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12th Latin American Film Festival - 22 Aug to 1 Sept

12th Latin American Film Festival - Screenings for Wellington and Auckland in the next few days


The 12th Latin American Film Festival, a joint initiative of the Embassies of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Mexico and Spain in Wellington and guest Embassies of Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela in Canberra (Australia), was launched yesterday in Wellington and Auckland.

There is a great selection of 10 movies, one from each of the participating countries. All sessions are free and opened to the public, so spread the word to your networks!

See session details below for the University of Auckland and Te Papa. Details on other venues are also available on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/LAFFnz. Like us on Facebook and be in to win prizes from our sponsors during the festival until November in 6 cities.

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