Los Mangos Library Announces May Film Screenings

Jorge Chávez
Apr. 20, 2016

The Film Club at Los Mangos Public Library has announced their screenings for the month of May. Film screenings at Los Mangos take place at the renowned cultural center every Wednesday and Friday at 7 pm, in their air-conditioned Cine Club, a comfortable, intimate space with capacity for 25 or-so film buffs.

Through the years, the Film Club at Los Mangos has endeavored to screen a carefully-curated, eclectic selection of art films from all eras and corners of the globe, building a group of steady followers who attend on a regular basis and discuss the films after they are over. Regardless of their origin, and to favor the local population, all films are screened with Spanish subtitles.

This coming month, the Wednesday series focuses on “Different Love,” and it includes the following films:

  • May 4Waterloo Bridge (1940, US), directed by Melvyn LeRoy • English
  • May 11Gilda (1946, US), directed by Charles Vidor • English
  • May 18Un Homme et Une Femme  (1966, France), directed by Claude Lelouch • French
  • May 25Happy Times (2000, China), directed by Zhang Yimou • Mandarin

The Friday series is titled “Neorealism,” and it includes the following films directed by Vittorio De Sica:

The screenings are free, but a minimum $20 peso contribution per person is expected, to continue offering screenings and other interesting events at Los Mangos. Los Mangos Library is located along Francisco Villa Avenue, near Costco. For more information, please visit their website.


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