Now in its 18th year, this annual festival showcases films from Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean and Iberia. It's five days of premieres, parties, and an opportunity to see films that rarely screen on these shores. A film pass will set you back $100, and individual screenings range from $10-15, but there are free screenings at both St. Edwards and the MACC. For the complete schedule, go to www.cinelasamericas.org
. For a preview of the festival, see "Filmmaking Sin Fronteras
," April 17.