Four Chilean Movies at the 27th Chicago Latino Film Festival

April 4, 2011
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The Chilean movies Christmas, Dead Dog, My life with Carlos and The Life of Fish were chosen to participate in the 27th Chicago Latino Film Festival (CLFF) that runs from April 1 through April 14 at Instituto Cervantes, Landmark's Century Centre and University of Chicago Doc Films.

The CLFF is the largest Latino film Festival in the United States and presents more than 100 films and videos of all genres that reflect the diversity of Latino culture from Latin America, Portugal, Spain and the United States.

CLFF aims to promote Latino arts and culture by emphasizing films that portray examples of the vast diversity in Latin America and that challenge Latino stereotypes. During the majority of screenings, the audience will have the opportunity to participate in discussions with local and visiting filmmakers.

TICKETS


General Admission $11  $10 ILCC Members/Students/Seniors/Disabled

Festival Pass: (12 Admissions) $100  $80 ILCC Members/Students/Seniors/Disabled   

A complete film schedule is available at LatinoCulturalCenter.org and a daily schedule is available by calling the festival hotline, (312) 409-1757.