Join us for a dynamic conversation with four renowned women filmmakers and cultural producers from Latin America and the Caribbean. They will discuss the technologies and methods they have used to communicate their ideas cinematically and overcome challenges for women in a male-dominated industry. Learn about the artistic, intellectual, and commercial strategies they have employed to bring social issues to film and disseminate their work nationally and internationally.
MARCELA MATTA (Uruguay): Director of the SLFF featured film Los modernos
JOHANNE GOMEZ (Dominican Republic): Director of the documentary Caribbean Fantasy
SARAH HOCH (Mexico): President of the Guanajuato International Film Festival
ALEJANDRA QUINTERO (Colombia): Dean of the Communication and Audiovisual Department, National Unified Corporation of Education
This event is free and open to the public.
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Sponsored by the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program, Center for Global Studies, Cinema and Media Studies, Comparative History of ideas, Spanish and Portuguese Studies, Seattle Latino Film Festival, Delta Airlines, Marguerite Casey Foundation and Seattle Neighborhoods.