CHICAGO (WLS) --The International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago is bringing the Chicago Latino Film Festival to the city April 8-21, 2016. Guests can view more than 100 films over the course of the festival, which is being held at the AMC River East 21 at 322 E. Illinois Street. All of the films will be shown in their original language with English subtitles (unless otherwise noted). Audience members also have the opportunity join discussions with local and international filmmakers after most of the screenings.
This year, AARP is hosting a special "Movies for Grownups" series, including the films Our Last Tango, Passage of Life, Pearl, Gabo and more. The Chicago Latino Film festival features full-length films, short films, documentaries, and has something for everyone. Ticket prices are just $13. There are also festival passes worth 12 admissions for $110. Alejandro Riera from the Chicago Latino Film Festival and Gerardo Cardenas from AARP Illinois, visited ABC 7 to talk about this year's festival.
32nd Chicago Latino Film Festival
Date: April 8-21st
Address: AMC River East 21, 322 E. Illinois St., Chicago
Admission/ Ticket Prices: General, $13. Tuesdays/Cinemartes: $10