Film in the Community: Cinema Latina
The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Institute is proud to present Cinema Latina, a free screening with a selection of short films made by or about Latina Women! Please reserve your seat, space is limited. This screening will be outdoors on the Atrevida Brewery Patio, so we will begin the films at dusk. Come early for a pint or two!
Directed by Elia Ballestreros & Kate Campbell
Spain,1977. Colonel Asensio has gathered his family and friends to celebrate his birthday. The party is going perfectly. However, one of the guests holds a secret that has been buried for many years but that refuses to stay hidden.
Directed by Bernabé Rico
Having turned 60, Adela is living a life she never wanted. Then one day she has the chance to win €300,000 and leave her old life behind. All she has to do to get it is kick a ball into an open goal from the halfway line at half-time in a Spanish league match. Accepting the challenge, Adela starts training for the big day.
Vida en Marte
Directed by José Manuel Carrasco
What do you think is the desire of every human being?
I Love Madrid
Directed by Nadia Mata Portillo
Noe travels to Madrid to spend a romantic weekend with Carlos. However, the city has other plans for her.