Register for the free screening of the film Freda at McConomy Auditorium

October 13, 2022 / Carnegie Mellon University International Film Festival

On October 20th, the Carnegie Mellon University International Film Festival is hosting a free screening for Haitian Director Gessica Généus’s film Freda at McConomy Auditorium (Carnegie Mellon University) at 6:00 PM. This film follows Freda, a girl who lives with her family in a poor neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. They make ends meet thanks to their small street shop. Faced with precarious living conditions and the rise of violence in Haiti, each of them wonders whether to stay or leave. Freda wants to believe in the future of her country.


For more information, contact:

Sandra Budd

About the Latin American Cultural Center (LACC)

LACC features a small but highly informative museum display, as well as live programming in an intimate performance venue that highlights the diverse cultures, music, film, and current day issues of Latin America and the Caribbean. Exhibits and related programming will be open to school groups who wish to explore this incredible region of our world. A large exhibit gallery is reserved for featuring changing presentations of special topics related to this vast geographical area.