Spanish Film Festival - Film Screening 4/5

    Location: Detchon Center: 109
    Date: 09/26/17
    Time: 8:00PM - 10:00PM


    Thanks to a grant, the Modern Languages Department is happy to announce a Spanish Film Festival of five films to be shown, one each week for five weeks from September 5th to October 3rd.

    Red Gringo (9/26) Spanish with English Subtitles

    Reminiscent of Searching for Sugarman, director Miguel Ángel Vidaurre’s self-described “pop memory exercise” follows North American singer Dean Reed’s surprising and unlikely political transformation after learning of the brutality and repression of U.S.-supported regimes in South America. Born in Lakewood, Colorado, Reed attempted to conquer the American music industry with his voice and charisma. His songs found modest success in the U.S. but became massive hits in Latin America. In 1962, with hopes of cashing in on his international popularity, Reed tours South America, where he undergoes a political awakening that earned him the nickname “The Red Elvis.” 

    Ticket Information: free and open to the public

    For more information please contact:
    Rachel Barclay
    Event ID:42367