What is it?
The Spanish Film Club series was made possible with the support of Pragda, the Secretary of State for Culture of Spain, and its Program for Cultural Cooperation with United States' Universities
Spanish Film Club (SFC) promotes and facilitates the organization of Spanish and Latin American Film Festivals at universities and cultural institutions in North America.
The ultimate goal is to introduce students and a generally broader audience to the cultures of these territories. It will also create a stable exhibition platform of the latest cinema in Spanish and Portuguese. Offering feature-length films in digital format, SFC provides the tools needed for the organization and promotion of every festival. With the American audience in mind, all films feature English subtitles.
Featuring first-time filmmakers and established masters alike, SFC offers grants to help universities and cultural institutions bring the very best in contemporary Spanish and Latin American cinema to their audiences across North America. The rental fee charged goes to pay administrative costs and to support the participating filmmakers and producers.
from the Pragda web site - http://www.pragda.com/spanishfilmclub
|Chico & Rita||Sunday, August 26, 2012||6:00 PM||Watson Forum (Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media|
|Death of Pinochet (La Muerte de Pinochet)||Sunday, September 9, 2012||6:30 PM||Watson Forum (Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media)|
|The Island Inside (La Isla Interior)||Sunday, September 16, 2012||6:30 PM||Watson Forum (Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media)|
|The Cinema Hold Up (Asalto al Cine)||Sunday, September 23, 2012||6:30 PM||Watson Forum (Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media)|
|Even the Rain (Tambien la Lluvia)||Sunday, September 30, 2012||6:30 PM||Prindle Auditorium|
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