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Home Movie Day Bogotá 2021: Memorias cinematográficas del siglo XX

October 20, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm UTC-5

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Presentation of the film 16memorias and conversation about the audiovisual memories of the 20th century

Conversation between Camilo Botero and Carol Ann Figueroa that reflects on the audiovisual memory of the 20th century and how family archives make up the collective memory of contemporary societies and cultures.

They will also share their experience with the home movies of the Posada Saldarriaga (33 hrs), Pedraza (12 hrs), Ochoa (32 hrs) and Zapata (4 hrs) families.

This activity is framed in the celebration of Home Movie Day, whose motto this year is !Every day is Home Movie Day! This worldwide celebration is promoted by the Centre for Home Movies (U.S.A). Home Movie Day is a coordinated group of activities organised by local hosts around the world.

This virtual conversation is articulated with the presentation of the film 16memorias (Dir. Camilo Botero. 2008) that will be available to Colombia through the Sala Vitual of the Cinemateca de Bogotá from the 16th to the 31st of October.


Conversatorio entre Camilo Botero y Carol Ann Figueroa que reflexiona sobre la memoria audiovisual del siglo XX y como los archivos familiares componen la memoria colectiva de las sociedades y culturas contemporáneas. Además compartirán su experiencia con las memorias en cine de las familias Posada Saldarriaga (33 hrs), Pedraza (12 hrs), Ochoa (32 hrs) y Zapata (4 hrs).

Actividad enmarcada en la celebración del Día del Cine Casero, cuyo lema este año es ¡Cualquier día puede ser el Día del cine casero! ¡Every day is Home Movie Day! Esta celebración mundial es impulsada por el Centre for Home Movies (U.S.A). El Home Movie Day es un grupo coordinado de actividades organizadas por anfitriones locales de todo el mundo.

Esta conversación virtual se articula con la muestra de la obra audiovisual 16memorias (Dir. Camilo Botero. 2008) que estará disponible para Colombia a través de la Sala Virtual de la Cinemateca de Bogotá del 16 al 31 de octubre.



October 20, 2021
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm UTC-5
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Cinemateca de Bogotá – Gerencia de Artes Audiovisuales del Idartes
(+571) 379 5750 Ext. 3401
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Cinemateca de Bogotá – Gerencia de Artes Audiovisuales del Idartes
Carrera 3 No. 19 - 10
Bogotá, Bogotá 110321 Colombia
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(+57) 601 379 5750 Ext. 4504
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