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Director: Mercedes Moncada Rodríguez Run Time: 78 min. Format: Audio Amplification Available Release Year: 2005 Language: Spanish
The Immortal tells the story of the Rivera family, torn apart by war in Nicaragua. Trapped in the crossfire between the Sandinistas and the Contras, the Contras seized the father, two teenage sons, and the teenage daughter. The mother managed to escape with the youngest son before the Contras burned their house. The family was separated until the end of the conflict. Their reunion confronted the open wounds of the war, and all that continues to tear apart the fabric of Nicaraguan society.
MERCEDES MONCADA RODRÍGUEZ was born in 1972 in Seville (Spain), to Spanish and Nicaraguan parents. She has lived in Spain, Venezuela, Nicaragua and Mexico. After studying sociology she worked as a producer for advertising, documentary, and feature films. In 2003, she made her first full-length documentary film, La pasión de María Elena. El Inmortal is her second film.
The Carnegie Museum of Art in partnership with Row House Cinema presents the 58th Carnegie International Film Festival curated by Rasha Salti. The festival opens at Row House Cinema on Friday March 3 and runs through Sunday, March 11.
El Inmortal – 3/5/23 @ 8:00 pm with an intro by Festival Curator Rasha Salti
El Inmortal – 3/9/23 @ 9:00 pm
El Inmortal – 3/10/23 @ 9:15 pm