Full Line-Up Announced for the 22nd London Latin American Film Festival

Full Line-Up Announced for the 22nd London Latin American Film Festival

2012 looks to be a strong year for the always-excellent London Latin American Film Festival with a wide-range of feature films, documentaries and shorts bringing Latin America to life. Included in this year’s programme are the hotly-tipped Uruguayan flick Reus, the Patagonia-set Not So Modern Times (Argentina/Chile) and Uomo, a new Argentine film depicting the strange but fulfilling relationship that grows between a married lawyer and a transvestite prostitute.

As well as a plethora of films from Mexico, Cuba and Central America there is a really strong selection of Latin American documentaries with Cocaine Unwrapped (UK/Bolivia/Colombia), Daughter (Chile) and Behind The Hills (Colombia/France) all highly recommended by ourselves.

You can find full details of the festival at latinamericanfilmfestival.com

Full line-up of films with dates and venues is below:

Wednesday 14th November

7.30pm
Festival Launch Party + Jaçanã and Adoniran (20 mins)
WHERE: Made in Brasil, 12 Inverness Street, Camden Town, NW1 7HJ

Friday 16th November, 7.30pm

7.30pm
Movimientos Presents… And the River Flows On/Y el Rio Sigue Corriendo (70 mins)

Saturday 17th November

5pm
Behind The Hills (42 mins) + With Fidel Whatever Happens (47 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

7.30pm
Siesta (12 mins) + Reus (90 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

Sunday 18th November

5pm
Jaçanã and Adoniran (20 mins) + Smuggled (80 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

7.30pm
The Other Side (14 mins) + UOMO (84 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

Monday 19th November

7.30pm
Aulas (9 mins) + In The City of Fury (93 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

Tuesday 20th November

7.30pm
The Homework (15 mins) + The Other Side (90 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

Wednesday 21st November

7.30pm
The Cable (12 mins) + Not So Modern Times (95 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

7.30pm
Solar 11 (5 mins) + Inside the Solar (5 mins) + Marina (95 mins)
WHERE: YAA centre

Thursday 22nd November

7.30pm
My Name is Haiti (28 mins) + Daughter (85 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

Friday 23rd November

5pm
Grandmother Mambo / Abuela Mambo (82 mins)
WHERE: University College London / Institute of the Americas

7.30pm
Camilo (15 mins) + To Dance Like a Man: Triplets in Havana (58 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

Saturday 24th November

5pm
Telenovela: Colombia’s Daily Fix (5 mins) + The People’s Lawyer (8 mins) + Dreaming Nicaragua (58 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

7.30pm
La Mirada Perdida (11 mins) + Cocaine Unwrapped (83 mins)
WHERE: Bolivar Hall

Sunday 25th November

5.30pm
Garifuna in Peril (100 mins) + Garifuna music players (TBC)
WHERE: YAA centre

8-11pm
Closing Night
WHERE: Café 1001, 1 Dray Walk, 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL

WHEN: -
London