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SWS:CDMX at the Vincent Price Art Museum

Saturday, September 15: Noon – 3:30 PM at the Vincent Price Art Museum

Cine Sin Fronteras 2018 presents Highlights from the Morelia International Film Festival including The Sound We See: A Mexico City City Symphony. FREE EVENT!

Series curated by filmmaker and Pitzer College Professor in Media Studies, Jesse Lerner.

Events: Mercado with local womxn vendors (Noon – 3:30), El Rio musical performance (1 – 2 pm), Screening and Q&A (2 – 3:30 pm)

Location: Vincent Price Art Museum, 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey Park, CA 91754.

Program: Relato familiar (México, 2017, color, 20:52 min.) directed by Sumie Garcia is about a deserted photography goods store in the Santa Maria la Ribera neighborhood in Mexico City called Foto Seiki. This will be the film’s Los Angeles premiere!

Coyolxauhqui (México, 2016, 16mm, color, 9:46 min) directed by Colectivo Los Ingrávidos recasts the mythical destruction of the Aztec goddess Coyolxauhqui in a searing evocation of femicide in the Mexican countryside.

El sonido que vemos: CDMX (México, 2017, BN, 33 min.) directed by the Echo Park Film Center and Laboratorio Experimental de Cine is a documentary on a Mexico City symphony filmed in 24 hours at the Mexican capital.

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