Tales of Masked Men
2012 documentary by Director/Producer Carlos Avila
Wednesday, November 14, 20123:00 PM - 5:00 PM
144 Haines Hall
Chicano Studies Research Center Library
Tales of Masked Men, a new documentary about the colorful, fascinating and mysterious world of lucha libre — Mexican wrestling. Shot in Mexico and the United States and filled with the passion and excitement that defines its subject, the film explores the history of lucha libre and what has made this eighty-year-old phenomenon endure.
Q&A with Director Carlos Avila will follow the screening.
Watch a clip:
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Cost : Free & Open to the public
Download file: 11-14-12-Tales-of-Masked-Men-d1-nop.pdf
Sponsor(s): Center for Mexican Studies, Chicano Studies Research Center