The Venezuelan American Endowment for the Arts
in collaboration with Venezuelan Film Festival (VEFFNY)
is pleased to host a screening of
Yo, Indocumentada (2013)
by Andrea Baranenko
Date: Tuesday September 1st, 2015
Doors open at 6:30pm, screening starts at 7:00pm
Location: WeWork Soho West
67 Charlton St, 2nd Fl. New York, NY 10014
Anadrea Baranenko | 2013 | 61 min
Spanish with English subtitles
General Admission: $10.00
Friends of VAEA*: free
Contact: 917 285 8232 (VAEA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Yo Indocumentada (I, Undocumented), exposes the struggles of transgender people in Venezuela. The film, Andrea Baranenko’s first feature-length production, tells the story of three Venezuelan women fighting for their right to have an identity.
Tamara Adrián, 58, is a lawyer; Desirée Pérez, 46, is a hairdresser; and Victoria González, 27, has been a visual arts student since 2009. These women share more than their nationality: they all carry identifications with masculine names that do not correspond to their actual identities. They are transgender women, who long ago assumed their gender and now defend it in a homophobic and transphobic society.
VEFFNY, founded by Irene Yibirin, the Venezuelan Film Festival in New York -VEFFNY- previously known as FesNuCive is a carefully curated film festival with the commitment to show the very best of the new Venezuelan cinema to the New York audience -a Window into Venezuela and it’s people trough the lens of the most important directors of this South American country, home of one of the most promising new industries in the region. For more information Click Here.