"Latino culture, politics and collective identity: Alternative perspectives in Mexican and Argentinian filmmaking" lecture/discussion with Sergio Schmucler

October 21, 2015 at 79 pm[2h]
Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall

"Latino culture, politics and collective identity: Alternative perspectives in Mexican and Argentinian filmmaking" lecture/discussion with Sergio Schmucler Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall

Sergio Schmucler is an independent filmmaker, screenwriter and novelist from Argentina. At age 18, he exiled in Mexico, while his brother was captured and killed by dictators. Ever since that time, Schmucler has used his writing and filmmaking skills to reflect on issues related to human rights and cultural identity. He has an impressive number of fictional and documentary television programs and films. A large part of his documentaries focus on human rights and political issues, both in Mexico and in Argentina.

AudienceStudents
ContactBeatriz Torres — 507-933-7346
CategoryGeneral
SponsorCommunication Studies, Film Studies, Geography, LALACS, Lyceum Lecture Series, Modern Languages, Peace Studies and Political Science