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Camila Sosa Villada in conversation with Claudia Ivonne Hernández

Querétaro 2020, 

The Argentinean writer and actress Camila Sosa Villada starred in the Jean Cocteau work Le bel indifférent, and played Ale in the film Mía, both directed by Javier Van De Couter. She is the author of the poetry book La novia de Sandro (2015), the autobiographical essay El viaje inútil (2018) and the novel Las malas (2020), a story that starts when, one night, Camila Sosa Villada discovers the world of transvestites in the Sarmiento Park in Cordoba, Argentina. A testimony to the fear and liberation of a journey that is subversive, marginal and emancipatory all at once. She will talk to Claudia Ivonne Hernández.