Chicago Latino Film Festival
April 13, 2013 (CHICAGO) -- Through April 25, 2013, the 29th Chicago Latino Film Festival is under way, organized by the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago.
It's the largest and oldest Latino film festival in the U.S., and it presents dozens of films from Latin America, Spain, Portugal and the U.S.
Carmenza Millan, AARP Illinois, Associate State Director for Advocacy and Outreach, Jane Goldenberg, AJC Chicago Board Member, and Raul Marchand, director "The Gold Brooch," came into our ABC7 studio to tell us about the film festival.
29th Chicago Latino Film Festival
Until April 25th
AMC Loews Theatre
600 N. Michigan
Admission: $11 general
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