Duke Global Health Film Festival

Duke Global Health Film Festival

  • Feb 27, 2017
  • 6:00pm
  • Mar 05, 2017
  • 8:00pm
  • Locations Vary - See Event Description

Kearsley Stewart, Duke Global Health Institute, Chair
Debora Diniz, University of Brasilia (Anthropology and Law), anthropologist, lawyer, filmmaker
Jonathan Katz, Freelance journalist, author of The Big Truck That Went By. 
Kia Caldwell, African, African-American and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill

Film festival schedule by topic:

Zika

Monday, Feb. 27, 6pm, Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall

Film: ZIKA

International Women’s Health Coalition & Debora Diniz
30 min. Brazil. 2016. Portuguese with English subtitles.
A panel precedes the film.
Introduced by filmmaker.
Reception to follow the screening.


Indigenous and Environmental Health

Friday, Feb. 17, 6pm, Richard White Auditorium, Duke East

Film: Yamar Malku | Blood of the Condor

Jorge Sanjinés
70 min. Bolivia. 1969. Quechua, Spanish, English with English subtitles.
Reception to follow.

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 6pm, Nelson Madela Auditorium, FedEx Global Education Center, UNC-Chapel Hill

Film: Sacbé

Mauricio Andrada & Miguel Rojas-Sotelo.
30 min. México. 2017. Maya & Spanish with English subtitles.
Introduced by filmmakers.

Film: Voices that Heal

Heather Greer & Delia Ackerman
45min. Peru. 2011. Spanish, Shipibo with English subtitles.

A panel follows the films. Refreshments will be served.


Social Action

Wednesday, March 1, 6pm, Rubenstein Library, Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room, Duke West

 

Film: Letter to a Shadow: Oblivion

Daniela Abad & Miguel Salazar.
73 min. Colombia. 2015. Spanish with English subtitles.
​Introduced by filmmakers.

Thursday, March 2, 6pm, Richard White Auditorium, Duke East

Film: Clínica de Migrantes.
Maxim Pozdorovkin. 40 min. USA. 2016.

Migrantes: bitácora de viaje.
Mauricio Andrada Bilche
57min. México. 2013. Spanish with English subtitles.
Introduced by filmmaker.

A panel precedes the films. Refreshments will be served.


Student Films and Gender Rights

Friday, March 3, 4pm, Richard White Auditorium, Duke East

Duke Global Health Student Films 

Friday, March 3, 6pm, Richard White Auditorium, Duke East

Film: Crossing Over | Identidad sin fronteras

Isabel Castro.
55min. México/USA. 2015. Spanish, English with English subtitles.

Reception preceeds the screening.
A panel follows the film.

Dance Party: Duke Coffee House


Women's Health

Sunday, March 5, 6pm, Richard White Auditorium, Duke East

Film: Gestación

Esteban Ramírez
91 min. Costa Rica. 2014. Spanish with English subtitles.
Introduced by filmmaker.

 

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