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	SPANISH FILM CLUB GRANT PROGRAM ANNOUNCES 2017 LINE UP!! 

	APPLY BEFORE APRIL 15 TO BRING THESE AWARD WINNING FILMS TO YOUR
CAMPUS! 

	NERUDA (Chile) - OSCAR SUBMISSION! 

	“A captivatingly original literary chase thriller.” – LOS
ANGELES TIMES 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/neruda/?sfc=1 [1] 

	DON’T CALL ME SON (Brazil) 

	“A humane portrait of teenage angst, as attuned to class as it is
to gender and sexuality.” – FILM COMMENT 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/dont-call-son/?sfc=1 [2] 

	TEMPESTAD (Mexico) 

	“Fascinating and important material.” – THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/tempest/?sfc=1 [3] 

	THE TENTH MAN (Argentina)  

	“A teasing parable about fathers and sons and the power of
faith.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/the-tenth-man/?sfc=1 [4] 

	THE COMPANION (Cuba) OSCAR SUBMISSION! 

	“One of the darkest episodes of the Cuban Revolution.” – EL
CAIMAN CUADERNOS DE CINE 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/the-companion/?sfc=1 [5] 

	SEALED CARGO (Bolivia) OSCAR SUBMISSION! 

	“Speaks to urgent matters of environmental protection and the
rights of indigenous peoples.” – CANADIAN FILM INSTITUTE 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/sealed-cargo/?sfc=1 [6] 

	EL AMPARO (Venezuela) 

	“The kind of story of injustice that always needs telling.” –
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/el-amparo/?sfc=1 [7] 

	THE EMPTY CLASSROOM (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Peru,
Uruguay, El Salvador) 

	“The story of the educational crisis in Latin America.” –
INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/empty-classroom/?sfc=1 [8] 

	PANAMA CANAL STORIES (Panama) 

	“Uncover the history of the Panama Canal.”– INDIEWIRE 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/panama-canal-stories/?sfc=1 [9] 

	RED GRINGO (Chile) 

	“A fascinating look back at one of the United States most peculiar
20th century pop phenomena.” 

	– REMEZCLA 

	Read more at https://pragda.com/film/red-gringo/?sfc=1 [10] 

	ABOUT SPANISH FILM CLUB (https://pragda.com/spanish-film-club/ [11]) 

	SPANISH FILM CLUB (SFC) offers grants to bring a selective roster of
relevant and awe-inspiring Ibero American productions to campuses
across North America and abroad. Brighten up your semester by engaging
your school community with an unforgettable and impactful Film
Festival! 

	HOW IT WORKS 

	 • Grants cover up to 50% of the festival costs 

	 • Universities screen 5 films or more in 8 weeks 

	 • Two grant deadlines: April 15 and October 15, 2017 

	 • More than 50 Award-winning titles from +21 countries 

	 • Virtual Q&As with filmmakers 

	 • 150+ universities participating so far! 

	WHAT UNIVERSITIES SAY 

	“THIS FESTIVAL IS BECOMING A CLASSIC!" - UCLA 

	“IT IS A WONDERFUL WAY TO INTRODUCE NOT ONLY LANGUAGE BUT DIFFERENT
CULTURES TO THE STUDENTS." - Troy University 

	“(SFC) HELPS OUR STUDENTS TO BECOME GLOBAL CITIZENS.” – UNC at
Charlotte 

	“THE MOST EXCITING EVENTS OF OUR SEMESTER!” – University of
Mississippi 

	ABOUT PRAGDA 

	PRAGDA is a cultural initiative that specializes in offering Latin
American and Spanish films of educational interest for students,
instructors and librarians. To learn more, visit www.pragda.com [12]. 

	-- 

	Daniela Bajar 

	Pragda 

	302 Bedford Ave, # 136 

	Brooklyn, NY 11249 

	Pragda: www.pragda.com [13] 

	Spanish Film Club: www.spanishfilmclub.com [14]



Links:
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[1] https://pragda.com/film/neruda/?sfc=1
[2] https://pragda.com/film/dont-call-son/?sfc=1
[3] https://pragda.com/film/tempest/?sfc=1
[4] https://pragda.com/film/the-tenth-man/?sfc=1
[5] https://pragda.com/film/the-companion/?sfc=1
[6] https://pragda.com/film/sealed-cargo/?sfc=1
[7] https://pragda.com/film/el-amparo/?sfc=1
[8] https://pragda.com/film/empty-classroom/?sfc=1
[9] https://pragda.com/film/panama-canal-stories/?sfc=1
[10] https://pragda.com/film/red-gringo/?sfc=1
[11] https://pragda.com/spanish-film-club/
[12] http://www.pragda.com/
[13] http://www.pragda.com/
[14] http://www.spanishfilmclub.com/


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