OLA of Eastern Long Island will be presenting our 14th Annual Latino Film Festival for the full weekend Friday, Nov 17 – Sun, Nov 19 at three iconic East End venues: Parrish Art Museum, Guild Hall, and Vail-Levitt Music Hall. Films from Chile, Mexico, Colombia and the U.S. explore a range of themes. All films are Spanish language with English subtitles. Several filmmakers available for interviews and will attend the festival.
Friday, November 17 at Parrish Art Museum, Watermill: (Free for members and $12 for non members). Span/Eng museum tour and food and drink reception by Golden Pear. Films start at 7pm "Neruda" Chilean poet becomes a fugitive in his own country. Also: LI Primere of "Desde el Principio" Two voice actors reveal a shared tragedy.
Saturday, November 18 at Guild Hall, East Hampton: LI Premiere of "Translúcido" Man learns he has 3 months to live and chooses his own fate. 6pm doors open. 7pm film starts. Post show Q&A with actors and director. $10 General $20 Preferred seating.
Sunday, November 19 at Vail-Levitt Music Hall, Riverhead:
1pm "El Jeremías" for all ages. Mexican family discovers their eight year old boy is a genius. $5 for all tickets.
8pm "Los Nadie" for 16yr olds and older. Five Colombian teen friends navigate life amidst a screamo punk music scene. $10 General Admission $20 Preferred seating. 9:30-11pm food and drink reception with live music concert featuring MilaTina. Concertand reception free with ticket purchase.
Tickets for 11/17 found on Parrish Art Museum website http://parrishart.org/programs/tags/
Tickets for 11/18 and 11/19 https://olafilmfest2017.eventbrite.com call 631-899-3441 for questions
OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) was founded in 2002 as a nonprofit agency committed to promoting social, economic, cultural, and educational development within Long Island’s East End Latino and Hispanic communities.
OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) fue fundada en el 2002 como una organización sin ánimo de lucro comprometida a promover el desarrollo social, económico, cultural y educacional de las comunidades Latina e Hispana del Este de Long Island.