Spanish CBL Films

Each semester, Romance Languages and Literatures (ROLL) and the Center for Social Concerns (CSC) cosponsor a film and panel discussion. The films are selected based on the CSC’s justice education theme for the year and on their relevance to Spanish speaking cultures and ROLL’s curriculum.

RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD

Spring 2018 | Introduced by Stevie Salas, Executive Producer (and Q&A following)

LAS MAESTRAS DE LA REPÚBLICA 

Fall 2017 | Discussion by Professor Maria Jose Fernandez Moreno and Professor Maria McKenna

YO SOY ANDINA II 

Spring 2017 | Introduction by Tom Anderson, Romance Languages and Literatures; discussion by director Mitchel Teplitsky, producer Doris Loayza and protagonist, Nélida Silva

AL OTRO LADO

Fall 2016 |  Presented by Josh Lund, Romance Languages and Literatures 

LA HIJA DE LA LAGUNA

Spring 2016 | Presented by: Ernesto Cabellos Damián, Director 

TAMBIÉN LA LLUVIA

Fall 2015 | Presented by: Josh Lund, Romance Languages and Literatures; Martin Murillo, ND-GAIN 

LAS ANALFABETAS

Spring 2015 | Panelists: Joyce Juarez, ENL coordinator at Bendix Adult Education, SBCSC; Ryan Schultheis, ND 2015, co-president of Community Alliance Serving Hispanics (CASH)

CRUDE

Fall 2014 | Panelists: Olivier Morel, Romance Languages and Literatures; Douglass Cassel, Notre Dame Law School 

LIVING ON ONE DOLLAR

Spring 2014 | Panelists: Elena Mangione-Lora, Romance Languages and Literatures; Christine Cervenak, Notre Dame Law School; ND students; Michael McDonald, Megan Finneran, Jason Hoard 

LA LENGUA DE LAS MARIPOSAS

Fall 2013 | Panelists: Carlos Jerez-Farrán Romance Languages and Literatures; Rosa Almoguera, Fundación Ortega-Marañón, Toledo, Spain

 

MONSEÑOR: THE LAST JOURNEY OF OSCAR ROMERO

Spring 2013 | Panelists: Julian Filochowski, Archbishop Romero Trust in England; Fr. Bob Pelton C.S.C., producer; Victor Maqque, Ph.D. candidate

 

AL OTRO LADO

Fall 2012 | Panelists: Ben Heller and Catherine Perry, Romance Languages and Literatures; Dan Groody, Theology; Sean O’Brien, Notre Dame Law School 

See trailer, Fall 2016