2018 Cine Latino

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    November 12 - 15 | Missed the initial Cine Latino screenings? Not to worry - there are additional showtimes of some festival favorites into this week!

Returning for a sixth year, this November 8-11, 2018, MSP Film Society’s Executive Director Susan Smoluchowski, Artistic Director Cine Latino Hebe Tabachnik, and 2018 Cine Latino co-chairs Roma Calatayud Stocks and Senator Patricia Torres Ray, are proud to announce this year's Cine Latino, among the key showcases of Ibero and Latin American cinema in the United States.

This year, all screenings and events will take place at the Film Society’s hub, the St. Anthony Main Theatre in Minneapolis MN. The full 2018 Cine Latino schedule will be posted and all tickets will be available for purchase on Thursday, October 18th. Tickets to the Opening Night Film, Alfonso Cuarón's ROMA, will be available for pre-purchase to members only from 11am on Tuesday, October 16th.

Cine Latino is presented by the MSP Film Society, Minnesota’s leading non-profit exhibitor of international independent cinema. Our mission is to foster a knowledgeable and vibrant appreciation of the art of film from around the globe and its power to inform and transform individuals and communities.

2018 CINE LATINO LINEUP

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Roma
Director: Alfonso Cuarón
Mexico, USA | Fiction

2018 Cine Latino Opening Night Film. The most personal project to date from Academy Award®-winning director and writer Alfonso Cuarón, Roma follows Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio), a young domestic worker for a family in the middle-class neighborhood of Roma in Mexico City.

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Birds of Passage
Pájaros de verano
Director: Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra
Colombia, Denmark, Mexico, France | Fiction

The origins of the Colombian drug trade, through the epic story of an indigenous Wayuu family that becomes involved in the booming business of selling marijuana to American youth in the 1970s. Colombia’s official entry to the 91st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

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Black Hole
Agujero negro
Director: Diego Araujo
Ecuador, Dominican Republic | Fiction

Director/Writer Diego Araujo attending! The life of 30-year-old Víctor takes an unexpected turn when his girlfriend Marcela announces her pregnancy. Instead of taking responsibility and assuming his role as a soon-to-be-father, Víctor spirals into a second adolescence when he meets Valentina, the bright but defiant 16-year-old girl who lives next door.

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The Chambermaid
La camarista
Director: Lila Avilés
Mexico | Fiction

Lead actress Gabriela Cartol attending! Eve is a young maid working in one of the most luxurious hotels in Mexico City, an exclusive glass tower inhabited by guests so wealthy she can only imagine their lives through intimate fantasies of the belongings they’ve left behind.

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Champions
Campeones
Director: Javier Fesser
Spain | Fiction

Acted by a crew of intellectually disabled actors that will steal your heart, writer/director Javier Fesser’s Champions is not just Spain’s newest box office smash, but a rollicking and unforgettable reminder that none of us is truly “normal.” Spain’s official entry to the 91st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

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Everybody Knows
Todos lo saben
Director: Asghar Farhadi
Spain | Fiction

Laura and her children travel from Buenos Aires to the village where she was born, on a Spanish vineyard, to attend her sister’s wedding, but unexpected events lead this gathering toward a crisis that exposes the family’s hidden past. Starring Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem, and Ricardo Darín.

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The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia
El viaje extraordinario de Celeste García
Director: Arturo Infante
Cuba | Fiction

Celeste Garciá, a 60-year-old former schoolteacher and current guide at the Havana Planetarium, is looking for a life change. When a group of aliens land in Cuba offering earthlings a chance to visit their planet, Celeste signs up for the journey hoping for a better and more fulfilling life.

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Giant
Handia
Director: Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño
Spain | Fiction

Home from war, Basque farmer Martin discovers his brother Joaquin has grown to an enormous size, driving the ambitious elder brother to exploit his brother’s condition and into a reckoning with his own soul in this unforgettable new film from the creators of Spanish Academy Award submission Loreak. Winner of 10 Goya Awards.

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The Heiresses
Las herederas
Director: Marcelo Martinessi
Paraguay | Fiction

A daughter of Paraguay’s fading aristocracy who’s on the cusp of financial ruin, introvert Chela finds work as an ad hoc chauffer, leading to an encounter with earthy, sexually adventurous Angy-and an unexpected late-in-life coming of age-in this sly and funny debut feature from writer/director Marcelo Martinessi. Paraguay’s official entry to the 91st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

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Home + Away
Director: Matt Ogens
USA | Documentary

Director Matt Ogens attending! Following the search for the American dream on the extreme edge of the nation, Home + Away explores the lives of student athletes at El Paso’s Bowie High School, with dreams inspired by family, fueled by sports, and deeply complicated by the US/Mexican border – the fault-line between two worlds.

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The Last Suit
El último traje
Director: Pablo Solarz
Argentina | Fiction

Facing the waning years of a rich life, cantankerous Abraham finds himself ditching his Buenos Aires-based family and en route to Europe in order to payoff a secret debt, encountering a colorful band of cohorts and fellow wanderers, as well as discovering the man he truly is, in this lively and touching new film from Pablo Solarz. Screening with Persecuta by Martin and Facundo Lombard

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Miriam Lies
Miriam miente
Director: Natalia Cabral, Oriol Estrada
Dominican Republic, Spain | Fiction

A quiet middle class world of good intentions begins to crumble when fourteen-year-old Miriam meets her internet boyfriend. While her family and friends prepare for her a traditional fifteen birthday party, Miriam doesn’t know how to explain that her boyfriend is black.

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Ruben Blades Is Not My Name
Yo no me llamo Rubén Blades
Director: Abner Benaim
Panama, Argentina, Colombia | Documentary

An energizing and intimate look at the life and legacy of musician/actor/politician Ruben Blades as he begins a new chapter in his life, reflects on his triumphs, failures and surprises-and a fearless love of others that has fueled a legendary career. Panama’s official entry to the 91st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film. Screening with Máxima: This Land of Mine by Mariel Sosa

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¡Viva Kid Flicks!
Director: Various
Mexico | Shorts Program

The Film Society and the New York International Children’s Film Festival present a new Spanish-language program of animated, documentary, and live action films full of warmth, wit, and the cultural richness of our friends and neighbors to the south: Mexico.

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.



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