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San Diego Latino Film Festival ready to kick

THE 14TH ANNUAL SAN DIEGO LATINO FILM FESTIVAL:
FEEL – SEE - CELEBRATE: MARCH 8 – 18, 2007

The Media Arts Center San Diego is proud to announce the 2007 San Diego Latino Film Festival with more than 185 films from Mexico, Cuba, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Guatemala, Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Spain and the U.S. This prestigious and internationally recognized film festival is the longest running Latino festival in Southern California. With a projected audience of over 25,000 and the addition of a fourth screen, SDLFF is also one of the largest. Attending filmmakers and fans will see over 185 films including: Cansada de Besar Sapos(Mexico), Family Law (Argentina), and Wood & Stock (Brazil), and Tortilla Heaven (U.S.A.). In addition, as part of SDLFF’s "Guest Director" series, Chilean legend Miguel Littin (La Ultima Luna & El Chacal de Nahuel Toro) will curate a series of movie classics that influenced his career (Rebel Without a Cause and Fellini’s Roma).

This year’s SDLFF program includes even more opportunities for the public to share the spotlight with over 100 guest filmmakers and actors onsite. Highlights include: workshops on On-line Filming, Indy Film Promotion, Documentary Production, and Getting Comics Produced for the Screen; "Para la Familia" events (with day long events and a special appearance by Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer); the "Hecho en Chile” Retrospective of Chilean Films (1957-2006)," SDLFF’s "Top Ten to Watch"; the 1st Annual Cine’mation program; and celebrity tributes to acclaimed director Robert Young (Alambrista), and Mexican screen icons like Germán Robles (El Vampiro) and Damián Alcazar (Un Mundo Maravilloso and Solo Dios Sabe). ¡Arte Latino! Exhibits (with world renowned Mexican cartoonist “EL CHANGO” Cabral), and ¡Sonido Latino! Concerts @ the Fest, will round out evenings with a touch of glamour, culture and rhythm.

Confirmed celebrities include: Itati Cantoral (Cansada de Besar Sapos), Kate Del Castillo (Trade), Gastón Pauls (Illuminados Por El Fuego and Una Estrella Y Dos Cafes), Jacob Vargas (Selena, Traffic, Get Shorty and Bobby), Lupe Ontiveros (Tortilla Heaven, Desperate Housewives), and Eduardo Verastegui (Bella and Chasing Papi).

The 14th annual event takes place March 8 – 18, 2007 at the UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas Hazard Center (off the 163 Freeway on Friars Road) in beautiful San Diego, California. "This is a great opportunity for local audiences to see films presented at other major festivals like Cannes, Sundance, San Sebastian and Toronto, as well as many of Latin America’s Oscar contenders," says festival founder and director Ethan van Thillo, "We are also very proud to announce or unique growth into a truly Bi-national Latino film festival with our “Borders on Film” program offerings in Tijuana from March 16-18th at CineMark Minarete in Zona Rio.

Tickets range from $7 to $9.00 for film screenings, $5 to $30 for concerts and galas. For complete information on group rates, festival passes, press credentials and a festival schedule, visit the SDLFF website at www.sdlatinofilm.com or call 619-230-1938.


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