Gloria Rolanda’s film “1912: Breaking the Silence”

08/04/2010 at 6:26 am Leave a comment


Afro-Cuban filmmaker, Gloria Rolanda, is coming to Columbia to show her film, “1912: Breaking the Silence.” The film deals with a massacre of Cubans of African descent in 1912 when they tried to organize for racial justice.

Ms. Rolando is coming to Columbia through the efforts of MU Professor Juanamaria Cordones-Cook and her film is co-sponsored by Ragtag Cinema.

In room 114 in the Arts and Sciences Building at MU.

Location: University of Missouri

Event Times

* Friday, April 09, 04:00 p.m.–07:00 p.m

Entry filed under: CUBAN CINEMA, DOCUMENTALS, EXHIBITIONS, LATIN AMERICAN FILM. Tags: , , , , , .

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