Chicago Latino Film Festival
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In its 36th year, the venerable Latino Film Fest—originally scheduled for in-person screenings in April—will go virtual, offering a selection of 43 features and 38 shorts by filmmakers hailing from Latin America, Spain, Portugal and the U.S. Just like at the live version of the festival, viewers will be able to watch features paired with thematically similar shorts; this time, though, films will be shown via the screening platform Eventive. Highlight's from this year's programming include Chilean director Pablo Larraín's reggaetón-studded family drama Ema and Mars Volta founder Omar Rodríguez-López's horror film Amalia. For a full schedule of screenings, check out the festival's website.