Department of Foreign Languages & Philosophy

The Latin American & Iberian Film Festival

March 3rd, 17th, 24th, 31st
6pm, Sharwan Smith Theater

Sponsored by the Spanish Program at SUU and organized by Prof. Iliana Portaro.

  • March 3rd, The Mexican Suitcase (Documentary, Mexico/Spain, 2011, Dir. Trisha Ziff, Not Rated, 86 minutes). Introduced by Prof. Michelle Orihel (History)
  • March 17th, No (Drama, Chile, 2012, Dir. Pablo Larrain, Rated R for language, 118 minutes). Introduced by Prof. Alexandra Perkins (Spanish)
  • March 24th, Sins of My Father (Documentary, Argentina/Colombia, 2009, Dir. Nicolas Entel, Not Rated). Introduced by Colby Presley (Political Science/Spanish major)
  • March 31st, The German Doctor (Drama/Thriller, Argentina, 2013, Dir. Lucia Puenzo, Rated PG-13, 94 minutes). Introduced by Prof. Kyle Bishop (English)

All films are subtitled, free, and open to the public.


Practice your French or Spanish at our Language Tables.

ENCUENTROS meets every Wednesday during the regular school year at 6:30 p.m. in BC 202. Come to Encuentros, where native Spanish speakers and native English speakers help each other learn, practice, and improve their language skills!

Earn Foreign Language Credits via Testing or an Upper-level Course. Refer to the linked document for more information about your options and the process for purchasing credits. If you've had previous coursework or experience in Spanish, French, or German and would like to proceed directly to an upper level class, please follow these instructions for obtaining a prerequisite override. First, print the Registration Add/Drop form. Complete, sign, and scan the form. Next, attach the form to an email to the professor who teaches the requested class. Explain who you are and how you are qualified. If approved, the professor and Department Chair will sign and the form will be sent to the Registrar's Office for registration in the class.