Film News: Final 5 Days of the 2013 Chicago Latino Film Festival

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CHICAGO – The 29th Annual Chicago Latino Film Festival (CLFF) unreels its final five days with a comprehensive line-up of films at the AMC-Loews Theatres at 600 N. Michigan in Chicago, through Thursday, April 25th. The Closing Night Gala: Tribute to Brazil will take place on Wednesday, April 24th with the Sci-Fi Film, “Man From the Future,” (O Homem Do Futuro), and a reception that follows afterward.

Man From the Future
Scene from ‘Man From the Future,’ Closing Night at the 29th Chicago Latino Film Festival
Photo credit: ChicagoLatinoFilmFestival.Org

Film highlights for the final days include (click the titles for more details) ”The Trip 2” starring John Leguizamo, ”Rock, Paper, Scissors”, Venezuela’s official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at this year’s Oscars, and ”Ánima Buenos Aires”, a feature length animated film from Bueno Aires. All films will be featured at the AMC-Loews Theatres at 600 N. Michigan in Chicago.

The 29th Chicago Latino Film Festival continues through Thursday, April 25th, 2013. For more details regarding the Closing Night Gala: Tribute to Brazil click here. For day-by-day schedules and to purchase tickets, click here. senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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