The annual Latin American Film Festival at the High Museum of Art is back. In it's 23rd year, the festival is a treat for those interested in films from the other Americas. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Uruguay are represented, according to the LAFF website.
The Festival continues, weekly, through November 15th.
Here's the line-up:
- Friday, October 1: Beyong Ipanema
- Saturday, October 2: The Wind Journeys
- Thursday, October 7: Valentin
- October 10: La Zona (The Zone)
- October 11: Partes Usadas (Used Parts)
- October 17: Matar a Todos (Kill Them All)
- October 18: A Cuban Family
- October 18: Personal Belongings
- October 24: Os 12 Trabalhos (The 12 Labors)
- October 25: El baño del Papa (The Pope's Toilet)
- October 31: Play
- November 1: Pura sangre (Young Blood)
- November 7: Quemar las naves (Burn the Bridges)
- November 8: Maldeamores (Lovesickness)
- November 14: La Antena (The Aerial)
- November 15: Tropa de Elite (Elite Squad)
Movies start at 8:00 PM. Tickets, which are $7.00 per person, are available online or at the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office. Films will be shown at the Rich Theatre. They generally include adult themes, so research the movie prior to taking the little one(s). More information is available at this link to the High's LAFF website.