Viva Cinema at the Bullock Museum: La jaula de oro (The Golden Dream)
La jaula de oro (The Golden Dream), a film by Diego Quemada-Díez
Featuring Brandon López, Rodolfo Domínguez, Karen Martínez, Carlos Chajón
Come early at 6:00pm for complimentary coffee and treats. Quantities are limited. Seating for film begins at 6:30 p.m.
Following the screening, stay for a Q&A with Producer of LA JAULA DE ORO, Luis Salinas; Director of Legal Programs and Team Development with American Gateways, Natalia Drelichman; moderated by Cine Las Americas Executive Director Jean Anne Lauer.
Texas Spirit Theater, Bullock Museum
1800 Congress Ave., Austin, TX, 78701
Tel: (512) 936 – 8746
CLA Members receive a $3 discount on tickets purchased at the box office on the day of the screening. CLA Members will also receive information via email on how to pre-order with $3 discount online. General ticket info HERE.
Juan, Sara, and Samuel, three teenagers from the slums of Guatemala, travel to the United States in search of a better life. On their journey through Mexico, they meet Chauk, an indigenous youth from Chiapas who doesn’t speak Spanish. Traveling together in freight trains and walking on railroad tracks, they soon have to face a harsh reality. Screened at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, where filmmaker Diego Quemada-Díez won the A Certain Talent award for his directing work and the ensemble cast.
Viva Cinema celebrates the modern cinema of Mexico and beyond. The Museum is proud to highlight acclaimed films co-presented with Cine Las Americas that feature the rich tradition of Spanish-language and Hispanic-heritage movie-making. Films in the Viva Cinema Series are presented in English or in Spanish with English subtitles. This season, selections are focused on topics of migration and immigration.
The Bullock Texas State History Museum includes three floors of exhibitions, IMAX® and multisensory special-effects theaters, a café and museum store. The Museum collaborates with more than 700 museums, libraries, archives and individuals to display original historical artifacts and host exhibitions that illuminate and celebrate Texas history and culture. For more, visit TheStoryofTexas.com or call (512) 936-8746