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Australia’s largest festival of Latin American cinema

WeekendNotes members have the chance to WIN 1 of 25 in-season double passes to the CINE LATINO FILM FESTIVAL presented by Palace Cinemas.

CINE LATINO, Australia's largest festival of Latin American cinema, is thrilled to return for its second year with screenings at Palace Cinemas across November 2017.

Screening in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide - as well as adding Hobart to its 2017 itinerary - CINE LATINO will showcase the best films from Central and South America, including new works from the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Peru, Brazil and Uruguay.

GABRIEL AND THE MOUNTAIN

In a taste of what's to come, CINE LATINO is excited to announce five films as part of its 2017 program.

Following its history-making screening at Sundance is the Dominican Republic's WOODPECKERS (CARPINTEROS), directed by José María Cabral. Blending documentary and fiction, the film is set in corresponding male and female prisons where inhabitants use a special sign language called 'woodpecking' to forge connections.

Peruvian film CRAZY IN LOVE (LOCOS DE AMOR), from director Frank Pérez-Garland, embraces an energetic musical format to tell the stories of several couples living in the country's capital, Lima. Equally charming and sincere, the film is performed to a brilliant soundtrack of Latin American hit songs from yesteryear.

Iván Gaona's GUILTY MEN (PARIENTE), Colombia's nail-biting entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, is the story of a trucker/DJ engaging in a dangerous game with Santander's paramilitaries, as he attempts to reunite with a former flame.

Winner of two major prizes at Cannes 2017, and based on true events, Brazilian writer/director Fellipe Barbosa's spectacular GABRIEL AND THE MOUNTAIN (GABRIEL E A MONTANHA) is a moving and richly-layered road movie; a re-creation of a journey through Kilimanjaro, Kenya, Malawi and Zambia, as through the eyes of the eponymous traveller.

Manane Rodriguez (The Lost Steps) directs BREADCRUMBS (MIGAS DE PAN), a film centered around the Uruguayan dictatorship of the 70s and 80s and its impact on a young woman after she is captured by the military. The film stars award-winning Argentine actor Cecilia Roth.

GABRIEL AND THE MOUNTAIN

The festival is curated by a Latin American and international film committee including Festival Spokesperson Gina Rubiano (Colombian), National Festival Manager Paulette Arvizu (Mexican), Production Manager Laura Emerick (Panamanian) and Curator of the Hola Mexico Film Festival section Samuel Douek (Mexican).

CINE LATINO screens exclusively at Palace Cinemas in these cities:

  • Sydney: 14 to 26 November

  • Melbourne: 16 to 26 November

  • Brisbane: 16 to 26 November

  • Canberra: 15 to 26 November

  • Adelaide: 16 to 26 November

  • Hobart: 23 to 29 November

    To go into the draw to win 1 of 25 double passes, all you have to do is send an email titled 'CINE LATINO FILM FESTIVAL' to competitions@weekendnotes.com and let us know in 25 words or less what you want to see at this year's festival. Please make sure to include your full name and mailing address so we can send you your prize!

    25 lucky winners will be drawn on November 8, 2017.

    For more about the CINE LATINO FILM FESTIVAL, check out www.cinelatinofilmfestival.com.au

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