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Movies that Matter: Latin American Film Fest

Posted in Arts & Culture
Jan 13, 2018

Daughter of the Lake

Movies that Matter: Latin American Film Fest
Sparking conversation through film, this series presents a screening followed by a moderated discussion.

Embrace of the Serpent (Colombia, 2015. Dir. Ciro Guerra)

Daughter of the Lake (Peru, 2015. Dir. Ernesto Cabellos)

When:  Saturday, Jan. 13 at 1:00 pm
Where
:  The Broadway Theatre, 715 Broadway Ave.
Info
: (306) 966-7893 | i.ccc@usask.ca
Organizers: Marie Lovrod, Manuela Valle-Castro

Admission: $8 (Admission includes Latin American refreshments provided by E.E. Burritos)

 

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