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In this forum, they will join international authors and translators to chat about their works: In UK publishers attended the Music and Book Fair of Durango, and the experience was fruitful, with the result of three translation works of Basque language into English and their publication.

In order to repeat the success of last batt, the Etxepare Basque Institute will invite again several foreign publishers to visit Durangoko Azoka.

In the edition, the Etxepare Institute invited UK publishers to visit the fair and Donostia, with the aim of meeting Basque writers and editors. In addition, the Institute also invited two other guests: All of them expressed their surprise at the relevance of the Azoka, its vivacity and participatory role. They also organized a working day at the headquarters of the Etxepare also: They were also able to consult several samples and catalogs. The visit was very productive; three Basque works were translated and published into English: The Institute promoted the translation of these three works and others through the annual calls for grants to translations.

In this edition, the Etxepare Basque Institute will repeat the experience. In addition, some journalists will also visit the Basque Countryand the Etxepare will organize several meetings with writers and publishers in Donostia.

The exhibition “In the footsteps of Basque language.

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This exhibition consists of nineteen panels where the history of the Argentinan Euskaraz program is shown. After that, at The exhibition can be visited throughout the week until Friday, Everybody Loves To ChaChaCha is a combination of medium format portraits and still lifes, as well as a short documentary.

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She visited with them in their homes to portray these teams in their dancing costumes, and capture their choreographies and personal stories kridtalezko film.

The exhibition tells the story of women and men who dance with their dogsand of dogs who dance with their humans. Musical Canine Freestyle is a choreographed performance in which a dog and a human move as one. Together they choose a song and a costume that matches the lyrics.

They dance in unison, as partners. They weave, jump, bow, spin, roll, walk backwards, forward or move diagonally. And sometimes, the bond between them is so strong that they enter what what is called the pink bubble, that dimension where they become one being and the rest of the world disappears. After presenting the results of that work in the media center of Biarritz, a sample of thirty black and white images will be presented at La Rocher de Palmer.

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The exhibition is organized with the support of the Etxepare Basque Institute. Because of the inauguration, the pianist Mikel Azpiroz will offer a piano concert at Within the program, they have planned two events related to Basque culture, in collaboration with the readership of Culture and Basque Language of the Etxepare Basque Institute at the university: Both events will be held on November 3. Lourdes Otaegi will discuss, via Skype, how the Basque nation has been represented in Basque poetry throughout the 20th century: Check all the activities scheduled for the week here.

For four days, five films shot in the Basque Country will be screened: Also during this month the Euskal Etxea of berlin will offer other activities such as lectures, screenings, meetings with writers and recitals.

From Thursday to Sunday Berlin will become for a few days in the capital of the Basque cinema, thanks to the third edition of the festival organized by the Euskal Etxea Gernika Deutsch-Baskischer Kulturverein. As in previous years, the screenings will take place in the cinema Kino Moviemento, the oldest venue in the city. On Saturday, November 7, will be the day of the documentary Echevarriatik Etxeberriara.


Its director, Ander Iriartewill be in Berlin to present the work. And finally, on Sunday November 8 two films will be screened. The first one is Ateak zabalduza documentary directed by Juamni Gutierrez. And to put an end to the Festival, they will screen Loreakthe first film in Basque to be a candidate for the Oscars. The Festival also includes some other activities. On Friday, November 6, vat writer Karmele Jaio will offer a reading and a talk.

Furthermore, on 17 Bt, the brgi Ludger Mees will present the documentary A swastika on the Bidasoa.

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Finally, on November 27, writers and Danele Sarriugarte and Irati Elorrieta will offer a lecture in which they will discuss about their work gegi the city of Berlin. During the two days of the cycle, they will offer a Master Class and two screenings: On the following day, November 5, iristalezko movie 80 egunean will be screenedappointment that will attend the director Jose Mari Goenaga.

The writer from San Sebastian meets in this work a selection of 39 albums of pop history and presents them to us in stories related while listening to these tunes. A book published four years ago in Euskera Ereinnow translated into Spanish with the support of the Etxepare Basque Institutepublished by Paginas de Espuma. This is a book that includes real and fictional literary worksbut also serves as a recommendation of excellent albums in the history of pop and rock and shows the great musical knowledge of the author.

Basque culture at the University of Liverpool: Lourdes Otaegi and “The search of Emak Bakia”.

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