“Latin America Film Series: More than a gap Year” coming to London

29/02/2012 at 12:10 pm Leave a comment


Latin America Film is excited to announce the upcoming film series: MORE THAN A GAP YEAR-Latin American Film Series, a rare opportunity to see films that haven’t been screened in London.
From the 5th to 15th of March 2012 at Goldsmiths University it will take place the screening of eight Latin American film productions brought to you thanks to Vania Gonzávlez, María Fernanda Sierra, Carlos Portales and Ana Del Conde.

Exploring the complexity of Latin America’s history and culture is not as simple as a gap year travel. However, Latin America cinema is a mirror reflecting how we construct ourselves and perceive our realities. There will always be hidden secrets that we must discover by exploring the fascinating paths of this continent.

The objective of this film review is to present how Latin American identity is constantly moulded by social, cultural and political phenomena. We are seeking to project some contemporary landscapes, while including some of the classic films that have helped us build our identity as a continent.

Programme:

Monday 5th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (NAB LG01)
Lessons for Zafirah (Mexico)

Tuesday 6th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (RHB 137A)
Becloud (Mexico)

Wednesday 7th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (RHB Cinema)
The Swamp (Argentina)

Thursday 8th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (NAB LG01)
Live-in Maid (Argentina)

Monday 12th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (NAB LG01)
Jackal of Nahueltoro (Chile)

Tuesday 13th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (RHB 137A)
The Battle of Chile (Chile)

Wednesday 14th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (RHB Cinema)
Sexual Dependency (Bolivia)

Thursday 15th March, 6:30 pm, Goldsmiths University Cinema (NAB LG01)
Cocalero (Bolivia)

This event is brought to you by The Collaborators in partnership with Goldsmiths University and the support of Latin America Film.

Admission FREE.

Source: Latam Film

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