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are park hyung sik and park bo young dating de Manuel Hernandez Belver (Amaru Ediciones)

rec1“Este libro está dirigido a quienes se plantean como objetivo fomentar la creatividad de niños y adolescentes utilizando el juego y el arte como recurso en contextos educativos, familiares, de ocio, sanitarios, etc… Educadores, padres, dinamizadores sociales y culturales e investigadores encontrarán en él alternativas y modelos útiles para el desarrollo de la creatividad a través del juego. Educar y fomentar la creatividad constituye un objetivo pedagógico y una necesidad social. Muchos problemas importantes parecen resistentes a las formas convencionales de abordarlos y reclaman «soluciones creativas». A la consecución de este objetivo quiere contribuir este libro, La creatividad a través del juego, resultado de las actividades multidisciplinares, de investigación y docentes, del Museo Pedagógico de Arte Infantil (MuPAI) de la Facultad de Bellas Artes de la Universidad”

Latcho Drom (Tony Gatlif, 1993)

rec2“En Latcho Drom la minoría elegida es el pueblo gitano y su música, infaltable en bodas, bautizos o funerales, es tomada por Gatlif como el elemento formal fundamental para evidenciar dos tipos de transmisión: La que se hace de generación en generación por tradición oral y la que un pueblo recibe del lugar que va habitando sucesivamente”. (FILMAFFINITY)


Trailer de Latcho Drom (Tony Gatlif, 1993).

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rec3“Originally shot in 25 countries on six continents, Baraka brought together a series of stunningly photographed scenes to capture what director Ron Fricke calls «a guided mediation on humanity.» It was a shoot of unprecedented technical, logistical and bureaucratic scope that would take 30 months to complete, including 14 months on location, with a custom-built computerized 65mm camera.
«The goal of the film,» says producer Mark Magidson, «was to reach past language. nationality, religion and politics and speak to the inner viewer.»

Baraka was one of the most acclaimed international releases of its time. A 2001 DVD release featuring a new  transfer and digitally re-mastered 5.1 surround sound became one of the most popular and acclaimed discs in the format‘s history. But as Fricke and Magidson began to explore the capabilities of new digital techology, they would soon seize the challenge to capture the film‘s 70mm theatrical impact in the ultimate high definition DVD, resulting in the widely acclaimed Blu-ray release of Baraka”


Trailer de Baraka

Tocar y luchar (Alberto Arvelo, 2006)

rec4“To Play and To Fight presents the captivating story of the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra System – an incredible network of hundreds of orchestras formed within most of Venezuela’s towns and villages. Once a modest program designed to expose rural children to the wonders of music, the system has become one of the most important and beautiful social phenomena in modern history. The documentary portrays the inspirational stories of world class musicians trained by the Venezuelan system, including the Berlin Philharmonic’s youngest player Edicson Ruiz and world renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel. With interviews with many of the world’s most celebrated musicians including the great tenor Placido Domingo, Claudio Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle, Guiseppe Sinopoli, and Eduardo Mata, To Play and To Fight is an inspirational story of courage, determination, ambition, and love showing us that… only those who dream can achieve the imposible” (Fuente: IMDB)

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