Got Culture?

Got Culture?

Attend the Spanish and Francophone Fall Film Series at the IU East Campus Library and soon you too can have culture or “cultura” or “la culture.” The films are selected by Prof. Julien Simon and are shown in Hayes Hall Rm. 101 at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays throughout the Fall Semester.

October 5th
“Voces Inocentes / Innocent Voices”

This Mexican / El Salvadoran film is set in war torn El Salvador in the 1980’s, when Chava, an eleven-year-old boy, suddenly becomes the “man of the house” in a time when the government’s army is forcibly recruiting children for the civil war. As his single mother fights to protect her children, their village becomes both playground and battlefield. This film is based on a true story.


October 12th
“La faute à Fidel! / Blame it on Fidel!”

In this French film, 9-year-old Anna inhabits a pristine world. Living with her wealthy parents and brother in a lovely Parisian mansion, Anna attends a private Catholic school and excels at religion class. But when her bourgeois parents, Fernando and Marie, develop radically left-wing ideology, little Anna is forced to abandon the life she once knew and learn to face the world on her own.

Interested in more foreign language films? We have a libguide for that! There are films in Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Māori, Kurdish, Pashtu, Czech, Dutch, Polish, and Swedish! See you at the movies!

hispanic film series fall 2011

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