FILM IN THE PARK

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.

SUMMER 2019 SCHEDULE

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

August 7 – Kelvyn Park

What I Feel For You / Lo que siento por ti

What I Feel For You / Lo que siento por ti  

WEDNESDAY, August 7TH 

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

FREE EVENT AND FREE POPCORN!

Kelvyn Park

4438 W Wrightwood Ave

Genre: Drama

Dominican Republic/2018/90 min.

Directed by Raúl Camilo

Spanish w/ English Subtitles

Rául Camilo weaves three stories about the challenges faced by disabled children and their parents in his feature debut. Ana, mother of two autistic sons, struggles daily with the misconceptions her neighbors and relatives have about autism. Jorge and Diana are finally going to be parents after trying for so long; they will now have to give their disabled son the same love they feel for each other. Luis, a young man with Down’s Syndrome, who earns a spot in the Special Olympics Latin America to be held in Puerto Rico, receives training from his estranged father.

 Raúl Camilo teje tres historias sobre los desafíos que enfrentan los niños discapacitados y sus padres. Ana, madre de dos hijos autistas, lucha diariamente con los conceptos erróneos que sus vecinos y familiares tienen sobre el autismo. Jorge y Diana finalmente serán padres después de haberlo intentado por mucho tiempo; ahora tendrán que dar a su hijo discapacitado el mismo amor que sienten el uno por el otro. Luis, un joven con síndrome de Down que participará en las Olimpiadas Especiales de América Latina en Puerto Rico, recibe entrenamiento de su abnegado padre.

 

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

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