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CINE LATINO RETROSPECTIVE – RODRIGO REYES

On the eve of the 500th anniversary of the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, acclaimed filmmaker Rodrigo Reyes uses magical realism and hard-hitting testimonial to survey a modern Mexico still reeling from colonialism’s blood-soaked legacy in this stunning new documentary.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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499 - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Wednesday, October 21 at 6:30pm

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Part of the first-ever retrospective of award-winning Mexican-American director, screenwriter, and producer Rodrigo Reyes. Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes 499 Director Rodrigo Reyes, Director of Cinematography Alejandro Mejía, Adela Pineda Franco, Professor of Latin American Literature and Film, Director of Latin American Studies at Boston University, and Story Strategist and Nonfiction Filmmaker Richard Ray Perez, moderated by Film Critic and Executive Director of Cinema Tropical Carlos Gutierrez.

Wed, Oct 21 6:30 PM
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Abuelos

CINE LATINO RETROSPECTIVE – RODRIGO REYES

Separated by years of immigration policy, a young girl dreams of meeting her grandmother for the first time. Thanks to the bi-national cooperation of governments on both sides of the US/Mexico border, her grandmother embarks on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to reunite with her undocumented loved ones.

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Ara Malikian. A Life Among Strings (Ara Malikian. Una vida entre las cuerdas)

A lively, energetic portrait of famed violinist Ara Malikian, from his youth as an Armenian in growing up in Lebanon to his status as a world-renowned artist deeply committed to connecting to others—and continually discovering himself--via his beloved violin, in this exuberant debut from Nata Moreno winner of the Goya Award 2020 for Best Documentary.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Cachada, The Opportunity (Cachada)

On the busy streets of one of El Salvador’s most impoverished neighborhoods, five struggling single mothers create a play rooted in shared traumas, leading to a powerful and cathartic live performance in this unforgettable debut feature from writer/director Marlén Viñayo, Audience Award winner at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Cine Latino Virtual Happy Hour

Live Cine Latino Happy Hour on Monday, October 19 at 5:00pm

Join Cine Latino for a virtual Cine Latino Happy Hour, moderated by Kaitlin Lange, where we'll chat with other film lovers about the movies we've seen during Cine Latino and make any recommendations of films to watch for the rest of the festival! Make sure to have your favorite beverage in hand and your film suggestions ready to go!

Mon, Oct 19 5:00 PM
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Defiant Souls (Insumisas)

Cine Latino Best of Fest Encores - Watch through Sunday, October 25

Defiant Souls, the new film by prominent Cuban film director Fernando Pérez in collaboration with Swiss filmmaker Laura Cazador, is based on real events and tells the story of Enriqueta Faber (played by Swiss actress Sylvie Testud), a Swiss woman who arrived in Baracoa in 1810 and became the first to practice medicine in Cuba dressed as a man. A harrowing story of a woman ahead of her time and a pioneer of women’s rights in the nineteenth century.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Ema

An incendiary portrait of a young woman who seeks liberation and desire following a tragedy that upends her family and marriage.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Free Color

Cine Latino Best of Fest Encores - Watch through Sunday, October 25

A lively, touching portrait of famed Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez as he embarks on what would become his final art project: to create and present to the world the experience of pure color as an element unto itself, separate from light and matter, above the Seine in his beloved adopted home city of Paris.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Free Color - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Friday, October 16 at 6:30pm

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Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Free Color Director Alberto Arvelo, Producer Gabriela Camejo, Editor and Composer Nascuy Linares, Co-Editor Camilo Pineda, Co-producer David G. Azoulay, Co-producer Joe Torres, Colorist Rafael Lacau, members of Carlos Cruz-Diez's family including Gabriel Cruz-Diez, Adriana Cruz-Diez, Fabiana Cruz-Diez, Mariana Cruz-Diez, and Ana Asenjo - Quantum Optics Post Doc at CalTech, instructor at Columbia University, Seamus Blackley - Physicist and C.E.O of Pacific Light and Hologram, and Spyridon Michalakis Manager of Outreach and Staff Researcher at CalTech.

Fri, Oct 16 6:30 PM
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The Good Intentions (Las buenas intenciones)

Assuming the caregiver role for her three younger siblings as well as her hard- partying father, 10 year-old Amanda finds herself having to choose between the promise of stability offered by her mother and the freedom of life with a carefree dad in this scrappy and deeply touching autobiographical first feature from Ana Garcia Blaya.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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The Good Intentions - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Tuesday, October 20 at 7:00pm

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Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes The Good Intentions Director and Writer Ana Garcia Blaya, Producers Joaquin Borchex, Juan Pablo Miller, Juana Garcia Blaya, and Actress Amanda Minujin, moderated by Cine Latino Artistic Director Hebe Tabachnik.

Tue, Oct 20 7:00 PM
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The Heist of the Century (El robo del siglo)

Cine Latino Best of Fest Encores - Watch through Sunday, October 25

A motley gang of six middle-aged men, led by an aging stoner and a master actor, pulls off the most daring bank robbery in Argentina’s history, leading to folk hero status—and an unexpected reckoning. Based on the incredible true story.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Identifying Features (Sin señas particulares)

Magdalena’s son, Jesús, left Guanajuato with a friend to cross the border into the United States, and then vanished. Thus, she begins a perilous trek through Mexico, into the worst areas plagued by violence and despair.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Identifying Features - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Saturday, October 17 at 7:30pm

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Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Identifying Features Director, Writer, Producer Fernanda Valadez and Producer Yossy Zagha, moderated by Cine Latino Artistic Director Hebe Tabachnik.

Sat, Oct 17 7:30 PM
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Lupe Under the Sun

CINE LATINO RETROSPECTIVE – RODRIGO REYES

Lupe Under the Sun is a neorealist film following an aging migrant worker living in California, who longs to return to Mexico before it is too late. Featuring a cast of nonprofessional actors, real farmworkers and authentic locations, Lupe Under the Sun tackles issues of depression, homesickness and the immigrant myth of the American Dream.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Lupe Under the Sun + Abuelos - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Sunday, October 18 at 5:30pm

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Part of the first-ever retrospective of award-winning Mexican-American director, screenwriter, and producer Rodrigo Reyes. Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Lupe Under the Sun and Abuelos Director and Writer Rodrigo Reyes, Producers Su Kim and Andrew Houchens, Lead Actor Daniel Muratalla, and Tamara Falicov, Associate Dean for Research in the Arts and Humanities, Professor of Film and Media Studies, Center of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Kansas, moderated by Cine Latino Artistic Director Hebe Tabachnik.

Sun, Oct 18 5:30 PM
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Once Upon a Time in Venezuela (Érase una vez Venezuela)

Cine Latino Best of Fest Encores - Watch through Sunday, October 25

In the tiny, impoverished Venezuelan fishing village of Congo Mirador—entirely perched on stilts yet sinking—the political turmoil of a troubled nation is played out in a quiet war between two women in this powerful new documentary from Anabel Rodríguez Ríos.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Once Upon a Time in Venezuela - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Saturday, October 17 at 1:30pm

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Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Once Upon A Time In Venezuela Director Anabel Rodriguez and Cine Latino Artistic Director Hebe Tabachnik.

Sat, Oct 17 1:30 PM
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Pablo

Filmmaker Andrés Parra follows Pablo Kalaka, a muralist born in Chile and raised in Venezuela, as he worked on a mural in Minneapolis, MN for the University of MN. A quick glance at his artistry and inspiration.

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The Painting (El Cuadro)

NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE. Your ticket includes a special recorded Q&A with Director Andrés Sanz following the film.

Writer/director Andrés Sanz playfully examines the rich mythology surrounding Diego Velasquez’ mysterious 1656 masterpiece Las Meninas, one of the most studied, debated, analyzed and scrutinized works ever created, and the never-ending war of theories, ideas--and egos- unveiling its hidden story as if it was the resolution of a perfect crime.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Purgatorio - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Saturday, October 17 at 5:30pm

Watch the recorded Q&A on Facebook

Part of the first-ever retrospective of award-winning Mexican-American director, screenwriter, and producer Rodrigo Reyes. Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Purgatorio Director Rodrigo Reyes, Producer Inti Cordera, and Cinematographer Justin Chin, moderated by Jessica Retis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Journalism, Master’s in Bilingual Journalism, Program Director at The University of Arizona.

Sat, Oct 17 5:30 PM
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Purgatorio: A Journey Into the Heart of the Border

CINE LATINO RETROSPECTIVE – RODRIGO REYES

Putting the physical presence and brutal beauty of the US/Mexico border front and center, and boldly leaving politics aside,Purgatorio re-imagines it as a mythical place comparable to purgatory as described by Dante.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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The Recipe for Balance (La receta del equilibrio)

SNEAK PREVIEW

Ricard Camarena bases his cooking on València’s orchards. His constant search for harmony between flavors has seduced critics and crossed borders. Alongside Mari Carmen Bañuls, the brains behind the restaurants, they make an unbreakable team that has overcome great adversity to reach success, endorsed by two Michelin Stars and the recent National Gastronomy Prize.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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The Recipe for Balance - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Saturday, October 17 at 3:30pm

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Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes The Recipe for Balance Director Óscar Bernàcer, moderated by Cine Latino Artistic Director Hebe Tabachnik.

Sat, Oct 17 3:30 PM
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Rosa's Wedding (La boda de Rosa)

OPENING PRESENTATION

Your ticket includes a special recorded Q&A with Director and Co-writer Icíar Bollaín following the film.

Taken for granted, taken advantage of and tired of putting out other people’s fires, middle-aged Rosa announces a surprise engagement to a mysterious suitor--much to the dismay of her family-- With an absolutely stellar cast, expert writing, and a fabulous mix of comedy, drama, and near-parody, Rosa’s Wedding is not only one of the year’s best, but a necessary viewing for everyone from acclaimed writer/director Icíar Bollaín.

Thu, Oct 15 7:00 PM
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Sancocho

While preparing a “sancocho,” traditional broth in several Latin American cuisines, a filmmaker reflects on the complexity and duality of growing up “LatinX” before the label existed.

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Sanctorum

Cine Latino Best of Fest Encores - Watch through Sunday, October 25

US Premiere. Caught between a ruthless drug cartel and a corrupt military, a small Mixe village in the mountains of Oaxaca heeds the warning signs of a world on the brink of a cataclysm—and rebirth—in this lyrically powerful new film from writer/director/DP Joshua Gil.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Sanctorum - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Friday, October 16 at 8:30pm

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Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Sanctorum Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer, and Editor Joshua Gil, Lead Actress Nereyda Pérez Vásquez, moderated by Cine Latino Artistic Director Hebe Tabachnik.

Fri, Oct 16 8:30 PM
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Say You Will

Following his release from the juvenile hall at fourteen, Jeovany “Jeo” Salgado finds out he is subject to a gang injunction – a secretive law enforcement tool that will follow him for the rest of his life. Fast forward to fourteen years later, his mother and youngest brother unveil Jeo’s chronicle and how their three lives were shaped by the enduring abuse of the criminal justice system in the United States.

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Signals (Señales)

Blanca Regalado witnessed the femicide of her sister, Susan Regalado, at the hands of her husband. Blanca recounts the horror that Susan lived with her life partner, with whom she had been married for 21 years and ended up stabbing her in her bed next to her children.

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Two Beats One Soul

Powerhouse music industry couple Ray Chew -music director for ABC’s “Dancing with The Stars”-, and Vivian Scott Chew - an innovative figure in the global music and entertainment world - assemble an all-star collection of American and Cuban musicians—from upstart rappers and DJs to veterancantadores, in this stirring, hip-shaking testament to the unifying power of music from directors Bille Woodruff and Sara Nesson.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Two Beats One Soul - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Monday, October 19 at 7:00pm

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Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Two Beats One SoulDirector Bille Woodruff, Producer Vivian Scott Chew, Co-Executive Producer Antonio Martinez, and Musicians Jon B and Louie Vega for a special Cine Latino edition of "We The People: Required Watching," moderated by MSP Film Society Programmer Craig Rice

Mon, Oct 19 7:00 PM
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Valentina

Cine Latino Best of Fest Encores - Watch through Sunday, October 25

When trans teen Valentina moves from the city to a small, conservative town, the community quickly sets up roadblocks to her happiness, forcing the shy teen to stand her ground in this tender, finely drawn debut from writer/director Cássio Pereira dos Santos featuring the actress and Youtuber celebrity Thiessa Woinbackk, winner of this year's OUTFEST jury award for Best Performance.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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Valentina - Live Q&A

Live Q&A on Sunday, October 18 at 2:00pm

Watch the recorded Q&A on Facebook

Join Cine Latino in a LIVE ZOOM conversation that includes Valentina Director and Writer Cássio Pereira dos Santos, Producer Erika Pereira dos Santos, Lead Actress Thiessa Woinbackk, and local Multi-disciplinary Artist Xochi De la Luna, moderated by Film Critic David Ansen.

Sun, Oct 18 2:00 PM
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Viva el Vedado (Viva el Vedado)

Viva El Vedado presents the history of the Havana neighborhood of El Vedado from the last quarter of the 19th century through the Cuban Revolution and highlights its varied and outstanding architecture. Known as a cultural center of Havana, Vedado is particularly notable for its unique collection of Cuban architecture of the 20th century.

Fri, Oct 16 12:00 AM
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