The Latino influence on the world of film is undeniable, so every year the Denver Film Society is proud to honor the impact of these vibrant cultures with CineLatino, a four-day film festival celebrating the hottest in Latino cinema with exclusive premieres, receptions, and special events.

This year’s programming will have something for cinema lovers of all ages and interests. Documentary lovers will go on a poetic journey to the stars, share a first-person view of life on the border for young students, and experience the stories of women warriors fighting for equality in Nicaragua. Families will be treated to New York Children’s Film Festival’s special presentation ¡Viva Kid Films!, featuring animated, documentary and live action films from Mexico. Attendees will also observe the power of narrative in film ranging from the comical to the serendipitous and dramatic. Whether you are a life-long fan of film, looking for a family-friendly way to kick off the Fall, or just a curious mind seeking new stories, your ticket to CineLatino is your ticket to the Latino experience.

 

2018 Programming

With your all-access pass, you will receive one (1) ticket to all film screenings, including Opening and Closing Night, receptions, and special events. The only way to guarantee a seat for all screenings (even if they sell out) is to purchase your pass now.

Opening Night Presentation!
Thursday, September 6th, 7:00pm 

After the closing of Spain’s legendary elBulli, the restaurant’s unsung creative genius Albert Adrià, the younger brother of head chef Ferran, embarks on a herculean new endeavor-opening six completely unique restaurants in the heart of Barcelona.

Friday, September 7th, 7:00pm

¡Las Sandinistas! uncovers the extraordinary, untold story of a group of women warriors and social revolutionaries who fought in Nicaragua’s Sandinista Revolution, and who continue to lead Nicaragua’s struggle for democracy and equality today.

Friday, September 7th, 9:15pm

A young father takes his family to the perfect holiday resort, only to discover that they must share their room with another family due to a clerical error.

Saturday, September 8th, 11:00am

NYICFF is proud to offer a new Spanish-language program of animated, documentary, and live-action films full of warmth, wit, and the cultural richness of our friends and neighbors to the south: Mexico.

Saturday, September 8th, 2:00pm

This is a story about the search for the American dream on the extreme edge of the nation. For the kids of El Paso’s Bowie high, it’s a dream inspired by family, fueled by sports, and deeply complicated by the US/Mexican border

Saturday, September 8th, 4:00pm

Cielo is a cinematic reverie on the crazy beauty of the night sky, as experienced in the Atacama Desert, Chile, one of the best places on our planet to explore and contemplate its splendor.

Saturday, September 8th, 7:00pm

Mexico, 2016. In some of the world’s most dangerous cities life is not worth much. Looking into the eyes of the protagonists of violence, victims, as well as executioners, helps to understand how fear inserted itself into the subconscious of our society.

Sunday, September 9th, 2:00pm

Told with incredible and devastating intimacy, La Flor De La Vida is the fascinating story of Aldo and Gabriella.

Sunday, September 9th, 4:00pm

Chela and Chiquita, both descended from wealthy families in Asunción, Paraguay, have been together for over 30 years. But recently their financial situation has worsened and they begin selling off their inherited possessions.

Closing Night Presentation!
Sunday, September 9th, 7:00pm 
Three stories intertwine as different people deal with the challenges of living through times of crisis. An evicted mother, a banker with a conscience and a police officer who has to do his job no matter what, sing and dance in this Brechtian musical drama about the economic crisis, people’s struggle with daily life, solidarity and hope.

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