Film Fiesta

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
6:00pm - 6:30pm Reception & Mariachi Vasquez
6:30pm - 7:00pm Panel Discussion
7:00pm - 9:00pm Screening of Luminarias

Film Fiesta affords the public an opportunity to continue the discussion by featuring the writer, director and actors from the independent film, Luminarias, live and in-person at the screening. Luminarias is a comedic examination of love in the LA Latino quick lane, as four independent Chicanas from various walks of life struggle with balancing traditional views of relationships in a contemporary multi-cultural world. Mirroring the great music from the film, performed by such notables as Tito Puente, La Lupe and India, will be the local favorites, Mariachi Vasquez, as well as a little LA-Mex cuisine. Please RSVP to

Wednesday, July 31, 2013
6:00pm - 6:30pm Reception
6:30pm - 7:00pm Dance Performance by Chilean Grupo Folclorico Artistico Copelec
7:00pm - 9:00pm Screening of No!

The resistance to the repressive regime of Augosto Pinochet goes from revolution to social satire in the Academy Award nominated film; Gael Garcia Bernal takes the screen in a story about an actual drive to vote an entrenched dictator out of power. It asks the questions, “Can a revolutionary movement be reduced to an advertising slogan? Can glitz and glamour, replacing substance, really win in a rigged election?" Edgy, funny and provocative, No! has made many top ten best film lists. Also, performing live will be Grupo Folclorico Artistico Copelec from Chile. Please RSVP to

Su Teatro presents The Latino Theater Company in "Solitude"
Written by Evelina Fernandez, Directed by Jose Luis Valenzuela
July 25 – 27, 6:30pm
Su Teatro, 721 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO 80204
Film Fiesta FREE day - July 25
July 26-27 Tickets: $20 general, $17 Students/Seniors, Comadre Docena 12 tickets/ $12 each

Meet your favorite Los Angeles Latino artists when Su Teatro presents the Latino Theater Company Production of Solitude.

On the day of the million immigrant march, Gabriel invites his old neighborhood friends over after his mother’s funeral.  As the wine pours and mambo explodes, they share secrets, laugh and cry together, sing rancheras, dance and confess.

Playwright Evelina Fernandez is a Humanitas Prize finalist and scripted the Latino Theater Company’s famed annual Christmas pageant, “La Virgen De Guadalupe, Dios Inantzin,” and an Ovation nominee  and GLAAD Award winner for her play “Dementia.”  Several of her other plays also transitioned to film including “Luminarias,” and “Premeditation.” Also an actor, she has had recurring roles on several TV series, including “Roseanne,” “Judging Amy,” and “City of Angels” and for films such as “American Me” and “Luminarias.” She is featured in the production of “Solitude.”