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Member Spotlight: Philadelphia Latino Film Festival

Established in 2012, PHLAFF is the Greater Philadelphia region’s only festival showcasing the extraordinary and innovative work of emerging and established Latin American and Latino filmmakers. Not only does PHLAFF showcase and nurture these filmmakers, but the organization also celebrates the richness and diversity of Latin American/Latino experiences, and fosters cross-cultural understanding and dialogue. PHLAFF fulfills this mission not only through their festival but through additional events such as the upcoming RESIST/RELEASE, a jam-packed evening of dance, film, music, and mucho sabor revolving around Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Latino diasporas, in collaboration with AfroTaino Productions and the Institute of Contemporary Art.

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