#FICUNAM7: Our Short Films at UNAM’s Film Festival


As the years have passed and we’ve worked endlessly to spread the untold stories of artisanal communities from all around Mexico, we have archived and produced great visual content that we love sharing with you.

This year, we have partnered with FICUNAM – one of the most important Film Festivals in Latin America, organized by UNAM, to add some of those stories to the incredibly talented films that will be screened throughout the Festival.

If you have made plans to go, you’ll see the giftbags we’ve created as well – with an illustration from our Fall Winter 2014 Collection inspired in Juan O’Gorman’s mural, coincidently located at the University’s Central Library.

Make some time to go see some great films, and share with us what you think! All the details below:

  • Special outdoors screening of “La Caja de Pandora” at the esplanade of the University Contemporary Art Museum (MUAC), Saturday February 25th at 8:00PM
  • “Austerlitz” screening, Saturday February 25th at 6:00pm at Carlos Monsiváis Hall.
  • “Elon no cree en la muerte” screening, Tuesday February 28th at 6:00pm at the Julio Bracho Hall.
  • “A girl fashion; Carla Fernández at Museo Jumex; La trama y la urdimbre; TheFlowers, The Spirits and The Instants; and San Juan Chamula” screening at the hall of the University Cultural Centre (CCU) during the entire Festival.

To learn more about the events and full program of the Festival, visit their official website here.