La Nacional, our host organization since 2011, harks back to old New York City’s Little Spain neighborhood, steps from the cobblestone of the Meatpacking District on West 14th Street where it makes its permanent home. Founded in 1868 by Spanish immigrants, it still feels like an Old World social club, and has also kept its doors open to all Spanish-speaking communities. It has a reputation for its flamenco and tango classes, performances, exhibits and a range of social events. Our event seats up to 60 comfortably in the performance/screening room, which has a small stage, a screen and an excellent projection system.
 
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La Nacional, nuestro anfitrión desde 2011, hace eco del antiguo barrio español, a pasos del Distrito Carnicero y sus calles adoquinadas en la calle 14 donde tiene su sede permanente. Fundada en 1868 por inmigrantes españoles, tienes visos de un antiguo club social tipo Viejo Mundo y también ha abierto sus puertas a todas las comunidades hispanas. Tiene fama por sus clases de flamenco y tango, presentaciones, exhibiciones y una gama de eventos sociales. Nuestro Ciclo da lugar para hasta 60 personas cómodamente en la salad, que tiene una pequeña tarima, una pantalla y excelente sistema de proyección.
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Original Photos: Walter Krochmal

Graphic Deisgn: Julie Ortiz

Original Photos: Walter Krochmal

Graphic Deisgn: Julie Ortiz

Original Photos: Walter Krochmal

Graphic Deisgn: Julie Ortiz

Promotional image: Alma Leiva

Winter/Invierno 2015

Promotional image: Alma Leiva

Winter/Invierno 2014

Promotional image: Lisa Ledwick

Summer/Verano 2014

Promotional image: Alma Leiva

Winter/Invierno 2013

Original image: Walter Krochmal,

Digital Compositing:

Jennida Chase and Hassan Pitts

Winter/Invierno 2012
Winter/Invierno 2011
Last Sunday December 4 marked the launch of Bronx World Film, Inc., … a 12-hour marathon arts event. Film screenings alternated with rounds of Guatemalan-style refried beans, Salvadoran pupusas, johnny cakes, rosquillas, tustacas, nacatamales and dried farmer’s cheese from Olancho (Honduras), topped off with desserts from throughout the Caribbean and culminating in an evening performance of music, dance and dramatic readings. Read more…

Promotional image: Esther Pinto

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