Film Screening: Musica Campesina

School’s official back in session, and above everything else it means that International Lens, the free community film series that focuses on international films, is back. Yep, my job has officially gotten that much easier.

This season’s first non-midnight film is one that was filmed in Nashville by Vanderbilt students with Vanderbilt students and community members staring. It’s called Musica Campesina and here’s the official synopsis:

 A brokenhearted Chilean thirtysomething works to regain his equilibrium on the streets of Nashville. He loves America. Will America love him back?

The screening starts at 7pm at Vanderbilt’s Sarratt Cinema.  Immediately following the screening there will be a Q&A session with Producer, Sarah Childress and Director of Photography, Ashley Zeiger.



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