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Two Films by Ana Vaz & Nicolas Pereda
February 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm CST
This program pairs two films by Nicolas Pereda & Ana Vaz. Nicolas Pereda’s My Skin Luminous, originally commissioned by the Mexican Ministry of Education, is a hypnotically mysterious, hybrid object that unravels and metamorphoses within the walls of a school. This oneiric journey from light to darkness is a gorgeously abstracted tale of childhood and healing. Ana Vaz’s 13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird is composed of a series of attempts at looking and being looked at. Beginning as a state commission under the name and attitude of “Unschool,” the film became a kaleidoscope of the experiences, questions, and wonders of a couple of high school students after a year of experiences with filmmaker Ana Vaz, questioning what cinema can be.
Tuesday, February 01, 2021
7:00 p.m. CT
Ticket Pricing – In Person:
Free and open to the public
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Union Cinema details:
This film screening is FREE to everyone. Unless noted otherwise, all films shown at the Union Cinema are $5 per ticket for non-UWM students. Special cases where films are free for everyone include Experimental Tuesdays, select film festivals such as the Festival of Films in French, Latin American Film Series, Italian Film Festival, African American Film Series and other screenings as noted.
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