Bristol Latin America Forum is an annual event held in Bristol on Latin American politics, society and culture. The Forum comprises of workshops, film, a panel discussion, dance, music, food and in 2008 for the first time closed with a World Cafe process.

It is organised by local grassroots Latin American solidarity groups, some of whom form part of larger national and international organisations and networks. It is not for profit, horizontally organised and we welcome your participation.

This blog began as a means of publicising and web-streaming the Forum in 2008 and is now a space for Bristol - Latin America related information all year round. See previous posts for details of last the 2008 Forum and video clips of the event. If you want to publicise an event please email the blog moderator.


Cubo Latin Film Festival! This weekend!

Cubo Latin Film Festival
Thursday 28th April - Sunday 2nd May

Welcome to the Cubo Film Festival - a mash up of cult and contemporary Latin American film. Throughout the bank holiday weekend we will be celebrating the richness and diversity of the Latin American culture through specially selected screenings features and shorts programs.

Thursday 29th
Opening Night 6-7pm - Drinks Reception

7pm - Milk of Sorrow (La Teta Asustada)
9.15pm – Madeinusa

Friday 30th
Mexican Retro Extravaganza 7pm - Late
7.30pm - Santo vs the She-Wolves

9.30pm - Santo in the Wax Musuem

11.30 - Midnight Movie: Alurcada

Saturday 1st
3pm - Milk of Sorrow (La Teta Asustada)
5pm - Encounters LatinAmerican Short Film Selection
7pm - Cinema Klandestino Night
8pm - Coca Cola Case

Sunday 2nd
6pm - 16 Memorias

7pm - Closing Event

8pm - The Wandering Shadows (La Sombra del Caminante)

see for full descriptions

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