Dr. Rosita E. Villagómez will speak about the role of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC) in Cuban cultural life. Specifically, the presentation will examine movies filmed after the hardest crises in Cuban history, known as the “Special Period,” and their portrayal of women, class, and immigration.
Cuban Institute on Cinematographic Arts and Industry was created 83 days after the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. The ICAIC is devoted to the fulfillment of the Cuban national cinema and promoting the creation of a more informed and engaged audience.
For more information about the Center for International Studies at the Mount, visit http://www.mountsaintvincent.edu/cis.htm.
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