The Cultural Lecture 2019: A Celebration of Latin American Cinema

When:10 Jul, 6pm
Where:Dartmouth House
37 Charles Street
Tube: Green Park
Cost:£25, £10 conc

Latin American cinema is on the rise. Though there has never been a shortage of creative talent in the region, international audiences are increasingly regarding Latin America as a pioneer of cinematography. There is greater appetite for films produced outside the well-established parameters of Hollywood, and more openness to foreign language film.

To celebrate the gains made by Latin American filmmakers, Canning House – in collaboration with Raindance Film Festival, Instituto Cervantes and CASA – invites Gonzalo Maza (A Fantastic Woman), Laura Plancarte (Siblings) and Tuki Jencquel (It’s All Good) to discuss how this momentum can be sustained, and present their acclaimed films to a UK audience.  The discussion will be chaired by David Martínez, Raindance Film Festival Producer.

The conversation will be followed by a summer drinks reception on the terrace.

Please note: Ticket price includes canapes and drinks. Links to the screenings of each film can be found on the website.

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