was 17. They danced together for nearly fifty years and during that time they loved and hated each other and went through several painful breakups. Now both in their eighties, they are willing to open up their hearts about their passion.

“Our Last Tango” was selected to be part of several film festivals including Toronto International Film Festival, Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival, Internationale Hofer Filmtage and Mar del Plata International Film Festival.

When: Thursday 15 December, 6:30pm
Where: Manning Clarke Centre, Theatre 3, ANU
Free and open to the public.

About the film director:

German Kral was born in Buenos Aires in 1968. In 1991 he went to Germany to study cinematography at the Munich Film School. His diploma film “Images of the Absence”, was nominated for the German Grimme Prize and awarded the First Prize at the Yamagata Film Festival in Japan, as well as receiving the Young Bavarian Documentary Film Award. He is a director and writer, best known for his films “Our Last Tango”, “Música Cubana” and “The Last Applause”.

His film “Música Cubana” (2004) had its international premiere at the Venice Film Festival and has been sold all over the world. His film “The Last Applause” (2008), a German, Argentinean and Japanese co-production, received the “FFF Talent Award” at the DOK.FEST Munich and the “Starter Film Prize” of the City of Munich.

We hope to see you there!

Kind regards,

Tatiana Galinskaya-Vernon
Cultural Section
Embassy of Argentina, Canberra ~ Australia
7 National Cct - Barton ACT - 2600
PO Box 4835 - Kingston ACT - 2604
Tel: (61 2) 6273 9111
Fax: (61 2) 6273 0500