Filadelfia Latin American Film Festival
A 17-year-old wheelbarrow delivery boy is offered a chance earn a quick $100. But what sounds like an easy job soon gets complicated... Read More
Violeta Went to Heaven
The extraordinary story of the iconic poet, musician and folksinger Violeta Parra, whose songs have become hymns for Chileans and Latin Americans alike. Read More
"Paal" tells the story of Memo, a Mayan child, whose biggest dream is to tell the stories of his people. Read More
A short documentary about women in San Diego who "flipped the script" on lowrider culture. Read More
Filadelfia Latin American Film Festival opens its second year with Sundance winner Violeta Went to Heaven and closes with América, staring award-winning actress Yraeli Arizmendi.
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About FLAFF 2013
International House Philadelphia (3701 Chestnut Street)
Gershman Y (401 South Broad Street).
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Welcome to the Second Annual Filadelfia Latin American Film Festival, the first and only Annual Film Festival in the region to focus exclusively on the exhibition of Latin American and Latino film and media artists. This year, we are very excited to present a range of premieres, hard-hitting documentaries, shorts and digital media, from diverse cultures and geography, providing an array of perspectives from and about Latin America and the U.S. Read More
The Filadelfia Latin American Film Festival showcases the extraordinary and innovative work of Latin American and Latino filmmakers. This is the first Annual Film Festival in the region to focus exclusively on the exhibition of Latin American and Latino film and media artists.