"Miss Bala" Film Screening
Starts 6:30 PM
Wednesday Mar 27, 2013
Davis Court, Markim Hall
Women's History Month is drawing to an end, so let's make the week after Spring Break count! Please join us for a viewing and discussion of the powerful Mexican film "Miss Bala" (read: Miss Bullet). Loosely based on a true story of a former Miss Hispanic America, Laura Zúñiga, the gritty thriller was released at the 2011 Cannes Festival. A young aspiring beauty queen finds her dream turned against her when she unwillingly becomes entangled in the drug war.
The Hispanic Studies Department's own Alicia Muñoz, an expert in representations of women's violence and women's participation in drug trafficking, will contextualize the film, describe her research and answer any questions!
Questions? Contact Oana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the 2013 Women's History Month Planning Committee
Sponsored By: Multicultural Life (Dept. of)
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