Latin American Film Festival


Now in its 33rd year, the AFI Latin American Film Festival is one of North America's largest and longest-running showcases of Latin American cinema. With the inclusion of films from Spain and Portugal, the festival celebrates Ibero-American cultural connections during National Hispanic Heritage Month.

This year's wide-ranging selection of 41 films from 21 countries spans international festival favorites and award winners, local box-office hits and dynamic debuts from a new generation of Latin American filmmakers.

Schedule:

Special Presentation: The Shape Of Things To Come (2021) - 5:15

Special Presentation: Argentina, 1985 - 7:00

Silent Movie Day: The Spanish Dancer (1923) with live accompaniment by Andrew Simpson - 7:15 - tix $8!

Special Presentation: Chile 1976 - 9:30

Tickets:

$15 General Admission
$13 AFI Members (2-star level & higher)

$10 ticket sale day on Friday, September 9 (10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.)!

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