SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6TH
SIFF UPTOWN THEATRE
Incomunicado | Incommunicado
An immigrant chooses between his freedom in the United States or saving a young orphaned
boy, after his mother died in a horrific car accident.
Aquí y Allá| Here and There
(México,USA, Spain 112 min., 2012, Spanish & Nahualt w/ English subtitles)
Cast: Pedro De los Santos, Teresa Ramírez Aguirre, Lorena Guadalupe Pantaleón Vázquez
Pedro returns home to his native Mexican mountain village after several years of labor as a
migrant worker in the U.S. His savings have earned him a trip home with the hopes of
providing for his family and becoming a musician. Upon his return, he faces a familiar but
distant wife and teenage daughters who may as well be strangers. This striking film won the
Critics Week award for Best Film at 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
(USA, 107 min., 2013, Spanish & English w/ English subtitles)
Presented by Ana Mari Cause UW's Provost
CUBAMERICAN is the stirring story of how the Cuban Revolution shattered the Cuban family.
Spanning the past 60 years of Cuban history, the film evokes this tragedy and its universal
themes of loss, freedom, assimilation, struggle and triumph through the stories of Cuban exiles
that have achieved acclaim in diverse fields in the U.S.A. and beyond, rendering a mosaic of a
bittersweet exile experience. A pro-immigrant story that grapples with the agony of
displacement, contributes rumination on the future of Cuba, and highlights the absolute need
Seattle Latino Film Festival email@example.com (206) 669 – 3161 (206) 395-8673 www.slff.org
for all of the world's people to be able to freely exercise their fundamental human rights;
CUBAMERICAN is an insightful and powerful experience.