Sabor y Amor

Sabor y Amor unfolds in rural Vermont, where Alejandra, a Mexican migrant, discovers livelihood and community through her love for cooking. Her grandmother’s tamale recipe becomes a lifeline in harsh winters, symbolizing cultural exchange and unity. This film shines a light on migrant resilience, emphasizing the power of food in creating a sense of belonging, wherever one may be. [A part of the MNFF9 College Student Shorts Showcase 1]


Date: Wednesday, August 23
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Twilight Hall


Director: Luke Robins, Ivonne Serna
Producer: Luke Robins, Ivonne Serna


Genre: Documentary 
Length: 9 minutes
Location: United States
Language: English, Spanish