Maria Felix Retrospective At MCI

Maria FelixIn celebration of the l00th anniversary of the birth of Mexican actress and diva María Félix, a muse for poets, musicians and painters, our three organizations will present two of her short films, a panel discussion and reception, as well as six of her films.

This icon film actress, who refused to get caught up with the Hollywood lifestyle, was called “La Doña” by her critics and fans. She was beautiful, seductive and clever – a powerful combination!

April 8, 6:30pm: Screening of two shorts, panel discussion & reception at Octavio Paz Gallery, The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, 27 East 39th St, 2nd Floor, NYC.


Canasta de Cuentos Mexicanos, 1955: Chapter La Tigresa (15 min.) & Reportaje, 1953: Chapter En un Hotel (16 min, 23 sec.)

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Gonzalo Aburto, Entertainment, Arts & Culture Editor, El Diario/La Prensa

Ambassador Sandra Fuentes-Berain, Consul General of Mexico in New York

Sandra García-Betancourt, President & CEO, NoMAA

Carlos Gutiérrez, Co-founder & Executive Director, Cinema Tropical

Screening of six of La Doña’s films at Instituto Cervantes, 211 East 49th St. (btw. 2 & 3 Ave.) NYC. Free and open to the public.

April 9, 6pm: El Peñón de las ánimas (1942), 117 min. with English subtitles &

Doña Diabla (1949), 89 min.

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April 16, 6pm: La Escondida (1956), 105 min. with English subtitles &

Enamorada (1946), 96 min.

April 30, 6pm: French Cancan (1954), 105 min. with English subtitles &

Tizoc (1957), 110 min.

The event is part of a Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) in collaboration with

The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York and Instituto Cervantes.

All films are in original Spanish version unless noted

A special thanks to artist Javier Avila for his contributions to this program.

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