Lost and Found in Mexico: U.S. screenings

Caren Cross’s documentary film about expatriate life in San Miguel will be screening in several festivals this fall. I’m extremely pleased to announce that she’ll be at George Mason University in Fairfax on Monday, Sept. 24, at 7:30 at the Johnson Center Cinema (admission is free). If you are in the D.C. are and have an interest in life in San Miguel, I strongly encourage you to attend.

Here is the complete film schedule for this fall:

Boston: The Boston Film Festival Sunday, September 16 at 12:00

Washington D.C/Fairfax, VA: Fall for the Book festival at George Mason
University

Monday, Sept. 24 7:30 at the Johnson Center Cinema

Philadelphia: Mexican Society of Philadelphia Friday, September 28 5:30 For reservations email tedburkett@aol.com

Atlanta: DocuFest Atlanta
Saturday, Sept 29 8:45

Birmingham, AL: Sidewalk Moving Picture Film Festival Sunday, Sept 30 1:00

New York/New Jersey area:Hope and Dreams Film Festival, Hope NJ (one hour from Manhattan: I-80, Exit 12).
Oct 6 (tentative, check schedule)

Fort Lauderdale: Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival Oct. 20 3:00

Toronto:
October 27, 28. Details TBA

Wilmington, North Carolina: Cucalorus Film Festival
November 7-10 Details TBA


Concord, N.H.
: S.N.O.B. Film Festival (Somewhere North of Boston)
November 9-11 Details TBA

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2 thoughts on “Lost and Found in Mexico: U.S. screenings

  1. Hi,This is off topic, but I was hoping you could help me in my research. My husband and I are currently living and working in Honduras and want to move to the Guanajuato area. He is an elementary school teacher and looking for a job teaching at a bilingual school. I read your post on schools and raising kids, but was hoping you could be more specific about biligual schools in the area. I have only come accross the Waldorf School, which looks great, but I am wondering if there are more options.Thank you, Ashley

  2. Hi,This is off topic, but I was hoping you could help me with my research. My husband and I have been living and working in Honduras for 2 years. We want to move to the Guanajuato/SMA area. My husband is looking for a job in a bilingual elementary school, and the only school I have been able to find is the Waldorf School. I am wondering if you know of any other options. I read your post on raising kids in SMA. Do you have any specifics about schools?Thank you for your help, Ashley

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