Diferenças entre edições de "'Little Spain' de Manhattan chega em grande tela, documentando a imigração latino-americano na cidade de Nova York"

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Well into the 1960s, with Spanish still commonly-spoken on 14th Street, the film also displays footage of the Santiago Apóstol, or St. James Day, festival, which "died out" in the early 1990s as a consequence of the steady exodus of the remnants of the Hispanic community from that part of the city.
Artur Balder works closely with New York's {{w|Museum of Modern Art}} (MoMA) and the {{w|Film Society of the Lincoln Center}} in order to show the film in NYC. He is currently working on two new projects: ''The Reality of the Imaginary'', with Nobel prize-winner {{w|Mario Vargas Llosa}} and Cervantes literature Award recipient {{w|José Manuel Caballero Bonald}}, on a documentary about artist {{w|Joan Castejón}}, expected to premier at the MoMA in 2015. The second project being with Armenian-American painter {{w|Tigran Tsitoghdzyan}} and renowned art critic {{w|Donald Kuspit}}.
In conclusion, the film shows how Spain contributed to the vast wave of emigration of Europeans to the