Ilsa Negra, Illa Blanca & God Is a Brazilian
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|Mon 11 Jun ’12, 6:30pm||
Where: Hollywood 3 Cinema, 28 Marriner Street, Sumner, Christchurch City
Restrictions: All Ages
- Full membership (12 months): $110.00
- Concession membership (12 months): $100.00
- Junior membership (secondary school): $50.00
- 3-month membership: $65.00
- 3-film sampler: $30.00
- Booking fees may apply
Isla Negra, Isla Blanca, Ventura Durall, Chile/Spain 2004, DV
This documentary explores the collaboration between the Nobel-prizewinning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda and his friend, the Catalan architect Germà Rodriguez Arias, to build and renovate four unique houses in Chile and France. The collaboration produced two very different aesthetic styles: the irrational Nerudan world on one side and Bauhaus lines and rationalism on the other.
Procura-se Déus, Marcel Cordiero, Brazil 2006, DV
While the rest of the world struggles with religious conflict, this documentary portrays Brazil as a model of peaceful coexistence: a religious democracy, where everyone is free to follow as many gods as they like. "God is a Brazilian!"
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