2014 Latin American Festival

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Schedule of Events
November 12—16, 2014

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Event Date and TimeName of EventLocation

Wednesday, November 12




Reception & Photography Exhibit by Alan Vidali, En las manos (Hand-held)

(Photography Exhibit will be open to the public November 11—21, 2014)

Manzanita Hall, 2nd Floor Foyer

Thursday, November 13



2:00 pm

Film: Paraiso for Sale
Followed by Q&A with Panamanian Documentary Filmmaker Anayansi Prado

Oviatt Presentation Room (in Oviatt Library)

7:00 pm

Live Performance: Tres Vidas (Three Lives)

Tres Vidas is a work of musical theatre based on the lives of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, Salvadoran peasant activist Rufina Amaya and Argentine poet Alfonsina Storni.

Little Theater, Nordhoff Hall

Friday, November 14



10:00 am

Manifestations of Maximón Gallery Tour

CSUN Art Galleries, Art and Design Center

11:00 am

Lecture: Guatemalan performance artist Regina José Galindo

View the flyer for this event (.pdf).

Whitsett Room, Sierra Hall 451

4:00 pm

Film: El Lugar Más Pequeño (The Tiniest Place) by Tatiana Huezo, El Salvador 2011

Sequoia Hall, Room 104

6:00 pm

Opening Reception

Food and drinks will be served.

Manzanita Hall (adjacent the Armer Theater)

7:30 pm

Film: Workers by José Luis Valle, Mexico 2013
Q&A with director José Luis Valle

Also showing the short film: Echoes by Moises Perez 2014)

Come early for the Opening Reception!

Armer Theater

Saturday, November 15




1:00 pm

Film: La Demora (The Delay, By Rodrigo Plá, Uruguay 2012)

Armer Theater

4:00 pm

Film: Ladrones Viejos (Old Thieves, by Everardo González, Mexico 2007)

Armer Theater

7:00 pm

Film:La Jaula De Oro (The Golden Dream), by Diego Quemada-Díez,  Guatemala, Mexico 2013) 

Armer Theater

Sunday, November 16



11:00 am

Film: Los Que Se Quedan (Those Who Remain, by Juan Carlos Rulfo and Carlos Hagerman, Mexico 2008)
Q&A with director, Juan Carlos Rulfo

Little Theater, Nordhoff Hall

1:00 pm

Film: Ciudad de Dios (City Of God), by Fernando Meirelles, Brazil 2002

Little Theater, Nordhoff Hall

4:00 pm

Film: No by Pablo Larrain, Chile 2012

 Little Theater, Nordhoff Hall

7:00 pm

Film: Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho (The Way He Looks), by Daniel Ribeiro, Brazil 2014

Armer Theater


Communication services (sign language interpreters, note takers, real-time captionists, or assistive listening devices) are available for this event. Requests for services must be submitted at least five (5) working days in advance.

Parking is $6 per car at the Information Booth at Prairie Street and Darby Avenue.

If you are unfamiliar with the CSUN campus, you may view a campus map and get driving directions here.

CSUN is one of the largest universities in the nation with a student body of 40,000, offering 60 different degree programs - including one of the largest film schools in the country. UNAM is recognized internationally as one of the top fifty institutions of higher education in the world.