Hispanic Heritage Month Film Festival Begins Wednesday

Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and see what critics have called “sumptuous and heartbreaking” (The Guardian) and “scrupulous, compassionate and surprising” (The New York Times). Wednesday, September 19th from 2-5:00 p.m. in AA 196, the Division of Languages, Arts and Social Sciences proudly presents Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar’s, 2016 film “Julieta.” The film, based on short stories by Nobel Prize winner Alice Munro, features Emma Suárez in a Goya award-winning role. Be sure to stay for the post-screening discussion led by Prof. Martha Davis.

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