Felipe Cazals

The Conscience of Mexico

Felipe Cazals

Three decades after his three best-known films – Las Poquianchis, El Apando, and Canoa – shook Mexican socio-political circles and sent ripples north and south, the great and versatile Felipe Cazals is the subject of the Austin Film Society's latest series, co-presented by Cine Las Americas. Felipe Cazals: The Conscience of Mexico runs from March 7 to March 28. The director himself will attend a SXSW Film 06 screening of Las Vueltas del Citrillo on March 11 at the Regal Arbor Cinema. For more information, including admission details, see www.austinfilm.org.

Tuesday, March 7, 7pm
Alamo Drafthouse Downtown

March 11, 1:30pm
Las Vueltas del Citrillo
Regal Arbor Cinema

March 17, 4pm
Alamo Drafthouse Downtown

March 21, 7pm
El Apando
Alamo Drafthouse Downtown

March 28, 7pm
Alamo Drafthouse Downtown

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