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Alcarràs

Spain's official submission to the 95th Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film. Having tended their Catalonian peach farm for generations, the Solé family are informed that they must vacate by the end of summer, threatening the very fabric of their family in this lyrical second feature from Carla Simón, winner of the Golden Bear Award at the 2022 Berlinale.

Thu, Oct 20 7:15 PM
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Alien Nights (Noites alienigenas)

North American Premiere

As drug gangs take over a remote Amazonian town, local youth Riva finds himself in an impossible situation, leading to a cosmic reckoning in this gritty, transcendent feature debut by writer/director Sergio de Carvalho, winner of the Best Supporting Actor (Chico Diaz), Critics’ Jury and Best Film awards at the 50th Gramado Film Festival.

Tue, Oct 18 7:15 PM
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Argentina, 1985

Cine Latino Encore Screenings Friday, October 21 through Thursday, October 27 at The Main Cinema

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Argentina's official submission to the 95th Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film. Argentina, 1985 is inspired by the true story of Julio Strassera, Luis Moreno Ocampo, and their young legal team of unlikely heroes in their David-vs-Goliath battle in which, under constant threat, they dared to prosecute Argentina’s bloodiest military dictatorship against all odds and in a race against time to bring justice to the victims of the Military Junta.

Fri, Oct 14 8:30 PM
Wed, Oct 19 7:15 PM
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Bad Axe

Director David Siev and Subject Rachel Siev Attending

Bad Axe portrays an average family trying to keep their restaurant business and mental well-being from collapsing in 2020 as a pandemic, controversial restrictions, and even Black Lives Matter come to their small Michigan town. This quintessentially American story is bound to leave you cheering and crying in equal measure. Winner, Audience Award, 2022 SXSW Film Festival.

Tue, Oct 18 7:15 PM
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Beyond the Summit

International Premiere

Taken in by a mysterious stranger after suffering a devastating injury while climbing Annapurna, mountaineer Mateo and his secretive host find themselves pushed to their physical and emotional limits in an ultimate fight for survival in this exhilarating new film from Ibon Cormenzana.

Sat, Oct 15 9:30 PM
Thu, Oct 20 7:30 PM
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Chile '76

After a life of towing the line as a bourgeois housewife in 70’s Chile, Carmen’s world is rocked when she’s asked to nurse a wounded rebel back to health, opening her up to certain danger in this tense and unforgettable thriller from director Manuela Martelli.

Sat, Oct 15 2:45 PM
Wed, Oct 19 3:00 PM
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Closing Night Party

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 • 9pm-close

Location: Jefe Urban Cocina, 219 SE Main St, Minneapolis

Celebrate the close of the 10th Cine Latino with live music and festive food and drinks.

Party is FREE with any Cine Latino Pass or Ticket.


Thu, Oct 20 9:00 PM
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Fly So Far

Director Celina Escher Attending

After serving ten years behind bars for her miscarriage, considered by her government to be an act of aggravated murder, Teodora Vásquez becomes a spokesperson for the other 16 Salvadoran women behind bars for the same “crime” in this story of sorority, resilience, and solidarity.

Sun, Oct 16 1:30 PM
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Kick Off Party

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13 • 6-10 pm

Location: La Doña Cervecería 241 Fremont Ave N, Minneapolis

LIVE MUSIC from Twin Cities Latin Band • DRINKS • FOOD • DANCING • DJ AND MORE!

Get the scoop on the new Latin American, Ibero and US Latinx films playing at the festival.

Kick off party is FREE with a CINE LATINO Pass or Ticket, or $10 Donation at the door.

Thu, Oct 13 6:00 PM
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La Civil

Actress Arcelia Ramírez Attending 10/16 Screening

When a young woman goes missing and a paid ransom fails to bring her back, single mother Cielo sets out to retrieve her daughter by any means necessary, taking her into a nightmarish world in this powerful indictment directed by Teodora Ana Mihai.

Fri, Oct 14 3:00 PM
Sun, Oct 16 6:30 PM
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Lullaby (Cinco Lobitos)

Composer Arán Calleja Attending

Stressed to her breaking point with the demands of parenthood, new mom Amaia takes up with her aging parents, uncovering long buried secrets and learning hard-won truths about what is to be a family in this rich and emotionally raw debut feature from Alauda Ruiz De Azua.

Sun, Oct 16 4:00 PM
Thu, Oct 20 5:00 PM
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Miúcha, The Voice of Bossa Nova

A lively, buoyant portrait of legendary singer/songwriter Heloïsa Buarque de Hollanda, a.k.a. Miúcha, who was taught to sing by the legendary Vinicius de Moraes, was Chico Buarque’s sister, the longtime partner of fellow legend Joao Gilberto and forever the self-made Voice of Bossa Nova.

Sat, Oct 15 5:15 PM
Tue, Oct 18 5:00 PM
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My Emptiness and I (Mi vacío y yo)

Writer and Actress Raphaëlle Pérez Attending 10/17 Screening

French millennial Raphi struggles to find love, acceptance, and her place in a world not ready for the reality of being trans in this searingly honest, emotionally raw feature from writer/director Adrián Silvestre winner of the Maguey Award at FICG 2022 and the Outfest Grand Jury Special Mention Award for Performance in an International Feature.

Mon, Oct 17 7:15 PM
Thu, Oct 20 5:15 PM
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My Imaginary Country (Mi país imaginario)

Cine Latino Encore Screenings Friday, October 21 through Thursday, October 27 at The Main Cinema

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Screens with the short film Socorro.

One day, without warning, a revolution exploded. It was the event that 80-year-old master documentarian Patricio Guzmán had been waiting for and working toward all his life: a million and a half people in the streets of Santiago. Guzmán connects Chile's complex, bloody history to contemporary revolutionary social movements and the election of a popular new president.

Wed, Oct 19 7:30 PM
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NYICFF Kid Flicks: ¡Hola Cine!

¡Hola Cine! - Celebrate Latinx culture with short films for ages 9+

Selections from the New York International Children’s Film Festival, whose annual program delivers the best Latinx stories from around the world celebrating the many Latinx cultures, histories, identities and languages.

Sat, Oct 15 1:00 PM
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Out of Sync (Tres)

When time, space and sound fall hopelessly out of sync for foley artist C, she discovers her mysterious curse might be a gift in this unique psychological thriller from Palme d’Or winner and Academy Award nominee Juanjo Gimenez.

Sat, Oct 15 7:30 PM
Wed, Oct 19 2:45 PM
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Parsley (Perejil)

A quiet night in a village bordering the Dominican Republic and Haiti becomes a violent test of survival for mother-to-be Marie in this powerful new film from writer/director José María Cabral, inspired by the little-known Parsley Massacre of 1937.

Sun, Oct 16 3:30 PM
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Passenger (Pasajero)

US Premiere

Screens before Walls Can Talk

A journey through the conflictive relationship between a man, his social environment and codes.

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Phantom Project (Proyecto Fantasma)

Following his roommate’s sudden departure, Pablo finds that a vintage sweater left behind comes attached with a certain mischievous spirit, sending the struggling actor on a colorful quest alongside fellow hustling millennials in this sly, playful comedy from writer/director Roberto Doveris.

Wed, Oct 19 5:15 PM
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The Preacher (El Rezador)

Director Tito Jara H. Attending 10/14 Screening

North American Premiere

Veteran con artist Antancio di Felice meets his match when he befriends a girl with special gifts—as well as her equally unscrupulous parents--in this sharp new thriller from writer/director Tito Jara H.

Fri, Oct 14 6:00 PM
Sun, Oct 16 6:00 PM
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The Red Tree (El árbol rojo)

When Eliécer is given charge of his half-sister following their musician father’s death, the embittered bachelor sets out to deliver the child to her mother, encountering unscrupulous bandits, kind strangers, and an unexpected ray of hope in the music he’s inherited, in this rich, gloriously heartfelt road film from writer/director Joan Gómez Endara.

Sun, Oct 16 1:15 PM
Wed, Oct 19 5:00 PM
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Sansón and Me

Filmmaker Rodrigo Reyes revisits his relationship with a young immigrant convicted of murder, creating a docudrama of the young man’s troubled life in this provocative meditation on poverty, migration, borders, incarceration, and the power and ethics of storytelling.

Sat, Oct 15 3:00 PM
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Sediments (Sedimentos)

A group of six lively trans women enjoy a scenic vacation in the Spanish countryside, getting real and raw with one another, themselves and the world around them in this joyous and poignant new documentary from writer/director Adrián Silvestre.

Mon, Oct 17 5:00 PM
Thu, Oct 20 3:15 PM
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Socorro

International Premiere

Screens before My Imaginary Country

Socorro do Burajuba is a community leader and president of the Association of Caboclos, Indigenous and Quilombolas of the Amazon. Since 2016, she has been denouncing the contamination of rivers in the quilombola community Burajuba, a region considered an environmental and social "sacrifice zone" due to the intensity and violence of mineral exploration.

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Solitude

Screens before Sublime

In the Amazon, Sol faces loneliness and neediness after the end of an abusive relationship, while in the Atacama Desert a Shadow seeks independence but slowly starts to disappear.

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Sublime

Screens with the short film Solitude.

Shy teen musician Manu finds himself pining for his lifelong best friend Felipe just as his family life buckles and music becomes his one salvation in this raw, tender coming-of-age feature, the debut film from writer/director Mariano Biasin.

Sat, Oct 15 7:00 PM
Tue, Oct 18 4:45 PM
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Walls Can Talk (Las paredes hablan)

North American Premiere

Screens with the short film Passenger.

From the cave paintings of Altamira and Lascaux to the graffiti-covered walls of Barcelona, legendary director Carlos Saura takes us on a vivid and colorful trip through humankind’s timeless desire for expression and the massive stone canvasses that make it possible.

Sat, Oct 15 5:00 PM
Thu, Oct 20 3:00 PM
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