CARIBBEAN CONNECTIONS in partnership with the Cuban Cultural Center of New York Presents
IMPROPER CONDUCT – 35 YEARS LATER
Directed by Néstor Almendros (1930-1992) and
Orlando Jiménez Leal
IMPROPER CONDUCT (CONDUCTA IMPROPIA)
is a groundbreaking and critically acclaimed exposé on the Cuban government’s persecution of political dissidents, poets, homosexuals, and those simply labeled by the authorities as “antisocial” elements, many of whom were imprisoned, tortured, or sent to forced labor camps.
(CUBA, 1984, 94 MINUTES)
INTRODUCED BY PERLA ROZENCVAIG, PH.D., DIRECTOR OF THE FILM PROGRAM, CUBAN CULTURAL CENTER OF NEW YORK
THE SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH DIRECTOR ORLANDO JIMÉNEZ LEAL
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019 | 2:30 PM
PROGRAM ROOM | DOORS OPEN AT 2 PM Event is subject to change or cancellation.
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street
476 Fifth Avenue (at 42nd Street), New York, NY 10018 212-340-0863
CARIBBEAN CONNECTIONS is a program celebrating the history and culture of people of Caribbean descent, exploring their contributions in the performing and visual arts, literature, politics, and more.