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Chicago Latino Film Festival 

Event Details

WHEN:
Friday, April 13th to Thursday, April 26th
WHERE:
Landmark Century Theatre
2828 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657
Venue Website

HOOD:
Near North Side
COST:
$11-$100
AGE:
All ages
Chicago Latino Film Festival

Event Description

The Latino Film Festival is one of Chicago’s biggest and most diverse international events. The Festival is a jewel for the City of Chicago, and has contributed greatly to its positioning as a world-class city. Over the years, we have hosted more than 2,000 filmmakers and journalists. They have experienced the cultural scene and life of Chicago, and we have appointed them as ambassadors of Chicago to their respective homeland.

Opening night is April 13 and will feature a film screening of Year of Grace (Año de Gracia) at 6pm followed by a reception at 8:30pm. You can RSVP here.

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Chicago Latino Film Festival

WHERE:
Landmark Century Theatre
2828 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657
tickets.landmarktheatres.com/Landmark.aspx?Theat

HOOD:
Near North Side
DIRECTIONS:






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