Cine con Sentido will have a new venue at the Molaa

 

 

Dicapta is pleased to announce that the Museum of Latin American Art (Molaa) will join the Cine Con Sentido project with the screening of the film "A World Without Toledo" on July 8 at 6 p.m. PT. Additionally, Molaa plans to have additional screenings on the second Friday of each month. 

 

Cine Con Sentido is a Dicapta, Canal 22 Internacional and the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles, program that seeks to promote accessibility in audiovisual media and the visibility of audiences with sensory disabilities. Thanks to the wonderful support of Marcela Celorio, Consul General of Mexico in Los Angeles, and Cynthia Prida Bravo, Vice President of Content, Innovation and Outreach, the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles, the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles has created a regular audience that has enjoyed documentaries and animated short films such as "Underwater Paradises: Baja California and the Sea of ​​Cortez," "Animated Shorts." and “Manuel Álvarez Bravo, poet of the image.” 

 

Manuel Toledo runs with kites. Behind him, children follow

Thanks to the Consulate, Molaa joins the Cine con Sentido exhibition circuit with the screening of "Un Mundo Sin Toledo" ( A World Without Toledo), a documentary that narrates the life and work of Manuel Francisco Toledo, one of the most important throughout Mexico. The performances will be free and will take place on the second Friday of each month at 6 pm PT. All content is fully accessible in Spanish for the sensory impaired audience through the Access4All app. 

Dicapta is grateful to Molaa and especially to Lourdes Ramos, CEO of Molaa, and Solimar Salas, Vice President of Content, Innovation and Outreach to the Community, for helping us spread this cultural space for people with sensory disabilities and we hope that the community can enjoy it.

Accessibility for Cine Con Sentido documentaries is funded by the United States Department of Education.