Women/Power Film Series

The movie Tear This Heart Out, based on the novel “Arráncame la vida”, will be screened on the Women/Power Series event in Washington, D.C.

The Women /Power Film Series launches on October 5, 2010 with a special presentation by the Mexican author Ángeles Mastretta and the screening of the movie based on her novel “Arráncame la Vida”. The public can enjoy other films, mostly from Hispanic America, until October 15. Among these are: The Headless Woman (Argentina), The Maid (Chile), and María Cano (Colombia).  Each movie will be shown at 6:30 p.m. in the Art Museum of the Americas or other buildings of the Organization of American States. For more information about this event and others organized by the Art Museum of the Americas, visit their web site.

El evento Women/Power Film Series comenzará el 5 de octubre de 2010 con una presentación especial de la autora mexicana Ángeles Mastretta  y la proyección de la película basada en su novela “Arráncame la Vida”. El público podrá disfrutar de otros filmes, mayormente hispanoamericanos, hasta el 15 de octubre. Entre éstos se encuentran: La Mujer sin Cabeza (Argentina), La nana (Chile) y María Cano (Colombia). Cada película se mostrará a las 6:30 p.m. en el Art Museum of the Americas u otros edificios de la Organización de los Estados Americanos. Para más información sobre este evento y otros organizados por el Art Museum of the Americas, visite su página.

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Hispanic Culture Review is a journal published yearly by students of George Mason University. HCR publishes narrative (fiction and nonfiction), essays, poetry, and visual art related to the Hispanic world (in Spanish or English).
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