CineClub Mexico Online presents “El Lugar Sin Límites” (The Place Without Limits, 1978)

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June 30

In the second of two special presentations honoring acclaimed Mexican director Arturo Ripstein, CINECLUB MEXICO ONLINE presents “El Lugar Sin Límites” (The Place Without Limits, 1978), based on a novel by José Donoso and co-written by poet, essayist, novelist and short story writer José Emilio Pacheco. “El Lugar Sin Límites” has achieved cult status for its daring critique of homophobia and violent heterosexual masculinity,

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CineClub Mexico Online presents “El Castillo de la Pureza” (The Castle of Purity, 1973)

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May 26

In the first of two special presentations that will honor acclaimed Mexican director Arturo Ripstein, CINECLUB MEXICO ONLINE presents “El Castillo de la Pureza” (The Castle of Purity, 1973),  co-written by poet, essayist, novelist and short story writer José Emilio Pacheco.

Based on a true story, brought to life by the press in 1959, “El Castillo de la Pureza”

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CineClub México Online presents “Cría Puercos” (Esmeralda’s Twilight,2018)

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April 28, 2022

Photo Credit: Festival de Cine de Ourense

To watch the film, visit the link: https://vimeo.com/444772299

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五行 FIVE ELEMENTS: A Digital Art Exhibition by 12 Mexican Women

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According to the cosmogonic vision of some ancestral peoples, the world is made up of five elements: water, earth, fire, wood and metal, which sustain the interrelation between man and nature.

Diseases are the result of the imbalance of these elements in the body. After evolving during thousands of years, and having gone through entire eras of scientific and technological development, this ancestral way of thinking still remains and it continues to be applied in methods of healing and to activate wellness in mind and body,

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CineClub Mexico Online presents: Más Amaneceres (At Dawn, 2013)

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March 31, 2022

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La Embajada de México en Guatemala a través de su Instituto Cultural de México, el Fondo de Cultura Económica y el Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes Guatemala, se complacen en anunciar al ganador del XVI Premio Mesoamericano de poesía Luis Cardoza y Aragón 2021.🥇Resultando ganadora por unanimidad la escritora Nadia López García (n. Caballo Rucio Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca, 1992), mexicana, de 29 años de edad. Adicionalmente, el jurado calificador decidió otorgar por primera vez,

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CineClub Mexico Online presents: Workers (2013)

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February 24, 2022

CINECLUB MEXICO ONLINE presents “Workers” (2013) by director José Luis Valle. “Workers” is a beautifully crafted, narratively constrained piece of Mexican minimalism that follows a long-separated couple during the days leading up to their retirement and perhaps, a better life. Composed of roving long takes and meticulous widescreen compositions, this contemplative work is rich in visual pleasures and could play just as easily,

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24 de enero: Día Mundial de la Cultura Africana y de los Afrodescendientes

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Como parte de la celebración del Día Mundial de la Cultura Africana y de los Afrodescendientes, la Dirección General de Diplomacia Cultural, en colaboración con diversas dependencias federales y las instituciones de cultura de los gobiernos de los estados de Guerrero, Oaxaca y Veracruz ha preparado un completo programa multidisciplinario que incluye cine, fotografía, literatura, música, artes plásticas y danza, entre otras.

Te invitamos a visitar la exposición virtual: ‘Afrodescendientes en México.

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CineClub Mexico Online presents: Leona (2018)

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January 27, 2022, 18:30 hrs

CINECLUB MEXICO ONLINE presents “Leona” (2018) by director Isaac Cherem. “Leona” is an intimate, insightful, and moving film that tells the story of a young Jewish woman from Mexico City who finds herself torn between her family and her forbidden love. Ripe with all the drama and interpersonal conflicts of a Jane Austen novel, watching her negotiate the labyrinth of familial pressure,

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Day of the Dead – Art Alive: Three Art Installations. Three Mexican Artists.

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Allan Zúñiga: Simplemente Allan
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Allan Zúñiga: Simplemente Allan
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Allan Zúñiga: Simplemente Allan
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Jesús Malaventura: The Offering of Memory
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Jesús Malaventura: The Offering of Memory
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Jesús Malaventura: The Offering of Memory
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Lorena Rdz: Altar-Portal
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Lorena Rdz: Altar-Portal
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Lorena Rdz: Altar-Portal
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Day of the Dead – Art Alive: Lorena Rdz

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Day of the Dead – Art Alive: Allan Zúñiga

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Day of the Dead – Art Alive: Jesús Malaventura

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Mexican Artists participate in Hong Kong’s First Sustainable NFT Art Exhibition to Raise Funds for Social Impact Projects

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ImpactNFT Exhibition*

Mexican artists championing social causes will join other artists from around the world in an exhibition of sustainable NFT art in Hong Kong.

An NFT is a unique digital asset containing a blockchain-based signature that allows anyone to verify its authenticity and ownership. A digital record of the asset is saved on blockchain ledgers around the world and can be read by any individual looking to find out its owner.

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Afro-descendants in Mexico: Visibility and Diversity

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Mexico, as we know it (its social, cultural and political structure, as well as its social relations and economic conditions), cannot be understood without a deep examination of its complex history, which has undoubtedly shaped it and still influences the way in which Mexican society sees itself.

The fall of Mexico-Tenochtitlan five centuries ago – and the subsequent Colonial Period – cannot be reduced to or thought of as “the encounter between two worlds”,

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“In My Womb”: Frida Kahlo arrives in Hong Kong

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Photo: Gobierno de México

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Freida Club defines itself as the first Mexican artisan’s Marketplace in Hong Kong. It strives to share authentic Mexican culture and art with the local community. As part of this objective, the Club has acquired an original work of art by Frida Kahlo, which is now in permanent exhibition and open to the public.

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Celebración virtual de las Fiestas Patrias 2021

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Como parte de las celebraciones de las Fiestas Patrias 2021, el Consulado General de México en Hong Kong invita a la comunidad mexicana a seguir las publicaciones en el “Canal Hong Kong” de la plataforma DiplomaciaCultural.MX y en nuestras redes sociales del 13 al 17 de septiembre.

13 de septiembre 2021

Mediometraje de animación ¨México,

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CineClub Mexico presents: “I Dream in Another Language” (2017)

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CINECLUB MEXICO presents the Audience Award Winner at the Sundance Festival, “Sueño en Otro Idioma” (I Dream in Another Language) by Ernesto Contreras. This poetic film raises philosophical questions about what is lost when a language — and by extension, our elders’ memory — is allowed to fade away unpreserved. The film travels in more directions than anticipated, including more than a touch of magic realism.

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