The Atlanta Film Festival is pleased to announce the first ever Cinemás Film Series at Georgia State University’s Rialto Center for the Arts on Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11, 2015. Featuring films from Colombia, Cuba, Peru and Venezuela, Cinemás will showcase cultural and cinematic diversity within the Latin American community during National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th through October 15th).
Tickets are only $6.50 for each film and a limited number of free tickets are available to ATLFF members (watch your email for directions).
Saturday, October 10 - 5:00 PM
directed by Oscar Ruiz Navia
Colombia, 2014, Spanish, 103 minutes
Every night after work, Roberto makes graffiti on different walls of his neighborhood on the east of Cali. One day he loses his job because he steals several cans of paint, using them to create a large mural on the lot next to his house. Without a dime to help his mother, he crosses the city looking for Eduardo, another young graffiti artist, who studies fine arts and is having a difficult time since his parents divorced and his grandmother was diagnosed with cancer. Both penniless, the boys move aimlessly through the city, expressing themselves with through their art, creating images on walls along the way, making statements, while sharing memories and experiences.