2nd UCLA Latin American and Iberian Film Festival: Infancia Clandestina
Double feature of short film "Vocabulario" by Sam Baixauli and "Infancia clandestina" a 2011 Argentine drama film directed from Benjamín Ávila.
Thursday, November 21, 20136:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Royce Hall 314
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM
Xiaoyan and Werner, two characters who no longer expect anything from their lives, begin a friendship that will take them to the depths of themselves with an enthusiasm and innocence that they thought were lost.
6:45 PM - 9:00 PM
Argentina, 1979. After years of exile, Juan and his family come back to Argentina under fake identities. Juan's parents and his uncle Beto are members of the Montoneros Organization, which is fighting against the Military Junta that rules the country. Because of their political activities they are being tracked down relentlessly, and the threat of capture and even death is constant. However, Juan's daily life is also full of warmth and humor, and he quickly and easily integrates into his new environment. This story about militancy, undercover life, and love is the Argentine submission for the 2013 Best Foreign-Language Academy Award.
Part of the 2nd UCLA Latin American and Iberian Film Festival.
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Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, Spanish and Portuguese, PRAGDA, the Embassy of Spain in Washington DC, Spain-USA Foundation and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.