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Anida y el Circo Flotante

  • Varsity Theater 4329 University Way Northeast Seattle, WA, 98105 United States (map)

FINDING HARMONY DOCUMENTARY - PAULA NAVAS

This is a short documentary that will run before Anida y el circo flotante

Directed by Laila Kazmi

Running Time: 5 minutes:38

Paula Navas will be performing a musical piece before the documentary.

Country: USA (Seattle)

Meet the Latina conductor breaking barriers with music. Paula Nava Madrigal is one of a small percentage of female music conductors in the United States. Immigrant from Mexico, now based in Seattle, she has made it her mission to bring classical music to immigrant and refugee youth who would other not have access to classical music. 'Finding Harmony: Breaking Barriers' originally aired on KCTS 9 as part of the 'Borders & Heritage' series. 

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Anida and a Floating Circus

Northwest Premiere

Director: Lilian Romero

Running Time: 1 hr 16 min

Country: Argentina

2016

Family, Musical, Animation

Rating: G

Spanish w/ English subtitles

Cast: Fabio Aste, Gabriela Bevacqua, Adrian Navarro

Anida is a young artist who lives in a millinery floating circus traveling the harbors along with her best friend, Vincent the toad. She has great powers and is able to read the future through the person's hands, but she carries a bewitchment -she can't see her own past. The circus is under the command of Madame Justine, who allows nobody to leave her domains. And a mysterious magician arrives to live an impossible love. A dream of freedom, power and adventure will make Anida find her path and discover the secret that closes a story with the magic of the best tales.

Note:  Free parking is available to movie-goers all weekend long and after 6:00 pm on weekdays at two lots. Both are across from each other on Brooklyn Avenue Northeast between 45th and 47th Streets. The lot on the east side of the street is primary, and the lot on the west side of Brooklyn is overflow. When you return to your car after the show, place your ticket stub in the yellow envelope left on your windshield. Deposit in the parking lot pay box and you’re all set to go!

Sponsored by Neighborhood Department,  Marguerite Casey Foundation, The Stranger, City Art Magazine, 4Culture, ArtsFound, KUOW 94.5.

Earlier Event: October 6
Opening Night After Party
Later Event: October 7
Bones of Contention