Monday, November 25, 2013
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Loosemore Auditorium, Pew Grand Rapids Campus
Ten Mexican filmmakers consider their nation on the centennial of the revolution in this 2010 anthology feature. Each were asked to each contribute a ten-minute film that in some way dealt with Mexico, its people, its national character and the legacy of the revolution.
Films and directors are: Mariana Chenillo (segment "La tienda de raya"); Fernando Eimbcke (segment "La bienvenida"); Amat Escalante (segment "El cura Nicolas colgado"); Gael García Bernal (segment "Lucio"); Rodrigo García (segment "La Séptima y Alvarado"); Diego Luna (segment "Pacífico"); Gerardo Naranjo (segment "R-100"); Rodrigo Plá (segment "30/30"); Carlos Reygadas (segment "Este es mi reino"); Patricia Riggen (segment "Lindo y querido").
The film will be followed by a panel discussion.
Sponsored by GVSU Latin American Studies, Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies and Modern Languages and Literatures. For more information contact Zulema Moret, Latin American Studies coordinator, at 616-331-2286, or email@example.com.