Cultural Film Night – House of Sand
Please join us for Cultural Film Night, hosted and curated by Delia Tomino Nakayama with support from Press Street, Tulane University and Charitable Film Network.
HOUSE OF SAND by Andrucha Waddington
A woman is taken along with her mother in 1910 to a far-away desert by her husband, and after his passing, is forced to spend the next 59 years of her life hopelessly trying to escape it. (2005, 115 minutes) There will be a short discussion following the screening with Professor Christopher Dunn, Director of Brazilian Studies at Tulane University.
Admission Free. Limited seating.
Stop by early and enjoy good food from The Brazilian BBQ Truck starting at 6:30pm. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.