In Her Own Words: Isabel Sandoval
a talk by the Asia/Pacific/American Institute at NYU Artist-in-Residence
February 6, 2024, Tuesday
7 to 9 pm
NYU Jurow Hall & Silverstein Lounge
31 Washington Place, first floor
For her final event as the A/P/A Institute’s 2023-24 Artist-in-Residence, Isabel Sandoval presents a lecture about cultivating her sensibility and maintaining her integrity as a self-taught filmmaker. In an industry dominated by cisgender white men, Sandoval will discuss how her multiple identities as a migrant woman of color inform her understanding of the language of cinema and her approach to creative collaboration. She will also share updates on her ongoing projects Tropical Gothic and Underworld, as well as her aspirations to write a manuscript on creating a personal and sensual cinema.
COVID-19 & NYU campus access guidelines: This is an in-person event, open to the public. Registration is required. Non-NYU guests may be asked to present a government-issued photo ID. NYU guests must present their NYU ID.
Accessibility note: This venue is on the ground floor. If you have any access needs, please email email@example.com.
Image credit: Still from Lingua Franca, courtesy of the filmmaker.