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OPENING NIGHT
Seattle Asian Art Museum
Seattle, WA
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Date
Oct 08, 2021 7:00 PM
10/09/21



Admission Level Price Quantity
Senior and Students $45.00 ($48.24 w/service fee)
Movie and Opening Ceremony only / Please bring ID  
Senior and Students $60.00 ($63.99 w/service fee)
Opening Ceremony and After Party / Please bring ID  
Movie and Opening Ceremony $70.00 ($74.49 w/service fee)
Ceremony and After Party $80.00 ($84.99 w/service fee)
 
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OPENING NIGHT
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8TH

SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM

DOORS OPEN & RED CARPET EVENT STARTS @ 6:15 PM

NORTHWEST COAST PREMIERE

THE BROKEN GLASS THEORY (LA TEORIA DE LOS VIDRIOS ROTOS)

DIRECTED BY Diego Fernández Pujol

URUGUAY

2021

COMEDY

DURATION:  82'

Spanish w/ English subtitles

CAST: Cast: Martín Slipak, Roberto Birindelli, Carlos Frasca, Verónica Perrotta, Jorge Temponi, Jenny Galvan, Guillermo Arengo, Josefina Trías, César Troncoso, Robert Moré
 
Synopsis:

Claudio is the new insurance expert in a small town far from the capital. It seems like a simple job, but when he arrives, he is faced with the worst series of intentional car fires the town had ever seen. Cornered by clients, Claudio must discover what and who is behind the attacks, without being able to trust anything or anyone.

The Opening Night Gala  in Seattle welcomes Dennis Mencia , a Honduran-American actor who will be the evening's MC . He is known for playing the role of Mateo Villanueva on the CW's "Jane the Virgin" as well as the role of Samuel Soto on the film "Infiltrators", a drama selected by the Sundance Film Festival  about migrant detention centers.

General admission includes the AFTER  party reception at the SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM; Hors d'oeuvres, wine and dessert will be provided. You must be 21+ to attend the after party.

You will enjoy an wonderful celebration of the Latino Art and Culture in the Film Industry. Each Year the Festival gives the residents of the Pacific Northwest an unique experience of viewing inspiring narratives, documentaries, and short films from all Ibero - American countries.

We are thrilled to share this spectacular post covid19 comeback and thank you for supporting us in  helping  to  strengthen the Mission of SLFF in Seattle!

* Seattle Latino Film Festival will strictly follow federal, state and local Covid-19 protocols. Hand sanitizers and masks will be provided on site. Attendees regardless of vaccine status should plan on wearing masks for the movie theater screenings where social distance is not possible.

Location

Seattle Asian Art Museum (View)
1400 East Prospect Street
Seattle, WA 98112
United States

Categories

Film > Festivals

Minimum Age: 17
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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