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NYU Washington, D.C. and the Mexican Cultural Institute are excited to co-host a second film screening for the Films Across Borders: Stories of Women Film Festival.  This evening's screening is "We Are Always Walking" by filmmaker Dinazar Urbina Mata.  

Films Across Borders: Stories of Women showcases inspiring stories of courage, hope, and determination, as international voices and perspectives are portrayed via dramatic features, documentaries and shorts. Despite tremendous challenges, immigrants and refugees are often able to overcome and even prosper beyond the obstacles they face.

The film will be in Spanish with English subtitles.


Film cover of "We Are Always Walking"

"We Are Always Walking" is a film about the trips undertaken to the coast by people of Santa Cruz Zenzontepec—a chatino municipality in Oaxaca’s Sierra Sur— in order to work, mainly, as farmers or traders. The journey to Santa Rosa de Lima, a small coastal town whose main income comes from agriculture and commerce, takes seven hours by car.

Wednesday, November 28

6 PM Doors Open
6:30 PM Screening
8:30 PM Reception

Abramson Family Auditorium
1307 L Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20005

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Dinazar Urbina Mata

Dinazar Urbina Mata

Dinazar Urbina Mata (Oaxaca) has a degree in Social Communication from the Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM-X). She studied acting and theater staging, and has taken workshops of script and storyline. She participated in the Itinerant Audiovisual Camp, in the XI International Exhibition of Women in Film and the Riviera Maya Film Festival-PeninsuLab 2015, among others. Some documentaries she produced are TAWA'AKTAJK: PARA EL ANDAR, LA VIDA EN TINTA, and LA CREME DE LA CREME. She is a fellow of FONCA 2015-2016 in the specialty of cinematographic script.