Mark your calendars: IU Latino Film Festival & Conference, April 5-7, 2012

Posted: April 4, 2012 by IUsec in Events

The Latino Studies Program
Indiana University Cinema
invite you to a




Latino Film Festival & Conference
April 5-7, 2012

IU Cinema, Bloomington


The three-day festival will feature a range of award-winning contemporary films, including:

 Sleep Dealer (2008), Blacktino (2011), Gun Hill Road (2011),
Memories of Overdevelopment (2010) & Maria, My Love (2011)


We will also be screening the classics Zoot Suit (1981) and Memories of Underdevelopment (1968),

as well as the powerful documentaries The Sixth Section (2003) and Farmingville (2004)


Author Edmundo Desnoes and filmmakers Alex Rivera, Rashaad Ernesto Green,

& Miguel Coyula will be on-hand for Q & A sessions
Keynote Address will be delivered by Charles Ramirez Berg (UT Austin)


Conference panels will engage leading film scholars, filmmakers, and the public
in discussions of immigration, identity, gender & sexuality

For conference information click here


All events are FREE and open to the public, however screenings are ticketed
For program details and FREE TICKETS visit:

Sponsored by:

Latino Studies Program, IU Cinema, Chicano-Riqueño Studies Program, Black Film Center/Archive,
Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, La Casa Latino Cultural Center,  Department of American Studies,
Department of Communication & Culture, Department of English, Department of History,
Department of Spanish & Portuguese, College Arts & Humanities Institute,
Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty & Academic Affairs, The College

Latino Studies Program
Indiana University
814 E. Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405-3657


Comments are closed.