CINEFEST 2014 Recent Films from SPAIN & LATIN AMERICA APRIL 18 – 20

Recent Films from SPAIN & LATIN AMERICA
APRIL 18 – 20
66 WEST 12th ST, ROOM 407
New York NY

The Department of Foreign Languages is pleased to welcome you to CINEFEST 2014: Recent Films from Spain & Latin America.

CINEFEST 2014 features three films and two documentaries covering a broad spectrum of topics: immigration, social justice, political oppression and cultural identities. We hope that through these films we give voice to the unheard stories of many different cultures in the Spanish-speaking world.

CINEFEST 2014 will also present post-screening Q&A with some of the directors and will host Professor Fabio Parasecoli (Department of Food Studies) during the opening night.

The event is free and open to the public but seating is limited and reservations are required by emailing your name and confirmation of attendance for the day(s) you will attend.

Cinefest Flyer 2014


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