|Shifting Focus (Hacia un Enfoque): Race & Gender in Cuban Film|
Join us Tues, May 17 for a screening of one of Cuba's most prestigious film festivals, "La Muestra Joven de Cine Cubano", a highly anticipated cinema competition that spotlights the up and coming vanguard of young directors on the island.
Join us Weds, May 18 for a panel: Acercando a Una Mirada: Critical Interventions of Race and Gender in Latin American/Carribean Media.
The Featured Speaker is Cuban Curator Karin Paz Ernand, a Professor of Adiovisual Studies at La Universidad de La Habina and The Institute of Fine Arts in Cuba. Her career highlights include various roles from ICAIC (The Cuban National Institute of Art and Cinematography)
DATES & TIMES: Tuesday, May 17 (6:00-8:00pm) & Wednesday, May 18 (4:30-6:30pm)
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