Mark Your Calendars for the 5th Annual Houston Latino Fim Festival

Join HLFF for a weekend to celebrate and enjoy compelling films from some of the brightest, emerging and established filmmakers from all around the world

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The Houston Latino Film Festival returns later this month for the 5th Annual festival! It will be presented on March 19th through the 28th digitally with films available on demand through a streaming platform AND in person at drive-in theaters. In response to the challenges posed by COVID-19, HLFF will adhere to the city’s safety guidelines during screenings. This year, in person screenings will take place at Moonstruck Drive-In Theater (100 Bringhurst St, Houston, TX 77020) and Best Little Drive-In (310 North St, Houston, TX 7700). Join HLFF for a weekend to celebrate and enjoy compelling films from some of the brightest, emerging and established filmmakers from all around the world!

The 2021 online Virtual All Access pass includes access to the Houston Latino Film Festival’s carefully curated selection of nearly 50 films from all over the world — all streamable from the comfort of your living room (Texas residents only). For a limited time, you can purchase a Virtual All Access pass for only $15. If you bought a festival All Access badge last year (sold out!), you will receive a redeemable access code via email to gain access to our online platform for this year’s program.

The festival begins its weekend celebration on Friday, March 19th at Moonstruck Drive-In theater. Join HLFF for a night of fun with complimentary drinks provided by Saint Arnold Brewery (*while supplies last **must be at least 21 years of age) and live music!

Go HERE for more info and tickets.
 

December 09, 2022
Michael MK

Michael MK
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