Latin American Institute Film Screenings

La revolución de los Alcatraces (Eufrosina's Revolution) Film Screening

La revolución de los Alcatraces (Eufrosina

A Mexican documentary directed by Luciana Kaplan

Thursday, May 29, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Royce Hall 314
UCLA

Filmmaker Luciana Kaplan follows Eufrosina over the years as she attacks gender inequality and the lack of women’s voting rights in her community. Eufrosina is completely devoted to improving the lives of her people in Santa Maria Quiegolani, an indigenous community located in Oaxaca, Mexico. But in 2007 when Eufrosina is elected mayor of Santa Maria Quiegolani her victory is annulled because she is a woman. Kaplan’s stirring, well-crafted documentary shows how this setback transformed Eufrosina into a grassroots activist for the rights of women and indigenous communities.

90 minutes | In Spanish with English subtitles

Mexican Film Series

Cost: Free and open to the public

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For more information please contact

Nancy Gomez Tel: 310-825-4571
ngomez@international.ucla.edu

Download File: 05-29-14-RevAlcatraces-0u-bfs.pdf

Sponsor(s): Center for Mexican Studies and Consulate of Mexico in Los Angeles