The Harvard Film Archive is pleased to host the Cambridge Latino Film Festival (CLFF), which focuses on alternative films with social content from Latin America and films dealing with Latino issues in the United States. The festival uses the magic of cinema to transport its audiences on a journey to other places, through the eyes of other lives. Offering viewers information about various Latino subcultures, the films break through stereotypes to strengthen intercultural relations between the Latino community and other ethnic and cultural groups. The festival hopes to provide an outlet for new Latino producers and directors who are often underrepresented in commercial festivals, to provide access for Cambridge and surrounding communities to films that portray Latino and Latin American communities, and contribute to the multicultural environment of the city of Cambridge.
On Friday, the Festival begins with a 9pm screening. On Saturday and Sunday, screenings begin at 2pm.
For schedule information, please visit www.cambridgelatinofilmfestival.org.
The festival is co-presented by the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University, the Media Center at MIT, and the Cambridge Public Library.