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Festival of Grape Harvest Adventures and Cultural Latin America!

To participate at the 3 days  colorful and superb  festival will be free of charge.

Day1 … Official opening  Friday, March, 22. 4 p.m., carries on  at 8 p.m. with the Pisco Party

Day2 …  Saturday, March, 23. Opens at noon carries on at 8 p.m. with the Pisco Party

Day3 …   Sunday, March, 24. – Opens at 4 p.m. – 9p.m. Pisco Party 

Scene: District VII. – 51 Akácfa Str. Budapest 

During the late afternoon hours, the H.E. Chilean Ambassador welcomed a press  and media representatives at the Embassay’s residents on Thursday, February, 28 to shot the message of the forthcoming inclusive space to take place  the „Grape Harvest and cultural adventures in South America” and to be visited organized by the support of the Chile Embassy in Budapest, the Chile Wein Import Hungary, Ltd.  and the „Fogasház” House Gear . The  Vintage & Culture Adventures in Latin America will hold a three day program to program to get into fly the mood of South America. Just mentioning a few events: first to mention is the showtime (who hasn’t heard about the thrill of dances in South America!?!), photo exhibitions, dance performances, literary and educational lectures, film screenings, wine tastings, children’s programs, a variety of exhibitors. His excellency also added that during the festival several representatives from Latin American Embassies also will be present and give a taste of their culture and gastronomic. The Wine School CEWI will hold a short presentation in the frame to give a  comprehensive picture of the dynamic South American wine production.  Throughout the three days festival  there will also be  Zsuzsa  Kaszab Barrera and Patricio Baeza  photo exhibition.

The “Grape Harvest” is a kinda national  and culture event in Latin America,  The three-day mini festival (saying this because of the short time) will be holding a series of events when and where the visitors can learn,  get to know more about the exciting world of Latin America, their gastronomy, wines, literature and movies and last but not least on the opening day of the festival a grand performance of the fabulous hot Latin-American dances preforming with the Salsa dancers Diabolica will be out for the pleasure for the eyes and ears. thereafter,  comes a little  literature about the  Harvest in South America … which  basically happened to be no different from the usually applied methods than in Europe …  up to the size and the degree of deviation …  as well as the overall size of the farm increase in Chile, Argentina and Australia.

In the frame to the coming three days festival, there will be plenty of movies to catch, which will hopefully wider many folks attention.

Most of the  movies will be in Spanish language, but don’t worry if you can only listen to it and don’t understand a single word …

they will be subtitled in Hungarian.

Here are some background info to trickle your attention:

The G r o l (1968), Cuba, 97 mins. Cuba, 1962. The civil-born intellectuals Sergio entire family fled to the United States. Once alone, Sergio tries to analyze the surrounding incomprehensible events. Fiction, free cinema, and the Cuban missile crisis, the threat … This is all included in this unforgettable film. Viva Cuba (2005), Cuba, 90 mins. Malu Jorgito and good friends. The two twelve-year-old child does not understand what the fact that the two nuts he bore a hostile feelings towards each other. Jorgito because his mother convinced Communist, but the little girl’s bourgeois Christian descent. When Malu’s grandmother dies, she is divorced, middle-aged mother feels that it is no longer the future of Cuban land.When you take out the two kids news of the intention of a desperate step intended for the people. Malu Jorgito and dangerous journey nt he t the south, away from Havana Camaguayba.
The sound of the G A R tatlans (2004), Mexica, 107 mins. Currently employs more than 300 thousand children for military. The sounds of innocence by the Film Week „is one of the films of the year”, has a 11-year-old Salvadoran boy’s based on a true story, whose home harctérré changes nt he civil war in El Salvador. Machuca (2004), Chile, 121 mins. Chile the early seventies, socialist President Salvador Allende’s direction. Staggering gap between the country’s rich and poor strata. Father McEnroe in their own way trying to help a reputable private school scholarship picks up a handful of poor kids. These include Pedro Machuca. Brave, smart kid, who soon befriends Gonzalóval whose rich parents live in Santiago. The differences in social and political issues, however, divide seep into the walls of the school, and Pedro and Gonzalo whole punch friendships. The goat and people (2005), the Dominican Republic, 120 mins. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1992. When Urania Cabral returns to her hometown only to recognize the silent, motionless, virtually helpless old man. But his father, Agustin Cabral, that is the „brain” of the Senate, and for many years the former dictator, Trujillo’s right hand. Although it has been a very long time ago. Urania thirty years at a distance of one remembers what happened. The aunt and cousins evoke the memories, because they do not understand, why not visit any of them, nor ill father for so long. Finally Urania reveals the terrible secret which had so long kept away from his loved ones, the secrets that ruined his life.The goat also a celebration of all those stories, who sacrificed their lives to end one of the bloodiest dictatorship in Latin America. The two stories of love, hate, violence and death associated with intense kaleidoscope.
I am Cuba (1964), Russian, Spanish language, 140 mins. This Soviet film Soviet poet Yevgeny Jevtusenko novel, and a variety of human destiny through present in pre-revolutionary Cuba’s vulnerability, which eventually led to the outbreak of the revolution. Francisco de Miranda (2006), Venezuela, 140 mins. This is the 2006 film of the great Venezuelan freedom fighter, Francisco de Miranda’s life presents. Miranda, who has participated in events such as the French Revolution, he traveled the world, from the USA, to England, to Russia, to gain support for freedom in Venezuela. During his travels, even Fertőd is reached.T h a n (2007), of Mexica, 97 mins. Mexico City is surrounded by slums from a closed area of the Zone. The filth, the poverty, the crime world of multi-meter high concrete walls and barbed wire fences to protect themselves inhabiting a privileged rich. Huge houses with well-kept gardens, private golf course, it seems that the Zone’s paradise. One stormy night, a huge advertising columns will be decided nt he concrete wall. That, and taking advantage of the power outage, the three young slums climbs into forbidden territory to steal something quickly. It is not foreseen that the inhabitants are all determined to protect their property. The tragedy turns stormy night, two boys were shot, as well as a residential zone and a night watchman dies. The third intruder, who was actually a teenage boy hiding. The rich territory of feel above the law, and chase after the launch of the third robber, private, soulless follow their rules. The silent revolution (2003), 74 mins. Hugo Chávez in Venezuela in 1998, was elected President of the Venezuelan people, the support of the working class, but his opponents wanted to see the fall. Two independent filmmaker 2002nd April 11, stayed nt he presidential palace, when it is removed from the presidency Chávez. Were also present 48 hours later when the coup attempt failed, and President Chavez is back amidst the cheering crowd. A film about the history of the shortest-lived coup d’etat, with all the details of the reactions of leading politicians and street events together. He loves Cuban (1969), Cuban, Spanish, 97 mins.This particular movie odd, since this is partly Kazuo Kuroki Japanese avant-garde film director, which is a Japanese fisherman, Akira falls in love with a young Cuban girl Cuban tobacco, Marcia, who are increasingly involved nt he island’s security responsibilities. Kuroki received little known works of the Cuban Film Institute, the ICAIC support, and eventually the only Cuban-Japanese co-production has become. The film can be seen in contemporary Cuba, feel the atmosphere at the time, and we witness the meeting of two very different cultures. „Caracazo” rebellion of the 2002 coup against Chavez in Venezuela presents the story. Sounds the participants of the revolution, presents the opposition’s speeches, and they also illustrate the external sounds, such as Noam Chomsky. Raised in Venezuela (2006), 75 mins. Venezuela attracted documentary shows that the signal is beyond words, how does the suburban poor neighborhoods of Caracas, the roots of participatory democracy. The film explores the AMA events surrounding the referendum, which the opponents of President Chavez’s recall was issued. The film will process the events of five days before the referendum, and the referendum after the announcement of moments. Suite Habana (2003), Cuba, 84 mins. Havana dawn and as the sun begins ten-day average Cuban follow through, so that the only sounds and images accompanied by music. 

Make sure to make a note in your diary for these upcoming three days, to  enjoy the sights-and-sound of Latin-America!

Update and snaps Aggie Reiter


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