2022 CINE LATINO
Happy 10th Anniversary!
Let's Blow the Roof Off!
October 13-20, 2022
The 10th CINE LATINO lineup of films will be announced on September 22
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$100 for General Public
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Cine Latino is presented by the MSP Film Society, a dynamic 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to fostering a knowledgeable and vibrant appreciation of the art of film and its power to inform and transform individuals and communities. All sponsorships and donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Some of the Exciting Titles Coming to Cine Latino 2022:
MY IMAGINARY COUNTRY (Mi país imaginario)
Directed by Patricio Guzmán, Chile, Documentary, 2022
Guzmán turns a hopeful lens on the protests that exploded onto the streets of Chile’s capital of Santiago in 2019 as the population demanded more democracy and social equality around education, healthcare and job opportunities.
MY EMPTINESS AND I (Mi vacío y yo)
Directed by Adrián Silvestre, Spain, Fiction, 2022
Raphi is young, androgynous and naive. In Barcelona, she begins a gender transition as well as an arduous journey to find her true identity. Co-written by and starring Raphaëlle Pérez, this is the narrative follow-up to director Adrián Silvestre’s ground-breaking hybrid doc Sediments, featuring many of the same trans performers and artists.
Directed by Adrián Silvestre, Spain, Documentary, 2021
A group of six lively trans women enjoy a scenic vacation in the Spanish countryside, getting real and raw with one another, themselves and the world around them in this joyous and poignant new documentary from writer/director Adrián Silvestre.
LULLABY (Cinco Lobitos)
Directed by Alauda Ruiz De Azúa, Spain, Fiction, 2022
Stressed to her breaking point with the demands of parenthood, new mom Amaia takes up with her aging parents, uncovering long buried secrets and learning hard-won truths about what is to be a family in this rich and emotionally raw first film from Alauda Ruiz De Azua, which Pedro Almodóvar sanctioned, “The best debut in Spanish cinema in years.”
FLY SO FAR
Directed by Celina Escher, El Salvador/Switzerland, Documentary, 2021
After serving ten years behind bars for her miscarriage, considered by her government to be an act of aggravated murder, Teodora Vásquez becomes a spokesperson for the other 16 Salvadoran women behind bars for the same “crime” in this story of sorority, resilience, and solidarity.