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Begonya Plaza
Spanish/American actress, writer, voice-over artist, and director.
Interests: Everything.
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by Begonya Plaza a ten minute play Directed by Jonathan Libman Starring: Rolando Chusan, Solonje Burns, Cooper Lawrence This is the New York of not long ago, when same-sex marriage was still illegal and progressive journalists like, Vince, played by Cooper Lawrence, help bring attention to this injustice. Many states,... Continue reading
Posted Sep 21, 2016 at Izar Productions
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Many U.S. states, and countries still ban LGBT rights. Continue reading
Posted Sep 18, 2016 at Begonya Plaza
I'm going to write my personal reviews of each book that I read in order to unravel my own thoughts and not move along to the next story, so carelessly. I want to remember and cherish these little treasures not forgetting the message, the feelings evoked, the images inspired, the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 2, 2016 at Izar Productions
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Proud and blessed of my Northern Spanish heritage, Euskadi and the family life I created in Catalunya, France and Italy, I realize that most of my memorable adventures have focused around the dinner table, with inspiring conversation, simple delicious food and intoxicating wines. It will be a pleasure sharing my... Continue reading
Posted Aug 2, 2016 at Izar Productions
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Private Reading - Friday, September 23rd, 2011 @ 8PM & Saturday 24th at 2PM - La Nacional: 239 West 14th Street (btwn 7th & 8th avenues) Jackie Shark is the Host, the Joker, and God, as she chats in this interview setting with Hispanic historical characters: Eva Perón, Simón Bolivar, Dolores Ibarruri, and Antonio Machín. As these guests flaunt their heroism, humbling secrets are also unveiled that lead them back to a path of true realization. Antonio Machín, 1903 - 1977 - One of the most recorded Cuban singers of the 20th century who in 1930 became a hit wonder in New York with the song, El manisero (The Peanut Vendor), becoming the first Cuban song to sell over a million copies around the world, presaging the rumba explosion of the 1930s. Died in Sevilla, Spain where he lived most of his life. PLAYED BY: Rick Reid Maria Eva (Ibarguren) Perón “Evita” (1919-1952) Argentinian leader and 2nd wife of Juan Perón. In her time Evita was the most powerful woman in the world. PLAYED BY: Elizabeth Inghram Simón Bolivar (1783 – 1830) Liberator of the Americas, leading the independence movement for 6 nations in northern South America. The George Washington of Spanish America. PLAYED BY: Dar Riser Dolores Ibarruri “Pasionaria” (1895 – 1989) A Basque woman of indomitable spirit and a great Spaniard who founded the Spanish Communist party, and won international renown during the Spanish Civil War for her courage defending Republican Spain against Franco. PLAYED BY: Dana Jacks HOST / JACKIE SHARK / JOKER & GOD PLAYED BY: Diana Oh DIRECTED BY: Alberto Bonilla Continue reading
Posted Nov 26, 2014 at Begonya Plaza
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DEMO REEL: SAG/AFTRA/EQUITY * IMDB/begonyaplaza Living Poetry: Singing from the Heart: Mother and Daughter Represented by: Innovative Artists (Voice Over and Commercials) 235 Park Avenue South, 10th Floor New York, NY 10003 Tel: 212.253.6900 Eileen Schellhorn Shari Hoffman Allan G. Duncan Deborah Sherry Michael T. Shera Liz Klausner The Krasny Office (Theatrical Representation) 1501 Broadway, Suite 1303 - N.Y., NY 10036 - Tel: 212.730.8160 Gary Krasny Lynn Jebens Cheryl Keller Photograph by Teresa Plaza Direct contact: begonya@begonyaplaza.com Ronensbourgh by Beatriz Cabur Produced at IATI and by AENY in New York City, May, 2015. Directed by Ignacio Garcia-Bustelo An intense nightmarish articulate story of suffering. As Hannah in RONENSBOURGH by Beatriz Cabur A Lucid Dream is about two historical extraordinary women who meet in that after life where the ego and spirit are in dialogue. The symmetry of the two women in the context of their social realities is juxtaposed to their distinct philosophies. Photograph by Xanthe Elbrick TERESA'S ECSTASY at Cherry Lane Theatre En route for Avila where Carlotta will write about the renown Spanish, Saint Teresa of Avila. Becky, her New York magazine publisher, and Carlotta, make a stop over in Barcelona, so Carlotta can attempt reconciling with her estranged spouse, Andrés. After the vicious spurring, the laughter and tears, the women continue on their journey where the unexpected takes place. Upon their return before heading home, Andrés is witness to the fact that the love he took for granted is now theirs. Cherry Lane Theatre, NYC, 2013 Shawn Elliott, Begonya Plaza and Linda Larkin INTAR, NYC, 2011 With my acting teacher (1984 - 89) maestro, Michael Howard and his beautiful wife, Betty. Still photo, AMERICAN HERO , by Caterina Armenter, 2010 Continue reading
Posted Nov 26, 2014 at Begonya Plaza
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GERO ARTE was filmed in the Basque towns of Bakio, San Sebastian, and San Juan de Gasteluatxe, of Northern Spain. Two half siblings meet for the first time when the American sister visits her Basque half brother to make amends for the sins of the father. The story was inspired by the memories of a childhood friend's personal story, when I was twelve, and living in Gernika. GERO ARTE, reimagines a more positive scenario where forgiveness, and honoring the truth opens the possibility of renewal. Written by Begonya Plaza Directed: by Nahuel Losada Starring: Ainhoa Aierbe, Patxi Barco & Begonya Plaza Duration: 15 Min., shot on 5DMark II, Languages: Spanish, English and Euskera with subtitles in English. Aspect ratio: 1920 X1080 (HDV) Private screener on Youtube. Available as a Quicktime .mov and DVD region "o". 2014. My beautiful friend, Kontxi Orbegozo, was so incredibly splendid and kind allowing us to use her bar, Alai Taberna, located in Catalina de Erausa in Donostia. Kontxi was as always, the most extraordinary woman on this planet and dearest of friends. Camera: Antonio Galvez Assistant Camera: Alain Consonni Sound: Jon Fika Editing: Taji Ameen & Begonya Plaza Music: Kepa Junkera Produced by: Izar Productions, CreAv, and Nahuel Losada All rights reserved, Izar Productions, May 12, 2014. Interview with Basque Radio IFLANDIA IFLANDIA entrevista a Begonya Plaza At half show: 51:50 when the second half of the program begins. By Felix y Kike IFlandia Radio Euskadi. Es un programa divertido, interesante sobre cultura y arte. Para todos los de habla hispana les recomiendo descargar sus podcasts. Eskerrik asko, dear friends of Bakio. Koldo and Rosa were amazing in that not only did they offer their bar, Itsasargi Kafetxea, but also sat in the background, encouraged their patrons to do the same, through the entire repetitious take after take process. They turned the night into a big town event. So generous and delighful. We could not have made this film without your love and support. Miguel Uriarte is a friend from long ago, but time and distance never changes his kindness, his intensity of character, his passion for sharing with friends, and love of life. Miguel, has the keys of the town, and he opened all doors for us to make our little film, to then again open his own hand built over the top home, and feed us after a long day's shoot; fresh eggs from his healthy gorgeous chickens, percebes that he himself caught out in the rocky seas, delicious chorizos, sardinas... on and on and on... what heart. Eskerrik asko, Miguelito. I should make a documentary about YOU. There is no better place in the world to work and visit than Euskadi. People are full of life, heart, earth, sea, nature, they have it all, music, sense of humor... so I guess that is why they can afford to be generous, compassionate, kind. Everyone on this film was in awe at the quality of these Basque people, and forever we will remember this experience as one of the greatest creative challenges. Gero arte, (See you again soon.) Begonya VIDEO PRIVATE. FOR FESTIVAL USE ONLY. Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2014 at Begonya Plaza
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Iflandia 16_10_2013 -51:50 (a mitad del programa segunda hora) October 16, 2013 Tuve el gran placer de ser entrevistada por Felix y Kike IFlandia Radio Euskadi. Es un programa divertido, interesante sobre cultura y arte. Para todos los de habla hispana les recomiendo descargar sus podcasts. and on October 15, 2013 "Do the Blind Dream?" by Barry Gifford A private reading by the theater group BLACK LODGE THEATER, directed by Alexandra Siladi The play takes place in Fùlmine, a small town close to the sea in the south of Italy. Beatrice, a woman in her seventies, has just died, and her children are gathering to attend her funeral. Aldo, Beatrice's son, and Sandra, her eldest daughter, arrive at the house of "Aunt" Rosa, their mother's caregiver in her last years——Beatrice suffered from Alzheimer's disease——with their respective spouses, Giuliana and Ignazio. Cara, Beatrice's younger daughter, a famous actress, arrives with her American boyfriend, Buddy. The family, along with Aunt Rosa and two men from the funeral home, and later, a Priest, constitute the main cast. "Do the Blind Dream?" is a title built on double entendre: Does anyone, sighted or not, see the truth of daily events? To paraphrase the poet Delmore Schwartz, in dreams reside responsibilities. As the action proceeds we become acquainted with the jealousies, rivalries and secrets concerning the immediate family and the (mostly——as well as ghostly) absent father and husband. As everyone talks we begin to discern how and why they lie——not only to each other but to themselves. The only person among them who retains a true sense of her self, as well as a measure of elegance, is Beatrice, the dead woman, who in life did not speak a coherent sentence in her final years. Here, however, she is free to talk, liberated in death as she was imprisoned in life by convention, a bad marriage and, finally, illness. Also at issue here is the recurrent clash between generations, the traditional and the new; between a burned out culture struggling to be reborn and an often vulgar contemporary one. Cara, despite the serious differences between her and Beatrice, emerges as the one among the children to best represent the values and spirit of their mother. As the family members wrangle, recriminate and stumble toward rapprochement, Buddy, the "visitor from another planet" as one character describes him, is able to pick up and follow the thread of truth as it unravels. And, of course, it is left for Beatrice to have the last word. Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2013 at Begonya Plaza
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ENTRE NOSOTROS INTERCAMBIANDO IDEAS A TRAVES DEL MUNDO. Compañeros, he creado un blog en castellano: Nosotros Hablemos para intercambiar ideas con gente de habla hispana. Yo escribiré sobre temas que me interesan, y me vayan insprirando en relacion con nuestra cultura, y situaciones sociales. Quien quiera compartir sus ideas lo podra hacer. El proposito es abrir otra fuente mas de dialogo hacia el compartimiento de ideas creativas, cientificas, economicas, sociales, personales, historicas y politicas. Aunque vivo en Estados Unidos siempre me expreso entre los dos idiomas; castellano/ingles. Voy a intentar no preocuparme mucho de como escribo, y mas de que comunico con mis amigos del mundo que quieran participar en este blog. Por ahora no estoy segura de que temas discutir, son tantas las cosas que me interesan, y cuando me observo día a día, noto que ando rascando de un sitio para otro queriendo encontrar toda material interesante, que me inspire, me ilumine, me haga pensar de una manera un poco mas profunda, de una manera mas sana. Creo que con este blog también voy a poder mejorar mi castellano. Es una lengua que adoro, y cuando oigo a alguien hablar con facilidad, poéticamente, con riqueza de vocabulario me da mucha alegría. De mí os diré que soy una persona apasionada, y enormemente optimista pero poco sentimental. He pasado por momentos de mi vida muy tristes, y desequilibrados, pero creo que la fe en un dios, no se si es una energía cósmica, un poder súper quien nos crea, o una ley karmica que ha hecho que nosotros existamos en un mundo con una naturaleza maravillosa. Pero que hay algo mucho mas glorioso que nosotros por su puesto que si, y esa fuerza creadora es una fuerza buena, positiva, amorosa, y es a la que yo me intento acercar cada día mas. Se que hay mal en el mundo, lo he visto, y me ha afectado, pero con mi fe eterna en mi misma conectada a la buena energía creadora, siempre siguiendo mi corazón he sabido que al final será para bien. Dicen que: "No hay mal que por bien no venga". Cuando alguien me quiere hacer daño conscientemente, se que al final me van a hacer bien, porque ese reto me da fuerza, me da animo y me propone encontrar el camino al éxito personal. Se que el karma se encargara de todo, se que yo no necesito vengarme, solo necesito mirar dentro de mi, y mejorar como persona, arriesgarme, preguntarme que es lo que me hace a mí feliz, que son las cosas me dan alegría, quienes son las personas que me hacen sentir en paz, en harmonía, tranquila, querida, fuerte y libre para hablar con tranquilidad, pasión, y sabiduría. Donde es que yo me siento bien! Y allí es a donde me dirijo. No importa que piensen los demás, no importa que miedos traigan esos impulsos, si es algo bueno, con buenas razones, será bueno al final. Desde muy pequeña quise ser actriz. A los seis años nos fuimos a vivir a Hollywood, y digo Hollywood porque es exactamente donde vivimos por muchos años. Esas calles de Hollywood las camine de niña como cualquier barrio suburbio. Mi primer colé fue Selma School y luego en Franklyn Avenue fue Cheremoya. Fueron años muy felices, aunque recuerdo que mis padres pasaron por grandes fracasos, no recuerdo sufrirlos yo misma, al contrario recuerdo paseos después de cenar por la avenida de Hollywood, en familia, recorriendo las elegantes tiendas, charlando, y soñando de un futuro mejor con mis padres y dos hermanitos. Todas las mañanas mi madre nos llevaba al colé y luego ella seguía a la academia Marinello para estudiar cosmetologia y graduarse de peluquera. Recuerdo a unos padres jóvenes y guapos, energéticos que no se dejaban derrumbar por nada del mundo. Mi padre había vendido su pastelería en Bogotá, Colombia y con ese dinero el y un socio pusieron una cafetería en Hollywood Blvd. Me pregunto, como es que no vendió la pastelería de Bogotá a un precio adecuado como para poder comprar de nuevo, a solas? Ya habiendo tenido experiencias malas con socios aunque fuesen familia y aun así, de nuevo se metería en compromisos donde le quitaran hasta la camisa. Esas experiencias de mis padres me han enseñado a quererme un poco mas a mi misma, a reconocer el valor de mis experiencias, mis labores, porque cuesta mucho llegar a lograr cualquier cosa buena, cuesta tiempo, energía, conocimientos, también ser muy cautelosa para asociarme con otros en cuanto a negocios porque el egoísmo, y las ganas de controlar al otro es algo que los humanos no podemos controlar fácilmente. La persona que lo puede hacer, que nota en si mismo el egoísmo y manda ese habito a volar lejos de él, es considerada para mi como... Continue reading
Posted Sep 27, 2013 at Begonya Plaza
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About the bombing of Gernika and the Spanish Civil War. Written, and directed by Begonya Plaza Edited by: Jack Tucker and Begonya Plaza It is the 50th Anniversary of the bombing of Gernika. Gernika was the first innocent town to be air bombed by Hitler, with the encouragement of Franco... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2013 at Izar Productions
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In PERSISTENCE of MEMORY, an older Jonas looks back at his youthful indulgent one-year adventure with the ingenious Salvador Dalí, and his astute, lascivious wife, Gala. This Mexican boy was young, beautiful, and filled with dreams of becoming a famous dancer, but the frills of celebrity sucked the very marrow... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2013 at Izar Productions
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is making TERESA'S ECSTASY available for productions! This three character full length play, takes place at the home of Andrés in Barcelona when two American women arrive from New York on their way to Avila, Spain and life changing events happen with the influence of Saint Teresa of Avila. Contact: Broadway Play Publishing Inc. & Literary agent, Larry Harbison Soon the Spanish / Catalán translation will be available! Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2013 at Begonya Plaza
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Posted Nov 16, 2012 at Izar Productions
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My most recent play is “A Lucid Dream” about two extraordinary historical women, Evita Perón and Dolores Ibarruri. These intriguing characters meet after death at that preparatory transitional timeless space where the spirit and ego are self- questioned for transformations to occur. The symmetry of the two women is fascinating... Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2011 at Izar Productions
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A contemplation on the ravages of war as an Iraqi Veteran helplessly attempts to rebuild his life with the support of his unaware, yet loving sister. Forced by a sibling bond of love, the struggle of awakening to the morally degenerating and toxic consequences of war begins a healing process.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 7, 2011 at Izar Productions
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Upon the women’s return from Avila, Andrés, resolved to save his relationship with Carlotta, finds to his surprise that it's now too late, the women have fallen in love. Andrés' disparaging reaction to this uncommon union proves that he's not as liberal and open minded as he had so proudly advertised himself to be, or maybe that it's just the logical extreme response for protecting his grieving heart, and macho wounded ego. The women defend their conviction of love as being pure, and convinced that Saint Teresa, has blessed their genuine transformation, they embark back to New York as true free redeemed spirits. Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2011 at Izar Productions
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Every night I reflect on my day and anything that I can’t be thankful for, I go back and look at it from a more whole perspective, until I can . I run through things that I can be grateful for and I don’t stop doing that in any area... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2011 at Izar Productions
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Playwright, actress, voice-over artist, translator, and writer for hire for whom needs help telling his personal story. Guionista, actriz, voz para radio y television, y escritora para el que necesite ayuda contando su historia. Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2011 at Begonya Plaza
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A screenplay by Begonya Plaza PERSISTENCE is the story of a young man’s flamboyant and tumultuous adventure with an iconic, celebrity couple of the sixties. The events in this screenplay are entirely hypothetical and fictitious, inspired by a myriad of surrealist life accounts. The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dalí... Continue reading
Posted Dec 2, 2010 at Izar Productions
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Hollywood, 1969 My life of a nomad began in Bogotá Colombia where I was born. By age two with my parents and two siblings, we moved to the Basque Country in Northern Spain, Gernika, where my father is from, and at age six we emigrated to Hollywood, California. My father had initially traveled to Colombia in his early twenties, with a group of his childhood friends, all victims of the Spanish Civil War and the bombing of Gernika. They were poor, uneducated and looking for a better life. My father opened a bakery called, Gernika, and though it became very successful and he had met my mother in Bogotá, he dreamt of a life in the United States. Dad had avoided his childhood distresses in movie theatres watching all the great Hollywood films of his time so on that boulevard he opened his first cafeteria. The struggle to maintain a business without speaking the English language forced him to close shop and work for hire, while my mother attended beauty school. I began to dream of becoming an actress early on, and at age nine I landed my first starring role in an independent film, Big Sister. Also wanting to make contact with my roots, Colombia, I lived there with an aunt and her family, for a year while attending a private Catholic middle school. When I returned to Los Angeles I barely had enough time to spend with my new little baby brother before traveling again to Gernika where I lived with another family of my father’s for another few years. My parents in the meantime had moved back to Colombia to help out an aunt who had become widowed with five children, and had taken over my father’s original business. I lived in Bogotá with them for another year before finally returning to Los Angeles, where I completed my high school studies, while working as a journalist and on-air anchor, representing my school in both, English and Spanish. After my second year at Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy I was cast in Walter Hill’s 48 Hours. Wanting to become a great serious stage actress I moved to New York. My life has been a constant balancing act between creativity, personal life experiences, and connecting with the truest parts of me; my culture, history and sensibilities. In my late twenties I found myself in Barcelona having just starred in a CBS series, with child and husband. That was the begining of a new stage in my life, a wonderful, enriching and transforming period that took me from amazing personal heights to challenging interior questioning lows. Eventually single-motherhood in New York City taught me lessons of courage, tenacity and humility. But with patience, enormous dedication and great faith, I raised a daughter I am very proud of. Her name is Caterina, and she is currently in Germany doing her Junior year study abroad program, on full scholarship. My partner, Bob, of six years, is another one of those rare blessings who has brought so much happiness and stability to Cat and me. I’m entering a new phase, with writing and acting work that is begining to flourish again, and so much more rewarding than ever because of it’s maturity, awareness, and confidence. My parents still live in Los Angeles, and when I don’t see them on the west coast, I meet up with them in the Northern part of Spain for a few weeks of love, nature, food and wine. *************** “I can’t remember that far back mom. The photographs I see of me when little confuse my imagination,” Caterina explains. “Do you remember your earliest sad moment?” I ask her. “Just blurt out the first image that comes to mind.” She blurts out, “I think it’s when Yaya Pepita died,” her face saddens. “I remember we were in New York, and Dad called us from Barcelona, we held each other tight and cried. It was a strong feeling that lasted forever because I can still see your eyes confused and teary eyed, but I can’t remember anything more.” Cat makes me realize that what lingers on is the emotional experience, and the image is just something that connects us to that emotion. “Was I four or five years old?” Cat wants to know. “No Cat, you were already seven when that happened.” She stays quiet in thought. “Sometimes I wish I hadn’t seen so many photographs so I could have a better memory of my past,” she reflects. I wonder if there isn’t some truth to her statement, as I recall the Shaman’s belief that a picture steals the soul of the person or that a snapshot captures the subject’s energy, their state of being, their information, their DNA. Sometimes it’s a tool for good use, and other... Continue reading
Posted Nov 27, 2010 at Begonya Plaza
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Bogotá, Colombia 1963 My earliest memory is at two years old, standing up high on top of this large wooden table, being held by the hands of two old men, maybe they were young, but in my eyes they seemed old, as one of them proposed his love for me and desire to marry me one day when I grew up. “When you grow up, you and I will marry and you will be my wife.” He pronounced as he looked into my eyes. These men were bakers who worked for my father at his “Pasterleria Guernica” on Carrera decima, numero 21-58 in Bogotá, Colombia. I remember clearly the sweet aroma of vanilla, and cinammon upon entering La Guernica. Just to the right upon entering, was a large display with all sorts of delicious, beautiful looking pastries. More often than not, passing by these delicacies, I’d sneak behind the counter and poke my finger into one of the Eclairs, or Brazo de Gitanos to scoop out the yummy creamy filling bursting inside. In the back room where my father and his assistants massaged the dough into delectable creations, stood these ominous like sculpture pieces of metal mixing bowls sitting on bases of industrious machines. Glances of puffy breads and naked cakes emerged from inside ovens that continously opened and closed, ready for their decorating dress up phase. On the floor stacked high were bags bigger than myself, filled with flour and sugar. The two men must have proped me up onto that table, holding me hostage for their own entertainment, and fantasies of later years. “You came out looking like a little monkey when you were born, I was in shock how ugly you were at birth,” my father sometimes reminded me. “You became beautiful later on, but at first you embarrassed me you were so hairy and ugly.” My father didn’t mean any harm in saying these things to me, or at least I didn’t take them mal intentioned. Maybe because by then, I felt pretty enough and secure enough to enjoy my father’s accomplice revelations. I couldn’t have been that ugly, I probably thought, if the bakery assistant wanted to marry me. Somehow that early memorable incident gave weight to my sense of self as a positive outlook insisted on taking shape. Looking back I think to myself, how dare they say such things to a little girl. What could marriage possibly signify to a merely two year-old? What did they expect me to feel? Proud? Happy? Loved? I recall feeling a kind of unspecific fear, confussion, and loss. Their niceties while holding me up high on a table, without my father or mother nearby was the begining of men's suspicious overtures. Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2010 at Begonya Plaza
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This is part of my research for my screenplay THE PERSISTENCE OF MEMORY. In 2001 I visited the Dali's home in Port Lligat, interviewed the postman, a fisherman, and the guy who takes people on Gala's boat for a ride around Cap Creus. These short videos are part of a series, and the next one will be at Gala's castle. Enjoy, and if you want to know more about my script, don't hesitate to contact me, I am looking for funding. Continue reading
Posted Mar 30, 2010 at Begonya Plaza
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La cineasta colombiana de origen vasco begonya Plaza presenta hoy por la tarde en la Eusko Etxea de Nueva York una nueva version de su pelicula Gernika Lives/Vive Gernika. Se trata de un documental sobre el bombardeo de Gernika por las tropas alemanas el 26 de abril de 1937 a traves de los recuerdos de su padre, Jesus Plaza, durante un intimo recorrido por la villa. El documental esta presentado por el actor John Randolph (El Honor de los Prizzi), y en el participan el ex alcalde de la villa, Juan Luis Zuzaeta el antiguo jugador de futbol Mauri Ugartemendia o el bailarin Victor Olaeta, entre otros. En la version actualizada, el escritor vasco residente en Nueva York Mario de Salegi, comenta las imagenes mientras el mismo recuerda este dia que le toco vivir en Amorebieta. Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2009 at Begonya Plaza
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