Wanda's Picks Radio Special: 2012 SF Latino Film Festival

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The 4th Annual Cine+Mas 2012 San Francisco Latino Film Festival kicks off Sept. 13 to 28 with films from 14 countries including the United States. We speak to Festival Director Lucho Ramirez who took the helm three years ago, because he loves independent cinema. The Festival begins with a concert and preview Sept. 13 with two events one at 5:30 and the other at 8 PM. Visit www.sflatinofilmfestival.org or call 800-838-3006 and for tickets visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/16776 We also speak to directors Catherine Murphy, Maestra, the story of the Cuban Literary Campaign in 1961, where the goal was 100 percent literary for its citizens. This is also the same year the US started the Bay of Pigs assault. We conclude with a talk with Kimberly Baustista, whose film Justice for My Sister is also a movement to stop assault against women in Guatamala and elsewhere in the Latin Disapora.

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