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When:

Sat 25 Nov 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm
Sun 26 Nov 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm
Mon 27 Nov 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm
Tue 28 Nov 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm
Wed 29 Nov 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Palace Centro Cinemas, 39 James Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Cine Latino, Australia's largest festival of Latin American cinema will descend on Palace Cinemas nationally from 14 November. In its second year, the program of 26 titles represent the best films from Central and South America.

Opening the festival is Mexican director Roberto Sneider's You're Killing Me Susana (me Estás Matando Susana). The twisty-turny travails of marital tension and infidelity get fleshed out in this comedy starring Gael García Bernal (Neruda) and Verónica Echegui and will have audiences laughing before the opening night party celebrations.

This year the program presents a 9-film spotlight on the best new films from Argentina with Cine Argentina. A special event screening of Inseparable (Inseparables), an Argentinean remake of the French hit The Intouchables, will launch a strong program including:

From the international festival circuit, At the End of The Tunnel (Al Final Del Túnel), directed by Rodrigo Grande, a super-charged, suspense-laden film starring Leonardo Sbaraglia (Wild Tales) and Clara Lago (Spanish Affair); I'm Gilda (Gilda, No Me Arrepiento De Este Amor), a grand biopic about the life of the Argentinean superstar singer Gilda; Cannes Camera d'Or winner Pablo Giorgelli's Invisible, an intimate and stylistic coming-of-age drama; and The Desert Bride (La Novia Del Desierto), a mesmeric, transporting and affecting drama about a quiet, middle-aged woman (Paulina García, Gloria) searching for fulfilment in the spectacular Argentinean hinterlands.

Other highlights in the Argentinean spotlight include: One Night of Love (Una Noche De Amor), a Woody Allen style comedy about a couple whose romance is waning after 12 years together; box office hit and cheeky comedy-of-manners That's Not Cheating (Permitidos); set in the breathtaking wilderness of rural Patagonia Winter (El Invierno) recounts an allegory about an old foreman realising his days are numbered; and political thriller The Summit (La Cordillera) in which Ricardo Darín stars as the President of Argentina who must navigate political strategy without betraying his country, moral principles and family.

The festival continues its partnership with 'Hola Mexico Film Festival' this year bringing a selection of the best contemporary Mexican films to Australia.

Launching the Hola Mexico program is Tales of An Immoral Couple (La Vida Inmoral De La Pareja Ideal) which sees former teenage lovers cross paths again after 25 years and invent pretend spouses—to disastrous effect—to prove they have moved on from each other. Enjoy the film, music drinks and Mexican catering at the fiesta after.