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Leonor Watling as Alicia and Rosario Flores as Lydia in Talk to Her. Photograph by Miguel Bracho, courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics, all rights reserved.

Virtual Film Screening: Talk to Her

Part of Research Streams: An Artist-Selected Film Series

Thursday, April 29, 2021 ● 6 pm

FREE
Virtual Event

Join us for a virtual screening of a film selected by artist Esperanza Cortés for its relationship to the themes of Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration

In Talk to Her, after a chance encounter at a theater, two men, Benigno and Marco, meet at a private clinic where Benigno works. Lydia, Marco's girlfriend and a bullfighter by profession, has been gored and is in a coma. It so happens that Benigno is looking after another woman in a coma, Alicia, a young ballet student. The lives of the four characters will flow in all directions, past, present and future, dragging all of them towards an unsuspected destiny.

Registration

Please register online. Registered participants will receive a link to join this virtual event the morning of the program.

About the Series

Join the Albright-Knox for a series of virtual film screenings inspired by the themes of the special exhibition Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration. Throughout this series, participants will hear from community speakers and educators who are exploring the ways narratives around migration, as well as personal and communal histories, are discussed through various media.

Program Sponsor

Research Streams: An Artist-Selected Film Series is made possible by the Creative Arts Initiative of the University at Buffalo.

Exhibition Sponsors

Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration was made possible through the generosity of M&T Bank, Monica Angle & Sam Magavern, and Rich’s and Rich Family Foundation.

Additional support provided by Nicole & Steve Swift, Dr. Richard J. & Maureen W. Saab, and an anonymous donor. 

Buffalo Public Schools Sciences and Arts Programming for Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration is made possible through the generosity of The MAK Fund.

The Albright-Knox’s exhibition program is generously supported by The Seymour H. Knox Foundation, Inc.

Albright-Knox Northland Sponsor

Albright-Knox Northland is supported by M&T Bank.

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