The Basque Studies Program at BSU will present the documentary ‘Gazta Zati Bat’ on Monday, Aug. 19 at 6:30 PM
Thanks to the Basque Studies Program, anybody interested in watching Basque documentary Gazta Zati Bat (A “Peace” of Cheese) will have the opportunity to do so next Monday, August 19 at 6:30 at the Collier’s Building ( BSU office on the corner of Capitol Blvd and Front Street).
The showing will be especially engaging as a person from the town of Idiazabal, where the documentary was filmed, will be in Boise from August 18 to August 20.
The film tells the story of a small Basque village famous all over the world for its cheese. Villagers forget the differences caused by the last armed conflict in Europe in order to accomplish a mission: to be able to choose what they want to be in the world. Leaving behind a dark and difficult & problematic past, “Gazta Zati Bat” (“A Peace of Cheese”) is a story with a positive look towards the future.
Thanks for passing by: ↓
- International Udaleku: Basque camp in Ispaster, Bizkaia, during July 2014
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