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Arzak Since 1897

A loving and delectable portrait of Juan Mari Arzak, famed architect of New Basque Cuisine, from his humble origins in his mother’s kitchen to the pinnacle of international influence and stardom and beyond, directed by Asier Altuna Iza.

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The Best Families (Las mejores familias)

In Theater: Sat, Oct 9 at 7:15pm + Tue, Oct 12 at 5:00pm. Two sets of women from opposite sides of the tracks--one a pair of bourgeoisie frenemies, the other two sisters who work as their housekeepers, come face-to-face with the long-buried secret that connects them in this stinging and uproarious satire from writer/director Javier Fuentes León.

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Brouwer: The Origin of the Shadow (Brouwer: el origen de la sombra)

An immersive documentary into the life and creative process of Leo Bruwer’s, the outstanding Cuban and world-renowned composer. A die-hard iconoclast, he defies us to question art, Cuba, and even the purpose of a documentary about him.

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A Bruddah’s Mind (Cabeça de nego)

In Theater: Mon, Oct 11 at 5:00pm. As a member of his school’s Student Council, Saulo is on a mission to promote changes in his school and neighborhood. During a classroom quarrel, Saulo reacts to a racial insult from a classmate and is expelled. Outraged, he refuses to leave the school until justice is done.

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The Cover (El cover)

In Theater: Sat, Oct 9 at 9:30pm + Thu, Oct 14 at 7:30pm. Frustrated with life as a working musician in a seaside Spanish town, singer/guitarist Dani meets Adele impersonator Sandra who challenges him to face his paralyzing fear of failure in this joyous, refreshingly original new musical from writer/director Secun de la Rosa.

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El planeta

In Theater: Sun, Oct 10 at 7:30pm. Amidst post-crisis Spain, a mother and daughter bluff and grift to keep up the lifestyle they think they deserve. Amalia Ulman makes her feature film directorial debut and stars opposite her real mother in this playful and insightful tale of a family on the edge.

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Finlandia (Finlandia las Muxes)

US Premiere | Special Guests & Live Discussion

In Theater: Sat, Oct 9 at 3:30pm. When a Spanish fashion designer arrives in Oaxaca in order to steal clothing traditions for the European market, she quickly falls in with the colorful two-spirited Muxe community, leading to a powerful reckoning in this emotionally rich, visually stunning tapestry from writer/director Horacio Alcala.

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Liborio

In Theater: Mon, Oct 11 at 7:30pm. Liborio is a peasant turned prophet who says he’s been given a mission: to bring the good and take away the evil, curing the sick and teaching by example. Liborio explores the community and mythology of a true-life character forced to reckon with outside forces.

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Nahuel and the Magic Book (Nahuel y el libro mágico)

In Theater: Sat, Oct 9 at 1:00pm. Nahuel finds a powerful book that both gives him bravery and is coveted by a wicked sorcerer, setting him on an adventure where he must summon his own courage and face the forces of evil in this beautiful anime-styled feature from director Germán Acuña. Ages 8+

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The Other Tom (El otro Tom)

In Theater: Thu, Oct 14 at 5:00pm. Scratching out a living in a south Texas trailer park, working-class single mom Elena must find a way to treat her son with ADHD while protecting them both from a callous, profit-driven social services industry in this powerful new tale of resilience and hope.

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Son of Monarchs (Hijo de Monarcas)

In Theater: Sun, Oct 10 at 5:00pm. Once a child awed by the majesty of the monarch butterfly, NYC entomologist Mendel is called back to his Michoacan village where he must confront his traumatic past and his own connection to the natural world in this lyrical ode metamorphosis and migration.

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Songs that Flood the River (Cantos que inundan el río)

In Theater: Sun, Oct 10 at 2:45pm. Oneida sings alabados, traditional funeral chants sung by Afro-Colombians on the Pacific coast to bid farewell to the dead as they return to the realm of souls. Mesmerizing and hypnotic director Germán Arango, weaves a melodious tale marking the scars of Colombia’s misfortune, to realize a healed future.

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Viva Kid Flicks

In Theater: Sun, Oct 10 at 1:00pm. Viva Kid Flicks celebrates the best Spanish-language short films from around the globe. The seven brilliant tales, with a range of kids’ perspectives, speak volumes in any tongue. Ages 8+

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