ABOUT OUR FIRST EVENT OF 2019
It's extremely important for us to create spaces in which we share Salvadoran experiences and narratives while educating and empowering our communities. We are extremely excited to share the award winning Salvadoran film of Arturo Menéndez, MALACRIANZA. The film has been showcased in over 20 Countries, 40 film festivals such as Latin American Film Festival, Festival Internacional de Cine de la Habana, Festival Internacional de Cine de Panama, Chicago Latino Film Festival and Innsbruck International Film Festival. The film won Best Narrative at the Festival Internacional de CentroAmerica.
Synopsis: MALACRIANZA tells the story of a humble piñata salesman in the city of San Salvador, Don Cleo, who one day receives an extortion note for $500 - must get the money in less than 72 hours. Feeling forced and without resources to obtain it, decides to face the “supposed extortionists” who sent the note.
Please join us for a night of convivencia, cine and a Q&A with Writer and Director, Arturo Menéndez.
Moderators: Cynthia Gonzalez & Mario J. Novoa
Due to the adult content and language, this film is for ages 13 and up. RSVP required to attend. This film screening is free and open to the public.
Due to the limited parking space, we encourage ride share and street parking. Please plan ahead to find parking and seats. No late seating will be allowed.
Parking lot can be found at the corner of 20th and Vermont.
RSVP IS NOW CLOSED!
Due to the high number of RSVPs the list has been closed. Thank you and we hope to see you at our next event!