San Diego's annual Latino Film Festival will happen in March, and as always, they'll present a wide variety of the best and latest Latin American and U.S. Latino films, including El Clan and La Calle de la Amargura. A couple more highlights:
Magallanes sees his humdrum life turn upside down the day Celina, a women he met in the violent years when he was a soldier with the Peruvian Army, jumps into his taxi in a Lima street. This unexpected re-encounter after 25 years with the dark past that unites them prompts Magallanes to embark on a daring plan, to help Celina get money and find his own redemption.
Malaventura (Misadventure), Mexico
On the way to the party of the year, four friends decide to play a joke that triggers a series of events that unfold throughout the day. When arrested, their friendship is tested and faces some tough personal decisions.
San Diego: March 10 - 20. See the festival website for details.