DIRECTOR: Marcia Jarmel, Ken Schneider TUESDAY FILM SERIES | APR. 19, 2022 | MASKS OPTIONAL
Virtuoso brothers Ilmar and Aldo live on opposite sides of a chasm a half-century wide. LOS HERMANOS/THE BROTHERS tracks their parallel lives in New York and Havana, viewing estranged nations through the lens of music and family. (Rotten Tomatoes)
JOIN US FOLLOWING BOTH SCREENINGS FOR A POST-FILM DISCUSSION LED BY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT NORTHWEST SINFONIETTA, KARIN CHOO & UNIVERSITY OF PUGET SOUND MUSIC PROFESSOR ANNA WITTSRTUCK.
A tense undercurrent runs through the 84-minute feature. That conflict, and the subtlety with which it's rendered, makes the film stand out in a world full of good music documentaries.Pat Padua, Spectrum Culture
A moving documentary with generous amounts of music, "Los Hermanos/The Brothers" follows two musician siblings from Havana whose personal closeness is at odds with the geopolitics that keep them apart.Ben Kenigsberg, New York Times