Dear Friends,

I thought you may be interested in learning about the following
opportunity. We would appreciate if you could help us spread the word by
passing on the announcement below.


Following the success of the first year of Spanish Film Club (SFC), Pragda
is happy to announce the Fall deadline for the initiative's second year,
set for October 15, 2013. SFC offers grants to help universities bring the
very best in contemporary Ibero American cinema to campuses and to
introduce students to the language and cultures of these territories. More
than 100 schools have participated in the program so far. Don't miss the
opportunity to be included in the next cycle! To apply for an SFC grant
and cover between 30-50% of the cost, go to:

The inventive model allows universities to select a minimum of five films
from our growing catalog of titles to create a film festival of Ibero
American cinema on campus. The new roster of films includes Academy Award®
selections AFTER LUCIA by Michel Franco (Mexico), BLACK BREAD by Agustí
Villaronga (Spain), CLANDESTINE CHILDHOOD by Benjamin Ávila (Argentina,
Spain Brazil), and THE DELAY by Rodrigo Plá (Uruguay, Mexico, France),
among many others. Most of the films are available in North America for
the first time!

Spanish Film Club facilitates and encourages the organization of virtual
Q&As with filmmakers and provides all the necessary material for the
festival's promotion.

To learn more, visit:

The grant deadline is October 15, 2013.
Apply Now:

Thank you for your support!

Daniela Bajar
302 Bedford Ave., # 136
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Spanish Film Club:

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