7th Annual Cine LatinoPrograms
Cine Latino continues our commitment to present the best in Ibero and Latin-American cinema with two brilliant films from a trio of the world’s most acclaimed directors. Films in Masters: Another Day of Life, The Cordillera of Dreams BRIGHT NEW VOICES
Each year’s Cine Latino is a gathering place for vital new voices in cinema and our 2019 slate presents a vast array of fascinating, entertaining, and probing works. Films in Bright New Voices: Carmen & Lola, La Casita Rosa, Litigante, Marighella, When They Left, Your Turn. THE ART OF LIVING
Itself a synthesis of literature, photography, athleticism, and performance (among other disciplines), cinema has always been a product of, and profoundly connected to, the world of fine arts. Films in The Art of Living: Lives with Flavor - Encounters with Mexican Gastronomy: Carlos Gaytán + Monica Patiño, The Prado Museum: A Collection of Wonders. WOMEN & FILM
Women are at the center of the stories or behind the camera as directors, cinematographers, writers, editors or producers offering personal, challenging, insightful and highly entertaining films and enjoying global acclaim from critics and festival audiences alike. Cine Latino highlights their international prominence with 14 features and shorts directed by women or present in female–centered stories. Films in Women & Film: Carmen & Lola, La Casita Rosa, Eileen Maceda - CLUES Visiones Filmmaking Workshop, The Guardian of Memory, Litigante, Lives with Flavor - Encounters with Mexican Gastronomy: Carlos Gaytan + Monica Patiño, NYICFF Viva Kid Flicks!, The Prado Museum: A Collection of Wonders, Sheccid Martinez - CLUES Visiones Filmmaking Workshop, We Are the Radical Monarchs, When They Left, Your Turn. CINE EN FAMILIA
Cine in familia is a selection of animated, documentary, and live action films full of warmth, wit, and the cultural richness of the region designed for all ages. Films in Cine en familia: Children of Maria, The Footballest, NYICFF Viva Kid Flicks, We Are the Radical Monarchs, and the short films from CLUES Visiones Filmmaking Workshop by Eileen Maceda, Sheccid Martinez, and Cristian Soriano. CINEMA WITH A CONSCIENCE
The rich and fearless Ibero and Latin American cinematic traditions have long explored the colorful and contentious histories of their various nations, shedding light onto complex political legacies while reflecting the regions’ intoxicating mix of cultures and its pressing realities. This year’s Cine Latino Focus is dedicated to “Cinema with a Conscience,” a wide-ranging selection of films that highlight social, political, environmental justice and activism. Films in Cinema with a Conscience: Another Day of Life, Carmen & Lola, Children of Maria, The Cordillera of Dreams, The Guardian of Memory, The Last Zapatistas, Forgotten Heroes, Litigante, Marighella, We Are the Radical Monarchs, When They Left, Your Turn, the short film La Casita Rosa, and the films from CLUES Visiones Filmmaking Workshop by Eileen Maceda, Sheccid Martinez, and Cristian Soriano..