Viva Cinema at the Bullock Museum: La Soledad (The Solitude)
La Soledad (The Solitude), a film by Jorge Thielen Armand
Venezuela/ Canada/ Italy, 2016
Drama, 89 min, Color
Spanish, with English subtitles
Purchase your virtual screening ticket ($5) to view the film for 48 hours between January 11 – 15.
After you’ve watched the film, enjoy free access to a LIVE conversation with the director on Thursday, January 14th, 2021.
A vivid and intimate account of the Venezuelan crisis told through the real-life struggle of a young father trying to save his family from the demolition of their home.
Viva Cinema celebrates the modern cinema of Mexico and beyond. The Museum is proud to highlight acclaimed films co-presented with Cine Las Americas that feature the rich tradition of Spanish-language and Hispanic-heritage movie-making. Films in the Viva Cinema Series are presented in the original language, with English subtitles if the film is not in English. This season, selections are focused on highlighting the richness of the African Diaspora experience in Latin America. As we have experienced in the U.S., conversations about race are necessarily complex, affecting individuals, families, neighborhoods, and ultimately the nation. Through this series, we invite exploration of the intersections of Latinx and African-origin identities within and across the borders of the Americas.
The Bullock Texas State History Museum includes three floors of exhibitions, IMAX® and multisensory special-effects theaters, a café and museum store. The Museum collaborates with more than 700 museums, libraries, archives and individuals to display original historical artifacts and host exhibitions that illuminate and celebrate Texas history and culture. For more, visit TheStoryofTexas.com or call (512) 936-8746.