Enjoy a line-up of films with an Afro-Latino point of view during this year's Latino Film Market Film Festival. Between July 6 and 10, there will be free film screenings at various uptown venues, including at Raoul Wallenberg Playground (142 Laurel Hill Terrace), Manhattan Neighborhood Network El Barrio Firehouse Community Resource Center (175 E 104th Street) and Kota Alliance (43 St. Nicholas Place). You can take your pick of about 50 films/projects from the U.S. (most from NYC creators) as well as Puerto Rico, Cuba, Spain, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, the U.K., Colombia and more. There will also be live music and visual art for its opening on July 6 and two workshops on July 9 for writers and directors. You can check out the full schedule here.