aluCine launches the Hispanic Heritage Month with the 14th annual edition of aluCine Latin Film + Media Arts Festival. Keywest is proud to announce ourselves as one of the sponsors of this vibrant and dynamic festival!
aluCine seeks to showcase excellence and innovation in contemporary Latin American film and new media works. Their annual festival functions as a vital Canadian outlet for emerging and established Latin filmmakers living in Canada, Latin America and the diaspora, while our year-round screenings, symposiums and workshops promote the development of #LatinFilm and culture in #Toronto.
For the last twenty years, aluCine has presented a panorama of challenging and unique Latin American films by Latino artists living in Canada and abroad. As a Latin American media festival in Canada, aluCine facilitates a convergence of Northern and Southern aesthetic and cultural sensibilities, broadening common understandings of what it means to be Latino, both in Canada and internationally. aluCine seeks to keep the culture surrounding Latin short film alive and well, be it fiction, documentary, animation or experimental. aluCine is committed to functioning as an outlet for the Latino community as a whole while embracing our community’s extraordinary diversity.
This year, Keywest is proud to announce that we are one of the sponsors for aluCine Latin American media festival. We look forward to this new partnership and to broadening our horizons and exploring Latin American film and media.
We encourage all of our readers and followers to come out to this year’s aluCine from April 3 to April 12, 2014. #aluCine14 features short film programs, media-arts exhibitions, performances, artist talks, industry panel discussions and more. This year, aluCine shines its spotlight on Mexico’s vibrant culture showcasing Mexican best of contemporary cinema and media.
As part of our sponsorship with #aluCine14, Keywest will be creating a highlight video for the festival. We hope to see you there!
Information about the Festival and Screenings:
The 14th aluCine Latin Film+Media Arts Festival will take place April 3rd – 6th at the prestigious Jackman Hall in the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). aluCine turns its spotlight to Mexico with a selection of contemporary and innovative features and shorts that explore the cinematographic memory of the country.
aluCine will showcase 70+ films, 7 exhibits, performances, music, new media installations, artist’s talks, and several events throughout the month of April as part of the Hispanic Heritage month at several venues such us: Bavia Arts Gallery, Creative Blueprint Gallery, NAISA space and Toronto Arts Council Gallery. Shorts for Shorties films for children at Wychwood Theatre Saturday April 5th.