The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston continues to present its film series The History Through Cinema.
It is a program of 16 current Latin American and Spanish films that give an account of Hispanic-American history from the 15th century to the present.
This Wednesday May 22nd @6pm, we present the film: José Martí: The Eye of the Canary by Fernando Pérez Valdés.
This film kicks off the second part of series, which is titled: LIBERATORS & REVOLUTION focused on the history of 18th - 19th century.
The festival lasts until November, and are shown the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.
The screenings are completely free and open to the public.
The movies will include English subtitles and free popcorn. [Organizer's description]
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