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The 13th annual Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America premieres films reflecting the vibrant and innovative cinema scene thriving throughout Latin America. Audience members can interact with an array of internationally acclaimed filmmakers attending the festival to present and discuss their films at Q&A sessions, including a special “Meet the Filmmakers” brunch on Saturday, April 28.

Films will include: Colombian revenge drama, Killing Jesus, and comedy-drama, Bad Lucky Goat; Cuban drama, Sergio and Sergei; Mexican thriller, The Night Watchman; the Dominican Republican prison romance, Woodpeckers; and Argentinan historical drama from Lucrecia Martel, Zama.

The 13th annual Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America premieres films reflecting the vibrant and innovative cinema scene thriving throughout Latin America. Audience members can interact with an array of internationally acclaimed filmmakers attending the festival to present and discuss their films at Q&A sessions, including a special “Meet the Filmmakers” brunch on Saturday, April 28.

Films will include: Colombian revenge drama, Killing Jesus, and comedy-drama, Bad Lucky Goat; Cuban drama, Sergio and Sergei; Mexican thriller, The Night Watchman; the Dominican Republican prison romance, Woodpeckers; and Argentinan historical drama from Lucrecia Martel, Zama.

The 13th annual Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America premieres films reflecting the vibrant and innovative cinema scene thriving throughout Latin America. Audience members can interact with an array of internationally acclaimed filmmakers attending the festival to present and discuss their films at Q&A sessions, including a special “Meet the Filmmakers” brunch on Saturday, April 28.

Films will include: Colombian revenge drama, Killing Jesus, and comedy-drama, Bad Lucky Goat; Cuban drama, Sergio and Sergei; Mexican thriller, The Night Watchman; the Dominican Republican prison romance, Woodpeckers; and Argentinan historical drama from Lucrecia Martel, Zama.

WHEN

WHERE

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
https://www.mfah.org/calendar/series/latin-wave/

TICKET INFO

$8-$10
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