Small Theatre / Big Screen Film Series, Alamar, December 9th, 2016

Alamar

Join us at 7pm on the second Friday of each month for the Small Theatre / Big Screen film series.

Before their inevitable farewell, Jorge, a young man of Mayan roots, and Natan, his half-Italian son, spend time together living off the Banco Chinchorro coral reef. (IMDB.com) Alamar is a 2009 Spanish-language documentary-style film about a boy visiting his father on the Banco Chinchorro. It is by Pedro González-Rubio. Alamar won best picture and the audience award at the seventh Morelia International Film Festival.

The Rosel H. Schewel Theatre is on the ground floor of Riverviews Artspace. Admission is $5. Doors open at 6:30, seating is first come first served.

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