PHOTO BOOTH: The 38th Chicago Latino Film Festival

The 38th Chicago Latino Film Festival presented 50 features and 36 shorts from all over Latin America, Spain, Portugal and the United States, April 21st-May 1st. Led by the locally produced Bye Bye Chicago, the Festival this year featured two World Premieres, five North American Premieres, ten U.S. Premieres and ten Midwest Premieres.

Here are a few photographic highlights from the festival…

The Festival once again adopted a hybrid format with in-person screenings at the Landmark Century Center, 2828 N. Clark St., several Drive-In presentations at ChiTown Movies, 2343 S. Throop St., and with virtual screenings via Eventive accessible to residents of Illinois and the Midwest states of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana.

Click here to learn more about the Chicago Latino Film Festival.

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