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Cine Latino Opening Night Film | Wednesday, October 11 at 7:30 PM

Radical is an honest, playful, and powerfully inspiring story about a teacher (Mexican actor/comedian Eugenio Derbez) who takes a radical approach with overlooked, apathetic kids to trigger their curiosity and discover the joy of learning. Winner of the Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival this year, it shines a light on the incredible potential children can manifest when an innovative teacher empowers them to think for themselves.

Wed, Oct 11 7:30 PM
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Power Alley (Levante)

Thursday, October 12 at 5:00 PM

Sneak Preview A young volleyball player discovers an unwanted pregnancy just as she's offered an international career and beginning a promising relationship with one of her teammates. In search of a solution, she becomes the target of the conservative community around her. This ignites an even more powerful force, one of solidarity and sisterhood from her teammates and coach in this luminous debut feature of writer/director Lillah Halla, winner of this year’s FIPRESCI Award at the Cannes Critics' Week.

Thu, Oct 12 5:00 PM
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La Huella: The Story of a Beach Bar/Resto (La Huella. Historia de un parador de playa)

Friday, October 13 at 5:00 PM | US Premiere

Twenty years ago, three friends in the flower of their youth met to take up a challenge: to build on the beach of a small Uruguayan village a beach restaurant like the ones that used to exist in the 50s. Pure simplicity and honesty. La Huella is much more than a restaurant on the beach, it is a small paradise, an ecosystem that is as much a way of life as it is a place for good food.

Fri, Oct 13 5:00 PM
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Saturday, October 14 at 1:30 PM | Director David Lasso and Producer Estefanía Luna Attending! | US Premiere

In 2007, two teenagers Paul and Cristian were approached by the police in a neighborhood in Quito. The next day Paul's lifeless body was found in a ravine. Brave and pertinent as ever, Guañuna directed by David Lasso, portrays the tireless struggle of a father, thousands of young people, and a wounded community to expose racism, authoritarianism, and the entrenched impunity that persists in Ecuadorian society.

Sat, Oct 14 1:30 PM
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Going Varsity in Mariachi

Saturday, October 14 at 4:00 PM | Filmmaker Daniela Quiroz Attending!

In the competitive world of high school mariachi, the musicians from the South Texas borderlands reign supreme. Under the guidance of Coach Abel Acuña, the teenage captains of Edinburg North High School’s acclaimed team must turn a shoestring budget and diverse crew of inexperienced musicians into state champions. Spurred by the beauty and resilience in the music, the musicians of this band embody the spirit, vivacity, and future of mariachi.

Sat, Oct 14 4:00 PM
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Let the Dance Begin (Empieza el baile)

Sunday, October 15 at 4:30 PM

Carlos and Margarita were the most famous and recognized tango couple of their time but when Carlos gets an urgent message that Margarita has passed, an unexpected road trip is set in motion, old resentments surface, decades-old secrets are revealed and old flames are rekindled in this heartwarming new comedy from writer/director Marina Seresesky winner of the Audience Award at the 2023 Málaga Film Festival.

Sun, Oct 15 4:30 PM
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20,000 Species of Bees (20.000 especies de abejas)

Cine Latino Closing Night Film | Sunday, October 15 at 7:30 PM

Cocó, eight years old, does not fit the expectations of the rest and does not understand why. She spends a summer in the country with their family’s widowed matriarch, where tending to the beehives leads to illuminating and deeply personal revelations. Winner of Best Performance Award for Sofía Otero at the Berlinale 2023 and Best Film at the 2023 Málaga Film Festival.

Sun, Oct 15 7:30 PM
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