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Eco-cine: Not my Life:

Fecha del Evento: Martes, 5 de Febrero de 2013
Hora del Evento: 10:30 a.m.

¿Sabias que la esclavitud sigue existiendo hoy dia?

Enero fue el mes de Crear Conciencia acerca de Trata Humana y Esclavitud.

 

*A movie about Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.

Watch Trailer :  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBlifdh911A 

Review:   http://nyatn.wordpress.com/2011/11/09/film-review-not-my-life-by-florrie-burke/

DesscriptionAfter a car accident, a woman with a seemingly perfect life begins to have visions that suggest she is not who she thinks she is. 

Co-Auspicia UNICEF UPRM http://unicef.uprm.edu/

Número de participantes: 35

Lugar del evento: SH 205

Dirección: RUM, Mayagüez, PR

¿Quiénes pueden participar? Personal y Estudiantes con ID

Propósito del evento: Campus Verde, the General Library, and Filmoteca of UPRM are proud to announce a new series of films that students can see every Tuesday at 10:30 am. The idea is for you to be able to “become informed while relaxing.”

URL: http://www.facebook.com/events/416107855119263/416109528452429/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity

Dueño del equipo: Campus Verde, UPRM General Library, UPRM Filmoteca or professors

Relevo de responsabilidad:

Disclaimer: We hope that you will learn from each film, but we also encourage you to seek out a balanced source of information. For instance, many of the films are NOT balanced; some in fact may be inflammatory. So use your discretion and note when exaggerated strong negative adjectives or phrases are used in the films to promote fear, such usages as “disaster”,  “slaughterers”, “baby killers”, “dumb”, ”stupid”, ”tragedy”, ”catastrophe”, or “we are making a terrible mistake in our policies”. While you may agree with some of the negative language, most documented films with reliable sources use MODERATED adjectives. Also, most trustworthy films suggest information and solutions on how the human species can deal with our current and future problems, such as running out of resources and destroying valuable habitat.

Our policy is to use the Internet Movie Database (www.imdb.com) whenever possible. IMDB uses ratings generated from citizens around the world. If you wish, you can register at IMDB and cast your vote. To help with your scheduling, we also will try to post the runtime for each film, and to provide you with some additional information (year, tagline/plot 

Fotos del evento:



Movie Poster by Maria Isabel McCormack



Regístrarse en este evento: (usando cuenta del portal colegial)
Eco CineEco Cine
campusverde@uprm.edu
(787) 832-4040 x2444
SH 205 RUM
Espacios: 33
Estatus: Disponible