Monday - Thursday, the screenings will be held at Frist Campus Center 301. Free tickets are available at the Frist Ticket Office on the 100-level across from the Welcome Desk.
Friday and Sunday, the films will be screened at Princeton Public Library in the Community Room. Tickets are not required for the Princeton Public Library screenings.
Monday October 1 // Frist 3017.00pm - Fotografías (“Photographs”)Andrés Di Tella (Argentina, 2007, 105 min)Introduced by Prof. Pedro Meira Monteiro, Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Followed by discussion with Andrés di Tella.Tuesday October 2 // Frist 3014.30pm - Our Brand is CrisisRachel Boynton (USA, 2005, 87 min)7.00pm - CocaleroAlejandro Landes (Bolivia-Ecuador-Argentina, 2007, 86 min)Introduction TBA. Followed by discussion with Alejandro Landes.Wednesday October 3 // Frist 3017.00pm - El telón de azúcar (“The Sugar Curtain”)Camila Guzmán (France-Cuba, 2006, 80 min)Introduced by Dylon Robbins, Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Followed by discussion with Dylon Robbins.¡Hasta la victoria siempre!Santiago Alvarez (Cuba, 1967, 19 min.)Thursday October 4 // Frist 3017.00pm - SantiagoJoão Moreira Salles (Brasil, 2007, 80 min)Introduced by Prof. João Biehl, Department of Anthropolgy. Followed by discussion with João Moreira Salles.Friday October 5 // Chancellor Green 10512.30-2pmLunch round table discussion with guest filmmakers, faculty and students.RSVP - Silvana Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Films to be replayed during the weekend at Princeton Public Library
Friday October 5 // Princeton Public Library3:30 pm: Santiago7:00 pm: Fotografías
Sunday October 7 // Princeton Public Library1:30 pm: El telón de azúcar3:30 pm: Our Brand is Crisis5:30 pm: Cocalero