NCLAFF Conversations: Indigenous, Afro, and Other Cinemas
Latin American and Caribbean Film in the Era of Neoliberalism (1985-2020) is a series of web-seminars giving an overall review on Latin American and Caribbean film production in the past three and a half decades. Indigenous, Afro, and Other Cinemas features guests Amalia Córdova, Latino Digital Curator, Smithsonian Center for Folklife & Cultural Heritage;
Emil Keme (Emilio del Valle Escalante), Associate Professor of Spanish, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and
Gustavo Furtado, Associate Professor, Department of Romance Studies, Duke University.