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Latino Film Festival 

Our hometown is rich with film festivals, each seeking to provide perspective on different experiences through the international language of art. The second installment of the Latino Film Festival will take place Saturday, September 15, 1-11 p.m., at St. John Fisher College (3690 East Ave.).

Admission is free, and the line-up includes "Viva Cuba," a story about two children whose friendship is threatened by their parents' differences; "Santo Domingo Blues," a documentary about singer-songwriter Luis Vargas and Bachata, the guitar blues of Santo Domingo; "Borinqueneers," about the only all-Hispanic unit in U.S. Army history; "Un Cuento Chino," about the unlikely encounter between a bitter Buenos Aires native and a mysterious Chinese man; and a social with music and food following the screenings. For more information, call 234-7660, or visit prfestival.com/filmfest.html.

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