Cine Las Americas Film Festival Schedule

Cine Las Américas continues through Saturday with the following films. For more on the festival see last week's "Screens" section or visit www.cinelasamericas.org. @Millennium Theatre.

Thu, 4/19:

7pm: "The Flour Wars" (D: Esteban Zul; U.S., narrative, 8 min.); Piedra Verdes/Green Stones (D: Angel Flores Torres; Mexico, narrative, 80 min., U.S. premiere)

9pm: "El Camino a la Costa/The Road to the Coast" (D: Jose Sanchez; Bolivia, experimental, 3 min.); Midnight in Cuba (D: Dimitri Falk; Cuba/U.S., documentary, 60 min., 16mm)

Fri, 4/20:

7pm: "Amigos" (D: Claudio Del Valle; Chile, narrative, 21 min., 16mm); Dos Hermanos en un Lugar de la Noche/Two Brothers in a Place of the Night (D: Martín Rodríguez; Chile, narrative, 80 min., U.S. premiere

9pm: "Guapear" (D: Maja Tillman Salas; Peru/U.S./Germany, experimental, 4 min., 16mm) "Evidencia/Evidence" (D: Juan Carlos Alom; Cuba, experimental, 5 min., video); Caracas, Amor a Muerte/Caracas, Love to Death (D: Gustavo Balza; Venezuela, narrative, 80 min.)

Sat, 4/21:

7pm: "Destierro/Exile" (D: Rodrigo Bellott; Bolivia, experimental, 8 min., 16mm); Come and Take It Day (D:Jim Mendiola; U.S., narrative, 57 min., video)

9pm: "El Camino a la Costa/The Road to the Coast" (D: Jose Sanchez; Bolivia, experimental, 3 min.) The Little Prince's Rap/O Rap do Pequeno Príncipe Contra as Almas Sebosas (D: Paulo Caldas, Marcelo Luna, Fred Jordão; Brazil, documentary, 75 min.)

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