Intersectionality: IU Latina Film Festival and Conference


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icon-latin-filmIntersectionality: IU Latina Film Festival and Conference

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The third Latino Film Festival and Conference will put Latina filmmakers, actresses, and Latina film scholars at the center. The aim of this festival and conference is to present new perspectives in the studies of Latina identity that move us away from stereotypical representations and that showcases the intersectionality of identity within the contexts of immigration, gender, sexuality, social class, and race/ethnicity issues. The Latina Film Festival provides an exciting and productive paradigm in which to showcase the innovative directing and acting of women in documentaries, shorts, and feature length films. Multiple scholars and filmmakers will be present.

Festival and conference sponsors include the Latino Studies Program; College of Arts and Sciences’ Ostrom Grants Program; College Arts & Humanities Institute; Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs; La Casa, IU Latino Cultural Center; Black Film Center/Archive; Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society; the Asian American Studies program; the departments of Gender Studies and American Studies; and IU Cinema.

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