Image credit: Insurrección (still). Directed by Adriana Trujillo, 2018.
Insurrección, directed by Adriana Trujillo, follows the utopic obsession of a group of anarchists determined to liberate the Baja California Peninsula in 1911. Trujillo will present clips and stills from the film, which currently remains in post-production. A Q&A will follow the presentation. Moderated by Diego Flores Magón, writer and great-grandson of Mexican Revolution intellectual Enrique Flores Magón.
About the Filmmaker:
Adriana Trujillo is a filmmaker whose artistic practice crosses the boundaries between ethnographic and experimental films. Holding a Masters degree in Creative Documentary from the Barcelona Autonomous University, she has also received grants and awards from the National Program for Young Artists, Mexican Institute of Cinematography and The National Experimental Video Fest. Her work has been shown in festivals, galleries, and institutions in Mexico, the United States, Spain, Chile, Argentina, China, Australia, and India. Adriana is the editor of the book Bordocs and Frontiers: Documentary Film in the North of Mexico (2013).
This program is organized in conjunction with Regeneración: Three Generations of Revolutionary Ideology. The exhibition is on view at the Vincent Price Art Museum from September 29, 2018 to February 16, 2019.