Screening of "Mariachi High" and Conversation with Director Ilana Trachtman - Tuttle Film FestivalScreening of "Mariachi High" and Conversation with Director Ilana Trachtman - Tuttle Film Festivalhttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/216342Chase Auditorium2012-11-28T19:00:002012-11-28T21:30:00
November 28, 7:00PM–9:30PM
Fall 2012 Tuttle Film Series:
Re-Envisioning Film Across the Disciplines
Wednesday, November 28th
Mariachi High (2012)
Directed by Ilana Trachtman & Kim Connell
7:00 p.m., Chase Auditorium
Organized by Patty Kelly, Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Mariachi High presents a year in the life of the champion mariachi ensemble at Zapata High School on the Rio Grande in South Texas. As they compete and perform with musical virtuosity, these teens and the music they make will inspire, surprise, and bring you to your feet. High school never sounded so good.
This semester, Beth Willman (Astronomy), Patty Kelly (Anthropology), and John Muse (Visual Studies Postdoctoral Fellow) present three films that variously explore vision and visual culture. Each screening will be followed by a public discussion between the sponsoring faculty and the filmmaker.
This series is held in coordination with “What You See is What You Get: Vision, Knowledge, and Technology Across the Disciplines,” four conversations concerning visual studies at Haverford sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Library, and the Hurford Center.
Thursday, October 25th
Saving Hubble (2012)
Directed by David Gaynes
7:00 p.m., Stokes Auditorium
Beth Willman, Assistant Professor of Astronomy
Wednesday, November 7th
Night Sky (2010)
Directed by Alison O’Daniel
8:00 p.m., Chase Auditorium
John Muse, Postdoctoral Fellow in Visual Studies, Hurford Center
Sponsored by the Distinguished Visitors Program, the Department of Anthropology, and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities’ Tuttle Fund for the Development of Visual Culture Across the Curriculum and Leaves of Grass Fund.
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