Through its partnership with the Mexican Cultural Institute to promote Mexican arts and culture, the Center for Latin American & Latino Studies will welcome renowned filmmaker Fernando Eimbcke for a presentation and discussion of his work. Best known for his debut film Temporada de patos (2004)-- winner of an Ariel Award for Best Film-- Eimbcke's cinema highlights the adolescent experience through a minimalist approach. Known for his "evocative simplicity" and portraits of everyday life, Eimbcke's other films include Lake Tahoe (2008) and Club Sandwich (2013).
This event will feature a panel discussion with Maestro Eimbcke and panelists from American University faculty, as well as a Q&A. For more information, please visit the CLALS website.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The event will be held in the Abramson Family Founders Room, bottom floor of the School of International Service. For directions to American University, please click here. Information on parking is available here.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
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American University School of International Service
4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest
Abramson Family Founders Room
Washington, DC 20016