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The Latin American Film Festival of Montreal


The cavalcade of local film festivals continues with the best of recent film from Latin America’s vibrant cinema culture, and a clutch of Argentinian classics. All the action is at Cinéma du Parc, today through April 15, and the gold leaf jury consists of the lovely and talented thespian Liane Balaban, ace director Phillipe Falardeau and acclaimed actor Paul Ahmarani.

For more info, visit www.fclm.ca

For a daily list of venues and films, keep an eye on: montrealgazette.com

06/04/2010 at 8:32 pm Leave a comment

More about Montreal Latin Film Festival


Film lovers shouldn’t miss the new Festival du Cinéma Latino Americain

“It’s been a really, really good year for Latin American film,” says Yuri Berger. And while that’s the kind of thing you’d expect to hear from the programming director of the new Festival du Cinéma Latino Américain de Montréal, he’s actually quite right. Films from South and Latin America have been picking up awards and acclaim at Cannes, Sundance and most recently the Oscars, and FCLM’s programming is full of the cream of the recent crop. Berger, formerly of Festivalìssimo (which has moved to June) has put together an excellent selection, almost all of which will play with English subtitles, and even if you’re not specifically into Latin American cinema, you should really make some time for this new fest.

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01/04/2010 at 8:37 pm 2 comments

Montreal Film Festival: Norma Aleandro competes with a Bustamante’s film


Argentina’s film “Andres no quiere dormir la siesta” (”Andre does not want to nap”), directed by Daniel Bustamante and starring Norma Aleandro,will compete as the only Latin American film in the Official Selection at the Montreal Film Festival, which takes place in the Canadian city until 7 September.Filmed last year in Buenos Aires and Santa Fe, the opera prima de Bustamante will be screened tomorrow and Sunday at the Festival des Films du Monde in Montreal, one of the largest in the Americas. (more…)

07/09/2009 at 6:26 pm Leave a comment


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