4th Annual Latin American Film Festival

Friday, November 17, 2017 - Sunday, November 19, 2017
Armer Theater California State University, Northridge Campus Northridge, CA 91330 Map and directions

Latin American culture is as rich and diverse as the people who inhabit the lands that stretch from the tip of South America to Mexico. California State University, Northridge is proud to celebrate the cinematic contributions from this region at the 4th Annual Latin American Film Festival. The three day event will feature films highlighting some of Latin America's most talented filmmakers.  The festival will screen Latin American films selected to represent their countries at the Academy Awards in 2018. 

All events are free of charge and open to the entire CSUN community and the general public. However space is limited, so please reserve your spot by ordering tickets.

Festival Info and Schedule:
November 17-19, 2017

Armer Theater
On the CSU, Northridge Campus
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA 91330

About the sponsor:
The California State University, Northridge College of Social and Behavioral Sciences seeks to provide the highest quality Liberal Arts education in the field of Social & Behavioral Sciences while at the same time providing students with sound applied and professional training.  Over its 31 year history, the College has adapted to the changing nature of higher education, the changing demands of its urban environment and of society, and to the world’s expanding knowledge base.

As a college serving one of the world’s most diverse urban regions, we have a special commitment to studying the problems of urban America and contributing to the betterment of our society by preparing graduates to be active leaders in urban societies. We believe we should provide our students with diverse ways of understanding and solving problems facing America in the global context. 

Through the College’s commitment to applied social science research students acquire the critical core skills necessary for them to meet the needs of the region as well as to be competitive in the market place as either members of the workforce or graduate students.