2011 events

We are proud to invite you to the evening launch of the 21st London Latin American Film Festival 2011
With the special Screening of

Bahia Of All The Saints

Get a chance to watch this classic 1994 BBC Arena documentary, a mesmerising audio-visual portrait of the music, culture and religion of one of Brazil’s most interesting cities: Salvador, capital of Bahia.

The evening will be introduced by Eva Tarr-Kirkhope, Founder and Director of the Latin American Film Festival. Afterwards, there will be Q&A session with hopefully the Film’s Director, Jana Boková for which the moderator will be Dr. Maite Conde, Lecturer in Brazilian Film at King’s College.

Thursday, 17th November 2011. 7 -10pm
King’s College (Old Anatomy Theater, Room K6.29) London, WC2R 2LS (Please enter by main reception on the Strand)
Free admission. Drinks and snacks will be served.

Please note places are limited, so please book early by email brazil-institute@kcl.ac.uk

Images from the 2011 LLAFF launch night


21st London Latin American Film Festival open night ceremony

Open night ceremony at Bolivar Hall on 18th November 2011:

The London Latin American Film Festival is delighted to present

Art RevolutionArt Revolution flyer

London 21-23 November 2011

The annual group art exhibition by some of the best emerging Latin American and international artists

Ronald Hernandez
Alejandro Gortazar
Teodora Sararu
Maria Jose Viso
Becky Boston
Jason Carr

V.I.P Private view: Monday 21 November 2011, 7pm.
The Vibe Bar Gallery. The Truman Brewery. 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

Photos LLAFF 2011 Art Revolution Exhibition Opening

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The 21st London Latin American Film Festival is attending the

2011 Annual Iberian American encounter with the Mayor of London

The Iberian American and Latino American & Caribbean summit 2011 and London’s Iberian American communities

The William Beveridge hall, Senate house, University of London

06 December 2011