The Latino Film Festival will take place this weekend at Carmike Cinemas in Allentown.
Here's the schedule. All films are in Spanish, with English subtitles:
Opening night: ''KordaVision,'' 8 p.m. Friday: Documentary about world-renowned Cuban photographer Alberto Diaz ''Korda.'' Director Hector Cruz Sandoval will be on hand to talk about the film.
''My Backyard Was a Mountain,'' 1 p.m. Saturday: 10-year-old Adan moves from Puerto Rico to New York City, but has to leave his beloved goat behind.
''Hermanas,'' 3 p.m. Saturday: Sisters separated since they left Argentina during the dictatorship meet again in Texas in 1984.
''Young Rebels,'' 5 p.m. Saturday: Documentary follows five Cuban hip-hop groups and two producers over a Havana summer.
''El Abrazo Partido'' (''Lost Embrace''), 7 p.m. Saturday: Ariel lives in the slightly seedy world of downtown Buenos Aires, but wants to discover why his father left his family shortly after his birth to fight a war in Israel and never returned.
''Ted Busco'' (''I Looked For You''), 9 p.m. Saturday: A boy learns about love, friendship and betrayal when he helps his uncle hatch a plan to seduce a singer in Bogota.
''From Mambo to Hip Hop,'' 1 p.m. Sunday: A chronicle of two generations that grew up on in the South Bronx and the two styles of dance that defined them.
''El Perro,'' 3 p.m. Sunday: A man and his dog go on an adventure across the Argentine Patagonia.
''Flamenco,'' 5 p.m. Sunday: A film exploring the 13 rhythms of flamenco.
''Historias Minimas,'' 7 p.m. Sunday: Near the provincial town of San Julian, three vibrant characters -- a lonely, traveling salesman; a grizzly grandfather; a poor young mother -- undertake a mundane journey that is life changing.
Note: After parties will be held at 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday at St. Nick's Club, 170-172 Allen St., Allentown. $5, with ticket stub.