Familiar with the Que Viva Cine Latino film series at Otay Ranch Town Center in September? Think of that as the appetizer to the annual San Diego Latino Film Festival which kicks-off March 7 and runs through March 17 in Mission Valley.
This marks the 20th anniversary of the festival, which features movies from Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, and the U.S. , to name a few participating countries. As part of the landmark celebration the festival is bringing back some of its groundbreaking works, including “Y Tu Mama Tambien”, “Desperado”, “Ciudade de Deus” and “Amores Perros”.
Also of note, a documentary film about San Diego’s women only lowrider car club, “The Unique Ladies” will make its California debut March 13 at 6 p.m.