Cine Latino Film Festival Bringing Hispanic Flavour to Aussie Cinemas

‘You’re Killing Me Susana’ | Image Provided

The 2017 Cine Latino Film Festival is set to showcase standout films from Central and South America to audiences around Australia.

26 Latin American films will be screening at Palace Cinemas nationally from November 14, offering those in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Hobart the opportunity to enjoy some of the best cinema from Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Uruguay, Peru and the Dominican Republic.

Among the titles on offer at the festival, which is in its second year, are:

  • You’re Killing Me Susan (Me Estás Matando Susan), the Gael García Bernal-starring festival-opening comedy about a man whose wife suddenly;
  • Inseparable (Inseparables), an Argentinian remake of French hit The Intouchables;
  • At the End of the Tunnel (Al Final Del Túnel), a suspense-thriller about a paraplegic who starts hearing noises and voices of bank robbers in his basement;
  • The Summit (La Cordillera), a political thriller starring Ricardo Darín as the Argentinean President;
  • and El Inca, a boxing biopic telling the story of great Latin American boxer Edwin “El Inca” Valero

Here are the festival dates and locations:

  • Sydney: 14 to 29 November at Palace Norton St & Palace Verona
  • Melbourne: 16 to 29 November at Palace Cinema Como and Palace Westgarth
  • Brisbane: 16 to 29 November at Palace Centro
  • Canberra: 15 to 29 November at Palace Electric
  • Adelaide: 16 to 29 November at Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas
  • Hobart: 23 to 29 November at the State Cinema

For tickets and the complete festival guide, be sure to visit cinelatinofilmfestival.com.au.

 

‘El Inca’ | Image Provided
‘At the End of the Tunnel’ | Image Provided