Barnard College presents Mujeres: Nuestro festival de cine, a festival in celebration of the achievements of women who fought for their lives with passion and pride in Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Sahara and Spain in the most hostile environments. The four-day festival will include presentations and panels with faculty members and directors. All screenings with English subtitles. Presentations and panels in English. Free and open to the public.
Nov. 13: 6:00 pm Wilaya. Dir. Pedro Pérez Rosado. Spain (2012).
Introduced by Prof. José Moya, Forum on Migration.
Nov. 14: 5:30 pm Con la pata quebrada (Barefoot in the Kitchen). Dir. Diego Galán, Spain (2013). Introduced by Prof. María Isaura Arce Fernández, Department of Spanish and Latin American Cultures.
Nov. 14: 8:00 pm El niño pez (The Fish Child) Lucia Puenzo. Argentina (2011)
Introduced by Prof. Maja Horn. Department of Spanish and Latin American Cultures.
Nov. 15: 2:00 pm Después de Lucía (After Lucia), Dir. Michel Franco, Mexico (2012)
Q&A via Skype with filmmaker. Introduced by Prof. Sandra Luckow, Film Studies Program
Nov. 15: 6:00 pm La Yuma. Dir. Florence Jaugey. Nicaragua (2011) Q&A via Skype with filmmaker.
Nov. 16: 2:00 pm Second screening of audience’s favorite
New York: Nov. 13 - 16. Full details here.