To cap off Hispanic Heritage Month, the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute at UGA will present its annual Latin American Film Festival, this year highlighting films centered on traditional dance performance. The series kicks off with Danzón, the story of a woman who embarks on a journey of self-discovery after her dance partner of six years mysteriously disappears. In Bar, El Chino, screening on Monday, Oct. 21, a young editor of a television network sets out to make a documentary on a legendary Argentine bar and tango destination. The festival concludes with Noel, Poeta de Vila, a biopic on the short yet accomplished career of Brazilian songwriter Noel Rosa, on Monday. Oct. 28. All films begin at 6 p.m. and include English subtitles and a post-screening discussion. Bar, El Chino will be followed by a tango party, and Noel, Poeta da Vila will be followed by samba dancing.
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