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Ellas Filman para el Siglo XXI / They Make Movies for the XXI Century

This three-day (May 12, 13, and 14) workshop brings six upcoming Mexican female directors, a film critic and an actress to Stanford to showcase their latest films and engage in a discussion about the director’s experience and the issues contemporary Mexico faces. The workshop will also pay tribute to Mexican actress, Cecilia Suárez.
Today's Schedule
9:30AM Opening Remarks
10AM Screening: CICLO, a film by Andrea Martínez Crowther
2PM Screening: El VELADOR, a film by Natalia Almeda
4:00PM Round Table
Participants:
Cecilia Suárez, Actress
Natalia Almada, Director
Lucía Carreras, Director
Jacarandá Correa, Director
Diana Garay, Director
Andrea Martínez Crowther, Director
Claudia Saint-Luce, Director
Fernanda Solórzano, Film Critic

Details

When:

Monday, May 12, 2014. 10:00 AM

Where:

Building 260, Room 252

Sponsor:

Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures, Center for Latin American Studies, DLCL Screenwriting Workshop

Contact:

650-723-4977
mrobins@stanford.edu

Admission:

Free and open to the public