<i>The Devil Never Sleeps (El Diablo nunca duerme)</i>. 1996. Directed by Lourdes Portillo
  • Sometimes My Feet Go Numb

    1997. Lourdes Portillo. 5 min.

  • El Diablo nunca duerme

    1996. Lourdes Portillo. 82 min.

Followed by a discussion with Portillo and Natalia Almada

Saturday, June 23, 2012, 7:30 p.m.

Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1

  • Sometimes My Feet Go Numb

    1997. Directed by Lourdes Portillo. Men and women undergoing drug treatment for HIV speak out for quality medical care. African American poet Wayne Corbitt eloquently expresses his experience of the disease. 5 min.

  • El Diablo nunca duerme

    1996. Directed by Lourdes Portillo. Portillo’s tio, Oscar Ruiz Almeida, was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head in Chihuahua, Mexico. His widow declared his death a suicide, but his family suspected murder. Portillo follows the mystery in the form of a telenovela to capture the nuances of Mexican social and family order in this personal investigation of her uncle’s death. Recently remastered. In Spanish, English; English subtitles. 82 min.

In the Film exhibition Lourdes Portillo: La Cineasta Inquisitiva

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