Spanish instructor Carmenmara Hernadez Bravo who is hosting the showing of “Camino” has been a part of the Saddleback College International Film Festival for the last 3 years. (Sean Lara/Lariat Staff)
Saddleback is hosting its own an International Film Festival.
The event will be showing Spanish Goya Award winning film, “Camino”, which depicts the true story of a terminally ill girl’s death and her influence with the conservative Opus Dei sect of the Catholic Church.
“Camino” walked away from the 2009 Spanish Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Goya Awards with honors in best film, director, original screenplay, lead actress (Carme Elias) and supporting actress (Nerea Camacho).
This film can be seen on Friday, Sept. 25, at 7p.m. in Room SSC 212.