Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this event has been POSTPONED until further notice. Ticket refunds and exchanges are available from Quad.
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The next Bigas Luna Tribute will take place in New York City – rescheduled dates are TBC. Details below refer to original dates. The revised event may include some changes.
The main weekend events will include screenings of the entire ‘Iberian Portraits’ trilogy, cava reception and introductions by Bigas Luna specialists. The trilogy will be screened again throughout the following week.
Over the past six years the Bigas Luna Tribute has collaborated with over a dozen cinemas and 4 festivals in 17 cities and 7 countries around the world. We have hosted almost 70 screenings so far, attracting large audiences and many institutional and commercial sponsorships. The events provide an opportunity to enjoy the important work of one of Spain’s most iconic filmmakers with an opportunity to learn more about the context in which they were produced, in conversation with some of his collaborators and international academics that have researched the films.
The main events at QUAD CINEMA in NYC are as follows:
RE-SCHEDULED DATE TBC
5pm – Huevos de oro/Golden Balls(1993) with intro by Emeritus Professor Marvin D’Lugo (Clark University).
7.15 pm – La teta y la luna/The Tit and the Moon (1994) with intro by Distinguished Professor Paul Julian Smith (CUNY Graduate Center).
RE-SCHEDULED DATE TBC – Huevos de oro (1993).
RE-SCHEDULED DATE TBC – La teta y la luna (1994).
RE-SCHEDULED DATE TBC – Jamón jamón (1992).
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Bigas Luna Tribute NYC is a collaboration between Durham University (UK) and Quad Cinema (34 W. 13th Street, New York, NY 10011).
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QUAD CINEMA Bigas Luna launch page (programme, notes and tickets).
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Spain’s Art and Culture (Consulate General of Spain in New York).