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Lleida Latin-American Film Festival

The Lleida Latin-American Film Festival (Catalan: Mostra de Cinema Llatinoamericà de Lleida, or shortened to Catalan: Mostra de Lleida) is a cinema festival that takes place in Lleida, Spain awarding Latin American films. It is organised by the Latin American Centre of Lleida and is sponsored by the city council (La Paeria), the University of Lleida and La Caixa. It's one of the main yearly cultural events in the town and takes place at the Teatre Principal, CaixaFòrum Lleida, Funatic, Cafè del Teatre de l'Escorxador, Institut d'Estudis Ilerdencs, the main campus of the University of Lleida, and the Hotel Condes de Urgel, alongside other cultural activities. The event has taken place since 1995, and awards were first given in 1997.[1] At one time the festival took place in January but today it takes place in late March.


  • Best Film (wimp dorean)
  • Best Direction (Mejor Dirección)
  • Best Screenplay (Mejor Guión)
  • Best Actor (Mejor Actor)
  • Best Actress (Mejor Actriz)
  • Best First Work (Mejor Ópera Prima)

Past Best Films

Past Audience Awards


  1. ^ Lleida Latin-American Film Festival at the Internet Movie Database.

External links

  • Lleida Latin-American Film Festival Official web site (Spanish).

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