Julio Cortázar loved classical music, the tango and especially jazz.
Rythm and swing were for him essential elements in his writing.
“I’m playing this tomorrow” is a documentary that explores
he mysterious and exciting link between Music and Literature t
hrough the words of great personalities:

The friends of Julio Cortázar: saxophonist Michel Portal, pianist Margarita Fernández,
tango musician  Juan “Tata” Cedrón, writer Liliana Heker
and Literature Nobel Prize  Mario Vargas Llosa.
Essayist Pablo Gianera and Carles Álvarez Garriga, philologist and editor
of Julio Cortázar work, provide reading clues.





Noviembre
  Viernes 21 | 19.30 hs
Centro Cultural San Martín
Sarmiento 1551
CABA. Tel: 4373-1251 al 59
ccgsm@buenosaires.gob.ar
www.elculturalsanmartin.org
Sábado 22 | 19 hs
Centro Cultural Recoleta
Microcine. Junín 1930
CABA. Tel: 4803-1040
www.centroculturalrecoleta.org
Viernes 28 | 19:30 hs
Centro Cultural San Martín
Sarmiento 1551
CABA. Tel: 4373-1251 al 59
ccgsm@buenosaires.gob.ar
www.elculturalsanmartin.org
 
    Sábado 29 | 19 hs
Centro Cultural Recoleta
Microcine. Junín 1930
CABA. Tel: 4803-1040
www.centroculturalrecoleta.org
   
Diciembre
  Viernes 5 | 19.30 hs
Centro Cultural San Martín
Sarmiento 1551
CABA. Tel: 4373-1251 al 59
ccgsm@buenosaires.gob.ar
www.elculturalsanmartin.org
Viernes 12 | 19:30 hs
Centro Cultural San Martín
Sarmiento 1551
CABA. Tel: 4373-1251 al 59
ccgsm@buenosaires.gob.ar
www.elculturalsanmartin.org
 



Mario Vargas Llosa
Peruvian writer. Literature Nobel Prize (2010), Friend of Julio Cortázar. They shared the Parisian scene.



Margarita Fernández
Argentinean pianist, friend of Cortázar mentioned by him in his book
A Certain Lucas.


Michel Portal
French musician. In the 60s, Cortázar enjoyed his jazz shows. They were friends. Cortázar dedicated him a text.


Liliana Heker
Argentinean writer. Friend of Cortázar. In the 70s they had an interesting controversy.
 

Juan Tata Cedrón
Argentinean musician. His friend Julio Cortázar wrote the lyrics for his song "Canción sin verano".


Pablo Gianera
Argentinean essayist specialized in Music and Literature.


Carles Álvarez Garriga
Spanish philologist. Editor of the work of Julio Cortázar, along with Aurora Bernárdez, widow of the writer.
 



"I'm playing this tomorrow" Julio Cortázar and the music

Directed by Karina Wroblewski y Silvia Vegierski // Edited by Ariel Ludin
Writen and produced by Karina Wroblewski y Silvia Vegierski // Coordination in Paris: Carla Sanguineti y Chloé Bertrand
Graphic design: Willy Weiss // Original Music by Ernesto Jodos

Filmed in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Paris (France) and Lima (Peru).
Duration: 75 minutes
Subtitles: French / English / Spanish