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1.

Cartas de Mamá

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VHS
1980
Ivy (By Request)
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El Túnel

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Dramatization of Argentine author Ernesto Sábatos̕ novel, "El túnel", in which an artist becomes insane because of his inability to communicate.
VHS
1980
Ivy (By Request)
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Goya: His Life and Art

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In depth examination of the life of Goya and his paintings which illustrate Spanish society during the Napoleonic wars. The rise of romanticism and impressionism is also discussed.
VHS
1980
Ivy (By Request)
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La Fontana de Oro

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Coletilla is roughed up in a café by a group of liberals. He is rescued by Bozmediano, who takes him home, where he meets and falls in love with Clara.
VHS
1980
Ivy (By Request)
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El Hombre de la Esquina Rosada

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The story of a woman who had premonitions about two men fighting over her and one of them committing a murder. The murder occurs and she ends-up being accused of it but is finally released.
VHS
1980
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Los Pazos de Ulloa

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In 1880 Los Pazos de Ulloa is a hidden and savage place in Galicia, a place where passion, religion, politics and withcraft become mixed up in the lives of the locals. But at the center of it all is Don Julian, the priest, whose sensibility and purity contrast with the moral decline of the age.
VHS
2001
Ivy (By Request)
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Goya [electronic resource]

Under the direction of Paloma Chamorro, this RTVE production explores the life, works, and epoch of one of Spain's most beloved painters, utilizing images from his pictures, drawings, and exclusive imprints. Avoiding polemic interpretations of Goya's creations, it presents his work within the context of the events of his life and the period in which they were painted.
Online
2008; 1997
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A Literary Journey to San Millan de la Cogolla and Santo Domingo de Silos [electronic resource]

This program considers the works of Marco Fabio Quintiliano, Gonzalo de Berceo, Ana Maria Matute, Esteban Manuel de Villegas, Manuel Breton de los Herreros, Gregorio Martinez Sierra, Gerardo Diego, Rafael Alberti, Miguel de Unamuno, Federico Garcia Lorca, and Juan de Burgos.
Online
2007; 2001
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A Literary Journey to Valladolid and Salamanca [electronic resource]

This program considers the works of Francisco de Quevedo, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel Delibes, Jose Zorrilla, Jorge Guillen, Rosa Chacel, Miguel de Unamuno, Fray Luis de Leon, Calderon de la Barca, and Carmen Martin Gaite.
Online
2007; 2001
10.

A Literary Journey to Avila and Alcala de Henares [electronic resource]

This program considers the works of Teresa de Avila, Juan de la Cruz, Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, Ruben Dario, Mariano Jose de Larra, Lope de Vega, Francisco de Quevedo, Mateo Aleman, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
Online
2007; 2001
11.

Rojas [electronic resource]: La Celestina

A superb production of this masterpiece. The camera expands the boundaries of artistic imagination, so that this Celestina becomes the ideal key to the work itself, providing a truly memorable portrait of Celestina, who-together with Don Quijote and Don Juan-is one of the greatest literary characters of Spain.
Online
2007; 1980
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Sabato [electronic resource]: El Tunel

Sabato's first novel introduces the theme of the artist who becomes insane because of his inability to communicate. The protagonist, a painter who becomes the lover of a blind man's wife, is blinded by his own personal and artistic goals. The film traces the convoluted route by which love turns to hatred.
Online
2007; 1980
13.

La Intrusa [electronic resource]

This is a story of passion involving two brothers, inseparable in work and play, and a woman who comes between them. Soon all three are trapped in their own hell of jealousy and death. Contains mature themes.
Online
2006; 1993
14.

Unamuno [electronic resource]: Niebla

The most widely-read work of modern Spanish fiction is here presented in a brilliant production which makes the unravelings of its absurdist plot clear and turns its existentialist probings into logical, everyday conversation. The film is ideal as either a companion to reading or-where time is lacking-as a substitute.
Online
2006; 1980
15.

Hernandez [electronic resource]: Martin Fierro

This, the Argentine national epic and the finest example of gauchesca poetry, celebrates the free-spirited mestizo cowboy of the pampas, a man of few possessions beyond his pride and his guitar. The program provides a stunning rendition of the poem, which is both the narrative of one man and the story of a nation and a culture.
Online
2006; 1980
16.

Cortazar [electronic resource]: Cartas de Mama

An example of Cortazar's portrayals of guilt and passion, this story is set in Paris, where the Spanish protagonists live and are dominated by fears and doubts reawakened by letters from the hero's mother.
Online
2006; 1980
17.

Cervantes [electronic resource]: El Licenciado Vidriera

This story-one of the finest of the Novelas ejemplares-shows Cervantes at his best: his mastery of the language, sense of humor, concerns with the details of ordinary life, and his sense of the human comedy.
Online
2006; 1980
18.

Lope de Vega [electronic resource]: Fuenteovejuna

The greatest Spanish work of the Siglo de Oro is here presented as a feature film that painstakingly and lovingly re-creates the medieval world of Lope's play. Spain's greatest actors are cast in this joyous production.
Online
2006; 1980
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El Pícaro [electronic resource]

Drawing on the writings of Cervantes, Quevedo, and Aleman, this production defines the quintessentially Spanish picaro-his role in society, his relationship to his master and mistress, his reliance on his own wits and his ability to outsmart others, his sense of humor, and his alienation.
Online
2005; 2000
20.

La Muerte y la Brújula [electronic resource]

This mystery revolves around a series of three identical assassinations, each committed on the third day of the month, for three consecutive months, in three different locations. Following the clues, a clever detective stumbles into the perfect trap.
Online
2005; 1992