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Sat 04/17: CineLatino - Tengo miedo torero (My Tender Matador) sets an unconventional love story in 1986 Chile.

Tue 04/20: AfroLatinx Voices Series hosts a panel on "No Longer a Racial Democracy: Critical Whiteness in Latin America and the Caribbean."

From the Berkeley Review: Legal expert Javier Couso on "CHILE: The Demise of Pinochet's Constitution."

Sun 04/25: Cine Latino - "The Cordillera of Dreams" on the legacy of Chile's 1973 coup, using the Andes as a focus.

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CineLatino

Directed by Rodrigo Sepúlveda (Chile, 2020)

Sat, Apr 17 | 5:00 - 9:00 pm Pacific Time

CineLatino

Directed by Patricio Guzmán (France/Chile, 2019)

Sun, Apr 25 | 5:00 - 9:00 pm Pacific Time

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Cover and table of contents of Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Fall 2020.
Fall 2020 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies
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CineLatino Spring 2021

The poster for the Center for Latin American Studies CineLatino Spring 2021.
This spring:
Chaco · 90 Minutos · Tengo Miedo Torero · Cordillera of Dreams 
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