Mexico’s New New Wave

#SFFMexicanCinema
Friday, January 24, 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St. (2nd floor)
Open to Festival credential holders

Once again this year we are seeing a remarkable explosion of cinematic energy coming from Mexico. Join Los Angeles Times critic Carlos Aguilar, and filmmakers Rodrigo Ruiz Patterson (Summer White [Blanco de Verano]), Fernanda Valadez (Identifying Features [Sin Señas Particulares]), Elena Fortes (Vivos), and Edher Campos (I Carry You With Me) from this year’s program to explore where this energy is coming from, how it is expressing itself through form and subject matter, and how it speaks to a wider contemporary Latin American cinema.

Credits

Carlos Aguilar
Panelist
Fernanda Valadez
Panelist
Elena Fortes Acosta
Panelist
Edher Campos
Panelist
Rodrigo Ruiz Patterson
Panelist
 
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