Film Screenings

Film Screenings are community driven events that are often times suggested by members of the community, organized as a series, or a public promotion of work from a current UCSC students or alumni. El Centro sponsors film screenings to highlight current socio-political issues, raise awareness, and preserve Chicanx and Latinx history and identity through critical conversation of such films like Mosquita y Mari directed by Aurora Guerrero, The Stuart Hall Project by John Acomfrah, Cesar Chavez directed by Diego Luna, and most currently Real Women Have Curves. El Centro also promotes film screenings by other resource centers and spaces across the UCSC campus and Santa Cruz community through our CHISME E-NEWS. Film Screenings continue to be pertinent to student life, campus atmosphere, and to the Santa Cruz community.