October 26, 27, 28 & 29
Free admission. Films in original languages with English subtitles
Warch Campus Center Cinema, 711 E. Boldt Way, Appleton, WI
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Films and Events
Thursday, October 26
4:30 PM "Between Dictatorship and Democracy: Chile, 50 Years After the Coup" by Prof. Patricia Vilches. Followed by CHILE '76 (2022) Dir. Manuela Martelli.
8:00 PM ARGENTINA, 1985. Argentina, 2022. Dir. Santiago Mitre
Friday, October 27
5:00 PM THE FISHBOWL (La Pecera). Puerto Rico, 2023. Dir Glorimar Marrero Sánchez
7:00 PM Noche Latina at LU in collaboration with the Diversity and Intercultural Center. Somerset Room, Warch Campus Center. Talk by Ariela Rosa. Refreshments, dance and live music.
Saturday, October 28
5:00 PM A PLACE CALLED MUSIC (Un Lugar Llamado Música). Mexico, 2022. Followed by Q&A and reception with the film's director Enrique M. Rizo
8:00 PM LOST IN THE NIGHT (Perdidos en la Noche). Mexico, 2023. Dir. Amat Escalante. U.S. premiere!
Sunday, October 29
2:00 PM THE BEASTS (As Bestas). Spain, 2022. Dir. Rodrigo Sorogoyen
Poster design by Paulina Herrera
DIRECTIONS AND PARKING INFORMATION
Location of Warch Campus Center on Google Maps
Download parking map (ramp or street parking recommended; limited visitor spaces available near the Chapel, Chapman Hall, and Brokaw Hall)
DISCLAIMER ABOUT FILM CONTENT AND VIEWS EXPRESSED
The films presented in this festival are the creative expressions of their respective creators and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Lawrence University or its affiliates. The purpose of showcasing these films is to provide a platform for artistic exploration and cultural exchange. The diverse range of perspectives presented in these films may include themes, content, or viewpoints that some viewers may find challenging, thought-provoking, or controversial.
Lawrence University encourages open dialogue and critical thinking, and the inclusion of a film in this festival does not constitute an endorsement of its content by the University. We respect the freedom of artistic expression and believe that films have the power to engage audiences in meaningful conversations about various subjects.
Viewers are advised that some films may contain content such as strong language, explicit imagery, sensitive topics, or differing ideologies. Viewer discretion is advised, and attendees should use their own judgment when selecting films to watch. The university is committed to fostering an inclusive and respectful environment, and we encourage viewers to engage with the films and each other in a respectful and considerate manner.
The film festival aims to provide a platform for filmmakers to share their unique perspectives, fostering a deeper understanding of different cultures, ideas, and narratives. As such, the films may challenge preconceptions, evoke emotions, and spark discussions that contribute to the educational and artistic experience of the Lawrence University community.
By attending this film festival, viewers acknowledge that the films presented are artistic works and may not reflect the views of University, its faculty, staff, students, or administration. The college is proud to support the freedom of expression and the exploration of diverse viewpoints through the medium of film.
The organizers of LULASFF
August 29, 2023