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Chicago Latino Film Festival

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The Cow who Sang a Song into the Future
Photograph: Courtesy Chicago Latino Film Festival

Time Out says

The Chicago Latino Film Fest returns for its 38th year in a hybrid format, showing films from Latin America, Spain, Portugal and the United States via in-person and drive-in screenings (at Landmark Century Center and ChiTown Movies respectively) as well as virtually. This year's programming lineup includes highlights like a late-night screening of Bolivian director Rodrigo Bellot's horror film Blood-Red Ox as well as the Midwest premiere of Chilean director Francisca Alegría’s feature debut The Cow who Sang a Song into the Future, which will serve as the festival's closer. For a complete schedule of screenings, check out the Chicago Latino Film Festival website.


$14 per film; $100 for a 10-film pass
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