[eltdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”” background_color=””]T[/eltdf_dropcaps]oday, at 17:00 hrs, the Casa del Mayorazgo de la Canal, Banamex Cultural Center, will host a conference by premiere actress Dolores Heredia, renowned artist who will present her experiences throughout her career and will also talk about the mission of the Mexican Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, an independent organism that turns 70 this year.
Dolores Heredia is a consolidated artist who is always listening; she has a profound social conscience. She’s a woman linked to nature and her activist attitude has her fighting to change problematic social contexts. That may be what made her adopt this no-fear attitude she carried throughout her adolescent life towards doing theater in her native La Paz and that lead her to Mexico City to become the renowned actress, producer and activist she is today.
Since October 2015 she has been the President of the Mexican Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a post she’s committed to, aware of the transcendence that implies promoting diffusion, investigation, preservation, development and the defense of the cinematic arts and sciences. With a firm posture and elegant determination, her mission for leading the spirit of the Academy grows through adversity and remains humble towards its capitalized goals.
She is our tributee Dolores Heredia, the girl who learned to make of history a guideline for the common good and of her profession a laudable career in order to trust the well-being of the national film industry and the defense of creative and labor freedoms of Mexican filmmakers.