Latino Film Festival of the Hamptons
The Organización Latino-Americana (OLA) presents their annual weekend-long festival showcasing Spanish-language films with English subtitles from promising young filmmakers. On Friday night, the Parrish Art Museum screens Antes Que Llegue el Ferry, a futuristic dark comedy set after the restoration of US-Cuba relations. The screening includes a Golden Pear Café reception and a live video discussion with the creators. Festivities begin with a bilingual museum tour at 5:30 p.m.
On Saturday night, Guild Hall screens Amalia, La Secretaria, a dramedy about a secretary’s loss of professional control after meeting an intriguing maintenance guy. Afterward, lead actress and comedienne Marcela Benjumea will discuss the movie via video chat. An opening reception kicks off the screening at 6 p.m. Sunday’s event is a 2 p.m. family screening of Pachamama, an animated film about a young boy who dreams of becoming a shaman, at Greenport High School.