Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles announces 2017 Program Schedule

Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles announces 2017 Program Schedule

Celebrating Foreign Film,

Contemporary & Experimental Film,

Cult Classics and Student Films

WHAT:

Four special screenings to celebrate foreign film, contemporary/experimental film, and cult classics presented by Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles (LACLA).

WHEN:

Sunday, June 4th – Wednesday, June 14th – Friday, September 8th – Friday, November 10th

WHERE:

Japanese American National Museum – Palace Theater – Consulate                          General of Mexico in Los Angeles

 

Complete 2017 Program Schedule 

 

June 4             10th Annual Student Film Festival

Sunday          

National Center for the Preservation of Democracy

(Japanese American National Museum)

111 North Central Avenue | Los Angeles, CA 90012

2:00 – 5:00 PM | Free Event | Open to the Public

 

June 14           La muerte de un burócrata (1966, Cuba)

Wednesday    Director, Tomas Gutierrez Alea

Palace Theater – 630 South Broadway | Los Angeles, CA 90014

Co-presented with Los Angeles Conservancy “Last Remaining Seats” series held in Los Angeles’ Downtown Historic Theatre District.

8:00 PM – Purchase tickets through LA Conservancy

 

Sept. 8             Cine Sin Fronteras

Friday

Contemporary/experimental selections from the Morelia International Film Festival, a sidebar program of the Morelia International Film Festival, the prestigious Mexican film competition held annual in Morelia, Mexico. The films screened in this program are relevant works made by a wide spectrum of filmmakers.

Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles

2401 West 6th Street   Los Angeles, CA 90057

7:00 PM | Free Event | Open to the Public

 

Nov 10            Cult Classics

Friday             Film TBD

Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles

2401 West 6th Street   Los Angeles, CA 90057

7:00 PM | Free Event | Open to the Pub

About LACLA: Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles ( LACLA) is a California non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cultural exchange through film by screening classic and contemporary films from Latin America and by USA Latinas and Latinos. LACLA also supports the film and media efforts of Los Angeles inner-city middle and high school students with its annual student film festival.

About Last Remaining Seats: Last Remaining Seats is the Los Angeles Conservancy’s annual series of classic films in historic theatres. The series began in 1987 as a way to draw attention to the spectacular yet overlooked and underused historic theatres of Los Angeles. The film series has since become a summer tradition, drawing thousands of people from the region, the nation, and outside the U.S.

About the Los Angeles Conservancy: The Los Angeles Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization that works through education and advocacy to recognize, preserve, and revitalize the historic architectural and cultural resources of Los Angeles County. What began as a volunteer group in 1978 now has more than 6,000 member households, making the Conservancy the largest local organization of its kind in the U.S.

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