ADIFF CHICAGO: Afro-Latino Shorts : NYADIFF

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ADIFF CHICAGO: Afro-Latino Shorts

 

SCHEDULE

Saturday, June 9 @ 2 pm – Facets Cinémathèque

TICKETS HERE

Jesse Freeston & Beth Geglia |2013 | 41 min | Honduras|Canada | United States | Documentary | Spanish with English subt.

REVOLUTIONARY MEDICINE

The inspiring documentary tells the story of how a hospital’s alternative health model is not only transforming communities on Honduras’ Northern Coast, but also standing as an alternative to an increasingly privatized national health system. Could a remote hospital that runs on solar panels—in a community with no paved roads or electricity—provide a new global model for health care? 


 


Directed by Sergio Giral, USA, 2017, Documentary, 47 min, English 


THE INVISIBLE COLOR: BLACK IS MORE THAN A COLOR

This latest documentary by the Dean of Afro-Cuban Cinema Sergio Giral investigates the black Cuban exile community in South Florida, since the first wave of political refugees in the 1959 revolutionary aftermath, to today. It tracks its presence throughout the region, and highlights its contribution to Miami’s civic culture through testimonies and visual documentation.  Shown with Revolutionary Medicine

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WHAT: 16th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival – Chicago

WHEN:  June 8-June 14, 2018

WHERE: Facets Cinémathèque

The Facets Cinémathèque is located at 1517 W. Fullerton Ave. in Chicago. For a full schedule and to order advance tickets online please call 773-281-4114 or 212-864-1760 or visit http://www.facets.org or http://www.NYADIFF.org.  Tickets are  $15 for Opening Night and $10 general admission.

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