In partnership with the Chicago Park District, ILCC presents Film in the Park/Cine en el Parque. The series runs throughout the summer, and features family-friendly films projected on large screens in various citywide parks for free. This program’s goal is to bring film to various underserved communities in Chicago. The films screened are selected from the annual Chicago Latino Film Festival.


Rain or shine, these free film admission screenings will start at dusk (approximately 8:30pm)

JULY 21 – Harrison Park


JULY 28 – Kilbourn Park 

Mambo Man


WEDNESDAY, July 21st

At Dusk / Approx. 8:30pm
Arrive early for a good spot!


Harrison Park 

1824 S Wood St

Genre: Drama

Argentina /2019 /92 min.

Directed by Gaspar Scheuer

Spanish w/ English Subtitles

Out in the muddy outskirts of Buenos Aires, 11-year-old Delfín dreams of playing the French horn in a children’s orchestra that is being formed in a nearby town. He lives alone with his father in a ramshackle house from which they could be evicted any second and splits his time between school and helping his father make ends meet. But nothing will stop him from taking part in that audition. Anchored by the extraordinary chemistry between Valentino Catania as the title character and Christian Salguero as his father, “Delfín” tells a poignant and hopeful story that the entire family can enjoy.

Delfín, de 11 años, sueña con tocar el corno francés en una orquesta infantil que se está formando en una ciudad cercana. Delfín vive con su padre en una destartalada casa de la que podrían ser desalojados en cualquier momento, y divide su tiempo entre la escuela y ayudando a su padre a llegar a fin de mes. Aun así, nada le impedirá participar en esa audición. Respaldada por la extraordinaria química entre Valentino Catania como Delfín y Christian Salguero como su padre, “Delfín” cuenta una historia conmovedora y esperanzadora apta para toda la familia.

Presented by The International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago in collaboration with the Chicago Park District