2011 Festival

Oour 2011 festival opened on 7 April at Celebration! Cinema before moving to Wealthy Theatre on 8 April.  We screened six films and had a riveting discussion with screenwriter Oscar Torres.  Thanks to all of you who came out to the festival.  We hope you will join us next year.

All our films are free and open to the public!

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This year’s lineup:

Still from El Estudiante

El Estudiante (The Student)

Mexico, 2009. Directed by Roberto Girault.

Thursday. 6 pm and 8 pm. Celebration! Cinema Rivertown.  Admission: FREE. Not rated– suitable for all audiences.


Still from MaldeamoresMaldeamores (Lovesickness)

Puerto Rico, 2007. Directed by Carlitos Ruiz Ruiz and Mariem Perez Riera.

Friday. 5 pm. Wealthy Theatre. Free admission. Rated R.

Still from Innocent Voices

Voces Inocentes (Innocent Voices)

El Salvador/ Mexico, 2004. Directed by Luis Mendoki.  Written by Oscar Torres.

Friday. 7 pm. Wealthy Theatre. Free admission. Rated R.


still from Contracoriente

Contracoriente (Undertow)

Peru, 2007. Directed and written by Javier Fuentes-León.

Saturday. 2 pm. Wealthy Theatre. Free admission. Not rated– viewer discretion advised.

Still from Sangre de mi sangreSangre de mi Sangre (Blood of my blood)

Argentina/USA, 2007. Directed and written by Christopher Zalla.

Saturday. 4:30 pm. Wealthy Theatre. Free admission. Not rated– viewer discretion advised.


Screenshot from "The Secret in Their Eyes"

El Secreto de sus ojos (The Secret in Their Eyes)

Argentina, 2010. Directed by Juan José Campanella.

Saturday. 7:30 pm. Wealthy Theatre. Free admission. Rated R.

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