Sexuality, Hypocrisy, and Obsession: The Films of Jaime Humberto Hermosillo

Hermosillo retrospective schedule

KEY: Alamo = Alamo Drafthouse Downtown (409 Colorado);

MYEC = Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex (1156 Hargrave);

Arbor = Arbor Cinema (10000 Research)

Matinee (1976): Sunday, Feb. 24, 5pm, Alamo

La Pasión Según Berenice (Passion According to Berenice) (1976): Sunday, March 3, 5pm, Alamo

SXSW Film Festival:

*Escrito en el Cuerpo de la Noche (2001): Saturday, March 9, 7:30pm, MYEC

*Intimidades en un Cuarto de Baño (Bathroom Intimacy) (1989): Monday, March 11, 7:30pm, MYEC

*De Noche Vienes, Esmeralda (Esmeralda Comes by Night) (1997): Saturday, March 16, 7:30pm, Arbor **filmmaker in attendance**

Clandestino Destino (A Clandestine Destiny) (1987): Tuesday, March 19, 7pm, Alamo

La Tarea (Homework) (1990): Tuesday, March 26, 7pm, Alamo

La Tarea Prohibida (Forbidden Homework) (1992): Tuesday, April 2, 7pm, Alamo

Naufragio (Shipwreck) (1977): Tuesday, April 9, 7pm, Alamo; **no subtitles**

The Jaime Hermosillo retrospective is presented by the Austin Film Society and the South by Southwest Film Festival and co-sponsored by Cine Las Americas. All films are free, except those shown during South by Southwest (indicated by *).

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