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CineLatino lineup, a cultural classic of the Sacramento Film Festival

The Sacramento Film Festival (SFF) is set host their Latin infused event on the Delta King in Old Sacramento 7pm this Sunday, April 21st. This cultural favorite of the Sacramento community will feature short films produced by Mexican filmmakers, Fran Guijarro’s Mexican Cuisine, El Invento– a Giovanni Granada film, as well as Gloria Moran’s, The Unique Ladies, "world’s 1st lady low-rider car club!"

Professor Dr. Jorge Santana of CSU, Sacramento notes, "This event honors and shines light on the great aspects of the Latino community, a true favorite of mine." Since its establishment in 2007, CineLatino is going on its 5th year to reflect and celebrate Chicano, Latin American, and Spanish culture through film. It also features year-round events, with its most recent film of Rudolfo Anaya’s Bless Me Ultima making its premiere this past February.

Check out this year’s CineLatino, a true cultural event you don’t want to miss. Tickets can be purchased at Sacramentofimfestival.com.

 

CineLatino lineup:

La nuera de don Filemón

La Patrona

Andrea

La Mina de Oro

Mexican Cuisine

El Invento

The Unique Ladies

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