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[CIFF Interview] Diego Quemada-Diez (La Jaula de Oro)

[CIFF Interview] Diego Quemada-Diez (La Jaula de Oro)

DiegoQuemadaDiez [CIFF Interview] Diego Quemada Diez (La Jaula de Oro)

[Ruby Hornet will be attending the 49th Chicago International Film Festival from 10/10 – 10/24. Be sure to follow along as we bring you coverage from the longest-running competitive international film festival in the country. You can find all of our coverage from this year’s CIFF here.]

La Jaula de Oro was one of my favorite films of this year’s Chicago International Film Festival. The story about three teenagers escaping Guatemala to achieve their dreams in America was a captivating look at the struggle many migrants face in their journey for a better life. It was recently awarded the Chicago International Film Festival’s Gold Hugo, which is given to films making their American premiere during the festival. I had the chance to meet with La Jaula de Oro‘s director Diego Quemada-Diez to discuss some questions I had about the film, the back story behind the film’s production, and his personal thoughts on American immigration policies.

Geoff Henao is a writer/kinda photographer affiliated with the Chicago collective LOD. His interests include film, punk rock, cute girls, graphic novels, video games, and the Chicago Bulls. He’s funny sometimes.

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