The 22nd Annual Latin American Film Festival continues tonight with screenings of two short films, Gringoton (Greg Berger, Mexico) and A History of Committed Cinema (Emilio Rodríguez, Nicaragua), and one full-length feature, Más Vampiros en la Habana (Juan Padrón, Cuba). The films will be shown in the Nelson Mandela Auditorium at UNC Chapel Hill’s Global Education Center beginning with Gringoton at 4 pm.
The festival, showing films about Latin America from Brazil, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Chile and the U.S.A., will continue through Nov. 20th. Locations vary (some are as far away as Greensboro), and several screenings will include director’s intros and/or discussion panels following (oohlala!). Check out the website for more information.