¡VIVA LA REVOLUCIÓN!: THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION ON FILM
Screening of 'Enamorada'(1946). A film directed by Emilio Fernández.
Friday, September 10, 2010
Billy Wilder Theater
10899 Wilshire Blvd.,
(corner of Wilshire & Westwood Blvds.)
Los Angeles, CA 90024
A nimble fusion of tearjerker, screwball comedy and national foundation myth, Enamorada transposes The Taming of the Shrew to a rural town during the Revolution where the liberal General Reyes (Armendáriz) falls head over heels for Beatriz (Maria Félix), the hotheaded daughter of the town's wealthiest reactionary. Enamorada is a work of astonishing visual intricacy, thanks to the cinematography Gabriel Figueroa, as Fernández mobilizes the Revolution for a mythic reformulation of national gender archetypes.
TICKET INFO: Advance tickets are available for $10 at www.cinema.ucla.edu. Tickets are also available at the Billy Wilder Theater box office starting one hour before showtime: $9, general admission; $8, students, seniors and UCLA Alumni Association members with ID.
Cost: Advance tickets are available for $10 at www.cinema.ucla.edu.
35mm, b/w, in Spanish with English subtitles. 99 min. PARKING: At the Billy Wilder Theater: after 6 p.m., $3 in the lot under the Billy Wilder Theater. Enter from Westwood Blvd., just north of Wilshire. Before 6 p.m., $3 for the first three hours with Museum validation.
For more information please contact
UCLA Film & Television Archive Tel: 310.206.FILM