Queer Latin American Cinema: A Celebration of LGBTQ+ Voices

Join Coral Gables Art Cinema for a special film series every Thursday in June, showcasing the vibrant and diverse stories of Latin America's LGBTQ+ community

Queer Latin American Cinema: A Celebration of LGBTQ+ Voices

Dates: Through June 27, 2024
Day & Time: Every Thursday at 9:00 PM

Venue: Coral Gables Art Cinema, Coral Gables, FL

Celebrate Pride Month with an enriching cinematic journey through the Queer Latin American Cinema Series at Coral Gables Art Cinema. This June, dive into a selection of powerful films that highlight the voices and stories of the Latin American LGBTQ+ community.

Film Schedule:

  • June 6: I Carry You With Me
    A poignant love story that spans decades and borders, exploring the profound connection between two men whose lives are intertwined by fate.

  • June 13: The Place Without Limits
    Set in a small Mexican village, this classic film delves into themes of gender identity and societal norms through the story of a brothel owner and her transgender daughter.

  • June 20: Anhell69
    A haunting yet beautiful tale that navigates the complexities of identity, love, and belonging in a surreal landscape.

  • June 27: Raw Session
    A raw and intimate exploration of desire, art, and self-expression within the Latin American queer community.

Coral Gables Art Cinema, South Florida's premier nonprofit cinema, is dedicated to presenting the best in independent, foreign, and cult classic films, with screenings in both digital and 35mm and 70mm formats. This series is an excellent opportunity to experience the richness of queer Latin American cinema and engage with stories that resonate deeply within the LGBTQ+ community.


  • Event: Queer Latin American Cinema Series
  • Location: Coral Gables Art Cinema, Coral Gables, FL
  • Dates: Every Thursday through June 27, 2024
  • Time: 9:00 PM

Don’t miss this chance to celebrate Pride Month with a unique film series that honors the vibrant and diverse voices of Latin America's LGBTQ+ filmmakers