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  1. El 15 de octubre es el 288.º (ducentésimo octogésimo octavo) día del año —el 289.º (ducentésimo octagésimo noveno) en los años bisiestos— en el calendario gregoriano. Quedan 77 días para finalizar el año.

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    1. 1783 – The Montgolfier brothers' hot air balloon makes the first human ascent, piloted by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier. 2. 1793 – Queen Marie Antoinetteof France is tried and convicted of treason. 3. 1809 – The Viceroy the Río de la Plata, Baltasar Hidalgo de Cisneros, opens the port of Buenos Aires to trade with nations other than Spain. 4. 1815 – Napoleonbegins his exile on Saint Helena in the South Atlantic Ocean. 5. 1863 – American Civil War: The H. L. Hunley, the first submarine to...

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    1. 1910 – Airship Americais launched from New Jersey in the first attempt to cross the Atlantic by a powered aircraft. 2. 1917 – World War I: Dutch dancer Mata Hariis executed by France for espionage. 3. 1923 – The German Rentenmark is introduced in Germany to counter hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic. 4. 1928 – The airship Graf Zeppelin completes its first trans-Atlantic flight, landing at Lakehurst, New Jersey, United States. 5. 1932 – Tata Airlines (later to become Air India) makes its...

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    Anniversary of the 1987 Coup d'État (Burkina Faso)
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    Earliest day on which Heroes' Day can fall, while October 21 is the latest; celebrated on the third Monday in October. (Jamaica)
  3. La movilización mundial del 15 de octubre de 2011, más conocida por las siglas 15-O, es el nombre que reciben el conjunto de protestas pacíficas que, en forma de manifestaciones, tuvieron lugar el 15 de octubre de 2011 en 1051 ciudades de 90 países.

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    500.000
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    • Internacional
    • 951 ciudades en 82 países
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    • Movimiento 15-O, Global Revolution
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    El drama del 15 de octubre is a lost Colombian silent film directed by the Di Domenico brothers. Considered the first feature documentary film produced in Colombia, it depicts events surrounding the assassination of General Rafael Uribe Uribe on 15 October 1914, including a reconstruction of the killing itself. It was first screened to the public on 21 November 1915 at Salón Olympia in Bogotá. El drama del 15 de octubre was heavily criticized for its subject matter, for incorporating...

    The film begins with a portrait of Uribe, and continues with footage of him while he was alive. Scenes shot by Vincenzo Di Domenico then follow, starting with Uribe's funeral. His coffin is carried from the Primary Cathedral of Bogotá to the cemetery, followed by a large crowd, and cars with wreaths on them. The police and army are present at the ceremony. Uribe's killers, Leovigildo Galarza and Jesús Carvajal, are then shown. They take part in a reconstruction of the assassination, using ...

    Galarza and Carvajal play themselves in the reconstruction of the assassination.

    In the early 1900s, economic growth in Colombia spurred the construction of movie theatres that played foreign films, such as the Olympia de Bogota. Italian brothers Francesco and Vincenzo Di Domenico moved to Bogotá in 1909, and founded the Latin American Film Industry Society in 1913. Colombian film historian Luis Alfredo Alvarez considers this group to be the first attempt at a national film industry organization in the country. According to Colombian film critic Hugo Chaparro ...

    El drama del 15 de octubre was first screened at Salón Olympia in Bogotá on 21 November 1915. According to an article dated 23 or 24 November in the Barranquilla newspaper El Liberal, Uribe's family angrily protested. Nonetheless, the film continued to play in several Colombian cities. The documentary's usage of Uribe's assassins, as well as photographs of Uribe's body, caused widespread outrage in Colombia. Newspapers deemed it an "immoral movie" and described Galarza and Carvajal's ...

    El drama del 15 de octubre was banned by a Colombian court order, and all copies of the film were destroyed. All that remains of the documentary are descriptions and few still images, from contemporary newspapers.

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    • Leovigildo Galarza, Jesús Carvajal
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    La película comienza con un retrato de Uribe y continúa con imágenes de él mientras estaba vivo. Las escenas rodadas por Vincenzo Di Domenico luego siguen, comenzando con el funeral de Uribe. Su ataúd es llevado desde la Catedral primada de Colombia hasta el cementerio, seguido por una gran multitud y carros con coronas sobre ellos. La policía y el ejército están presentes en la ceremonia. Luego se muestra a los asesinos de Uribe, Leovigildo Galarza y Jesús Carvajal. Participan en una reconstrucción del asesinato, utilizando imágenes reales del evento. Más adelante se muestran tributos a Uribe en el primer aniversario de su muerte. El documental termina con una escena alegórica en la tumba de Uribe. Algunas imágenes fijas de esta escena sobreviven, mostrando una pintura titulada La Apoteosis, que representa a una mujer ondeando la bandera colombiana.

    A principios de la década de 1900, el crecimiento económico en Colombia estimuló la construcción de cines que exhibían películas extranjeras, como el Olimpia de Bogotá (abierto el 8 de diciembre de 1912). Los hermanos italianos Francesco y Vincenzo Di Domenico se mudaron a Bogotá en 1909 y fundaron la Sociedad Latinoamericana de la Industria del Cine (Sociedad Española Cinematográfica Latinoamericana) en 1913. El historiador cinematográfico colombiano Luis Alfredo Álvarez considera que este grupo es el primer intento de una organización nacional de la industria cinematográfica en el país. Según Hugo Chaparro Valderrama, los hermanos Di Domenico hicieron El drama del 15 de octubre en un esfuerzo por ser aceptados en la comunidad colombiana.[2]​

    El drama del 15 de octubre se proyectó por primera vez en el Salón Olympia el 21 de noviembre de 1915. Según un artículo fechado el 23 o 24 de noviembre en el diario barranquillero El Liberal, la familia de Uribe protestó tras el estreno. No obstante, la película continuó presentándose en varias ciudades colombianas.[3]​ El uso en el documental de los asesinos de Uribe, así como fotografías de su cuerpo sin vida, causaron indignación. Los periódicos la consideraron una "inmoral" y describieron la participación de Galarza y Carvajal como "repugnante" y como una "glorificación criminal". Se presentaron algunos disturbios frente a varios teatros. Francesco Di Domenico cortó las escenas más controvertidas y volvió a publicar el documental, pero el gobernador de Cundinamarca, que incluía a Bogotá, la prohibió. Todas las copias de la película fueron destruidas por las autoridades y las ganancias de Galarza y Carvajal del documental fueron confiscadas.[4]​

    Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre El drama del 15 de octubre.
    El drama del 15 de octubre en Internet Movie Database (en inglés).
  4. ceb.wikipedia.org › wiki › 15_de_Octubre15 de Octubre - Wikipedia

    Lungsod ang 15 de Octubre sa Mehiko. Nahimutang ni sa munisipyo sa Guasave ug estado sa Estado de Sinaloa, sa kasadpang bahin sa nasod, 1,200 km sa amihanan-kasadpan sa Mexico City ang ulohan sa nasod. 26 metros ibabaw sa dagat kahaboga ang nahimutangan sa 15 de Octubre, ug adunay 144 ka molupyo.

    • 26 m (85 ft)
    • Guasave