NCLAFF: Merida Proscrita
Directed by Enrique Novelo Cascante & Raul Ferrara Balanquet
Length: 7 minutes
*Director in Attendance*
A sad, sepia-toned love story set in Mexico, with a distinctive scratchy, operatic style. It's a moving account of two Latino lovers and the relationship difficulties caused by machismo and fixed roles.
The 2020 NCLAFF celebrates the festival’s 35th anniversary with an innovative format, a virtual synchronic model. We will start with NCLAFF Conversations | A mini Web Conference: Latin American and Caribbean Film in the Era of Neoliberalism (1985-2020) on October 9 and 10, 2020. We will follow with ten days (October 9 to 18), of screenings/streaming. The films were selected from the hundreds of films shown during the past 35 years of the NCLAFF. The NCLAFF is a great way for students to engage with Latin American history, cinema, and current topics!
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Date: October 14, 2020