CDMX: Noche de cine

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  • Gustavo Dudamel Gustavo Dudamel

    Gustavo Dudamel

Performances

Part of CDMX


Artists

Gustavo Dudamel, conductor

Alejandro G. Iñárritu, curator

Daniela Michel, curator

Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández

La Marisoul, vocalist (of La Santa Cecilia)

Demián Bichir, host


Program

Esperón: selection from Suite Mexico 1910 with a montage of film scenes*

Revueltas: selection from Redes (dir. Fred Zinnemann, Emilio Gómez Muriel)

Ramírez: "La Malagueña" from Enamorada (dir. Emilio Fernández)*

Esperón: "Yo Soy Mexicano" from El Peñon de las Animas (dir. Miguel Zacarías)*

Esperón: "Coplas" from Dos tipos de cuidado (dir. Ismael Rodríguez)*

Gabriela Ortíz: selection from work in progress film directed by Carlos Reygadas*

Bretón: scene from Él (dir. Luis Buñuel)*

LAVISTA, CARREÓN, BRETÓN: Mexican Horror Movie Montage*

Lavista: scene from Santo en el Museo de Cera (dir. Alfonso Corona Blake, Manuel San Fernando)*

Javier Navarrete: "El laberinto de fauno" from Pan's Labyrinth (dir. Guillermo del Toro)*

Gustavo Santaolalla: montage from Amores Perros andBiutiful (dir. Alejandro G. Iñárritu)*

Pérez: "Nereidas" from Salón México

Rivero: "Oyeme Mama" from El Vividor (dir. Gilberto Martínez Solares)*

Ravel: "Bolero" from El Bolero de Raquel with Cantinflas (dir. Miguel M. Delgado)*

Marco Antonio Solís: "Si no te huberias ido" from Y Tu Mamá También (dir. Alfonso Cuarón)

Plus additional selections

*includes film clip

Program preceded by organilleros performing in lobby


About This Performance


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Our thoughts are with all who are affected by the earthquake in Mexico. A portion of our CDMX Festival ticket sales will be donated to UNICEF relief efforts.

CDMX Lounge

Throughout the CDMX festival, explore BP Hall and visit our pop-up bar for pre-concert and intermission refreshments; view custom artwork by Self Help Graphics and other CDMX inspired installations including custom papel picado projections created by Daniel González. The first 200 guests will receive a complimentary CDMX festival poster created by Mexico City art collective TodoBien Studio.

From the Golden Age of Mexican cinema to the present day, Mexico City has been the center of Latin American film. Guided by our guest curators, Dudamel will take us through classic scores by composers from Esperón to Revueltas, with clips from Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete films, as well as music from current movies such as El laberinto de fauno by Guillermo del Toro.

This program is part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, an initiative of the Getty with arts institutions across Southern California. The presenting sponsor is Bank of America. Major support provided through grants from the Getty Foundation.

Programs, artists, dates, times, prices and availability subject to change.