Princeton University is hosting a screening and a panel discussion on Cuban Filmmaker Nicolás Guillén Landrián this thursday, March 7th. 2013 at 4:30 pm.
Organized by The Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures under the coordination of Phd student Gerardo Muñoz, there will be a screening of four documentaries directed by Guillén Landrián (Ociel del Toa, Reportaje, Coffea Arábiga and Desde La Habana…1969), followed by my biographical documentary Café con leche, on Guillén Landrián.
Contesting the Revolution: the documentaries of Nicolás Guillén Landrián (1938-2003)
Discussants: Manuel Zayas, Dylon Robbins (New York University), Rachel Price (Princeton University), Javier Guerrero (Princeton University) and Gerardo Muñoz (Princeton University).
Where: Princeton University, 010 East Pyne
Admissions: Open to the public and free entrance