Julio Cortazar year celebrated at the Cervantes Institute in Bucharest

Newsroom 24/11/2014 | 15:44

A series of events marking 100 years since the birth of the Argentine writer Julio Cortazar will take place starting today at the Cervantes Institute in Bucharest. Four Argentine films, including three feature films inspired by the stories of the author and a biographical documentary Julio Cortazar by Tristan Bauer.

Several meetings with some of the Romanian translators of Julio Cortazar – Tudora Sandru Mehedinti, Luminita Voina-Raut, Marin Malaicu Hondrari and Lavinia Similaru – will also take place.

The events are organized by the Argentine Embassy to Romania and the Cervantes Institute in Bucharest.

Entrance is free, seating is limited. Reservations can be made at cult3buc@cervantes.es.

The program is the following:

Monday, November 24th

19.00 Historias de Cronopios y de Famas

Directed by: Julio Cesar Luduena

Tuesday, November 25th

18.00 Round table: Translators on Cortazar

19.00 Cortazar

Directed by: Tristan Bauer

Wednesday, November 26th

19.00 Circe

Directed by: Manuel Antin

Thursday, November 27th

18.00 Round table: Translators on Cortazar

19.00 La cifra impar

Directed by: Manuel Antin

 

 

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