27th Virtual 'Reel' Latin American Film Festival
The 27th ‘Reel” Latin American Film Festival under the general theme of “Resisting Tradition: Hope and Renewal in Latin American Film” at the University of Louisville campus continues faithful to its mission of generating a conversation about issues in Latin America.
This fall will continue, albeit virtually, to showcase films that motivate our committed audience’s interest in matters related to this region of the world. The movies complement the content, and objectives of our classes offered in many disciplines and departments across the university.
The post-screening sessions have kept their traditional status of offering a non-threatening space to engage in friendly dialogue about other cultures, peoples and places. We discuss topics such as childhood, youth, race, gender roles, race, aging, religion sexual preference, and the struggles of surviving under very challenging conditions.
Get credentials to watch the films from the festival site:
A Q&A discussion session of the film of the week will place on Fridays (10/23 to 11/20) at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom.
Friday, November 20 at 12:01am to 11:59pmVirtual Event