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One Hour Intro: Latin American Indigenous Filmmakers

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Visiting Mexican filmmakers Itandehui Jansen and Armando Bautista, both with Mixtec heritage, present an informal introduction to Latin American indigenous filmmakers. Itandehui studied documentary filmmaking at university in the Netherlands. She has been a film festival jury member and her own films have screened internationally. She is Programme Director for the Bachelor in Film & TV at Edinburgh University. Armando studied an MA in Comparative Literature and Philosophy in Barcelona. He is a film producer and award-winning writer of screenplays and short stories.

Itandehui and Armando’s film Tiempo de lluvia screens on Thu 19 Mar at 18:00, with a post-screening Q&A.

Our titles by Latin American indigenous filmmakers – Tiempo de lluvia, Tote abuelo and Wiñaypacha – have been programmed with thanks to Dr Molly Geidel, University of Manchester, and Dr Charlotte Gelghorn, University of Edinburgh.