Films to choose from About SFC What is Spanish Film Club? Why Spanish Film Club? How it Works The Films / New Releases Virtual Festivals FAQs The Grant Grant Recipients What Universities Say Eligibility Online Application Form Online Evaluation Form Other Info Programming Ideas Promotion Ideas Promotional Materials Study Guides Ensuring Student Attendance Financing Suggestions firstname.lastname@example.org Share with a friend What is Spanish Film Club? Spanish Film Club, an initiative by PRAGDA, offers grants twice a year to help high schools and universities bring the very best in contemporary Spanish and Latin American cinema to campuses with the aim of introducing students to the language and cultures of these territories. More than 220 schools have participated in the program so far. The inventive model allows schools to select a minimum of five films from a catalog to create a film festival on campus. A committee of experts in Ibero American cinema has made an eclectic and diverse selection of films featuring first-time filmmakers and established masters alike. All films feature English subtitles. Representing 29 countries, new films are added every year. Spanish Film Club also encourages the organization of virtual Q&As with filmmakers and provides all the necessary material for the festival’s promotion. The project’s ultimate goal is to introduce students and a generally broader audience to the cultures of Ibero American countries and to create a stable exhibition platform of the latest Spanish and Portuguese language cinema. “It is always my aim to introduce thought-provoking texts that challenge student assumptions about cultural otherness in the courses that I teach. The festival offered a superb repertoire for discussions of this nature.” – Dr. Jennifer M. Formwalt, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Director of Spanish Summer Language Institute, North Georgia College CLICK HERE to read more comments from schools that have already hosted the program.