See five spectacular international films when the 26th Annual Providence Latin American Film Festival comes to Warwick Library on September 28 & 29.
On Friday, September 28 at 7 p.m., see the 2018 Chile drama El tipo que se quebró las uñas (por querer agarrar un corazón dibujado en el pavement) or The Guy Who Broke His Fingernails (Trying to Grab a Heart Drawn on the Pavement). A failing marriage seems to get better after the husband starts having an affair.
Before the movie, enjoy the 2017 USA short movie Ovum. A fisherman finds a giant egg on the beach and takes it home.
On Saturday, September 29 at 7 p.m., watch the 2017 Venezuela comedy ¡He Matado a Mi Marido! or I Killed My Husband! A wife follows through with a party to honor her award-winning husband after she accidentally murders him that morning.
Before the movie, see two short films, the 2017 Argentina drama El Departamento or The Apartment and the 2018 USA documentary Nirvan’s Last Week in Massachusetts. A former couple struggle to figure out what to do with the apartment they own, and a twelve-year-old who fled Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria feels mixed emotions before he goes home.
Feature films are in Spanish with English subtitles.
The Providence Latin American Film Festival runs from September 21 - 30. Visit plaff.org for the complete calendar of events.
This event is free and open to all. Drop in for a fun time.