Gabo, la creación de Gabriel García Márquez

GABO Paris, MANOS

www.gabothefilm.com


LONDON

DocHouse

Friday 4 December        16:00

Sun 6 December            14:00

Tues 8 December          13:30

Thur 10 December        19:30

London Latin American Film Festival

Thursday, 19 November 2015 from 18:00 to 20:00


SPAIN

BARCELONA_ENGLISH                                                                                 Tickets info click here

Madrid_English

         Tickets info click here

Cineteca MADRID 

16, 17, 18 October

Tickets info click here

(Tickets available seven days before screening)

Cines Moderno. V Jornadas “Futuro en español”  LOGROÑO

27 October  20:00h

More info here

Cines Verdi Cines Full HD BARCELONA

November 2015

More info here to Cine Verdi

Or here to Cines Full HD


EEUU

California Beverly Hills  25 January –  26 January Laemmle Ahrya Fine Arts
(310) 478-3836
California Claremont 25 January –  26 January Laemmle’s Claremont 5 Theater
(909) 621-5500
California Encino  25 January – 26 January Laemmle’s Town Center 5
(818) 981-9811
California Pasadena  25 January –  26 January Laemmle’s Playhouse 7 Theater
(626) 844-6500
California San Diego  20 November –  26 November Media Arts Center San Diego
(619) 230-1938
California Santa Monica  25 January – 26 January Laemmle’s Monica 4 Theater
(310) 478-3836
California Sherman Oaks  15 November Latin American Fest @ CSUN
(818) 290-3877
District of Columbia Washington  2 December MPAA
(202) 378-9121
Illinois Chicago  11 December –  17 December Gene Siskel Film Center
(312) 846-2070
New York New York  1 December IFC Center
(212) 924-6789

1 October: Austin Film Society

2-8 October SIFF Seattle

15 October The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF), 

15 November CSUN, LA


MÉXICO

15-24 de October : DOCS DF


IRAN

13-19 December DEFC


How did a boy from a backward town on the Caribbean coast become a writer who won the hearts of millions, from the poorest to the most powerful? How did he change our perception of reality with his work?The answer lies in the incredible story of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the 1982 Nobel Prize winner for Literature and author of the globally-celebrated and critically-acclaimed masterpiece One Hundred Years of Solitude. The Colombian journalist and law-school dropout grew up in the poverty and violence of northern Colombia. He was propelled by a love of life and a sensual, magical sensibility, to become a pioneer of life-affirming literature, and to take part in the political struggles of the 70s and 80s, through his militant journalism and his friendship with political leaders such as Fidel Castro and Bill Clinton.The film is a story about the incredible power of human imagination, which follows the interwoven threads of Gabriel García Márquez’s life and work – “Gabo” to all of Latin America – with the narrative tension of an investigation.

Directed by Justin Webster and produced by Kate Horne, the film is a JWP/RonachanFilms/Horne Productions for Caracol Television and Discovery Latin America, with the support of CANAL+ España/Gebrueder Beetz Filmproduktion/The British Council.

Sales and distribution: Java Films

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