Over 100 films (feature and shorts) from all over Latin America, Portugal, Spain, and the United States are featured in one of the oldest Latino film festivals in the country.
This series offers a broad overview of Latino music, from the Spanish Medieval period to the music being written today in all genres and styles (classical, folk, Afro-Latino, Latin Jazz, etc.)
Every last Tuesday of the month through November, watch a themed film night at Instituto Cervantes, preceded by a networking reception and followed by a post-screening conversation with a film critic.
The series runs throughout the summer, and features family-friendly films in Spanish with English subtitles projected on large screens in various citywide parks for free.
The ILCC is proud to present Hispanic Arts & Culture from around the world right here in Chicago!
New membership are not allowed.