Free open-level conversation opportunities.
This program features Ibero-American dances and song-dances, including folias, jácaras, and fandangos, from the Renaissance to the present.
Free open-level informal conversation workshops and Game Nights for Portuguese learners.
A free, family-friendly event to promote the image of Portugal and the visibility of the Portuguese community and its ancestry in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Dance all over Boston to Latin favorites at this free summer concert series!
Aprende sobre la plaza Hyde en la década de 1840 cuando los inmigrantes alemanes e irlandeses transformaron el vecindario con sus negocios, escuelas e instituciones.
The Swiss-born eclectic jazz vocalist Gabriela Martina will team with Ukrainian born pianist Maxim Lubarsky.
double bill: Alfredo Rodríguez and Pedrito Martinez, and Arturo O’Farril
Sofia Rei is an award winning vocalist, songwriter and producer form Buenos Aires, Argentina and based in New York City.
Cantata Latinoamericana is a compilation of the best of the repertoire of different Latin American composers.
BLIFF co-sponsors a few films in the International Film Festival Boston
Eric M. Corvalán Pelle, an award-winning Cuban filmmaker will be showing his film, Race/Raza and commenting on it.
In April, MFA Film presents a crop of new films by emerging filmmakers from Mexico, including Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-winning Roma (a film that deserves to be seen on the big screen); the exquisite drama Our Time, about a couple who raise fighting bulls in the Mexican countryside; and the documentary Mamacita, a portrait of the filmmaker’s grandmother, an extravagant beauty queen.
Co-presented with the Boston Latino International Film Festival.
During his visit to the Harvard Film Archive, João Moreira Salles will present and discuss two of his finest films, each an insightful and introspective remembrance of things past that explores documentary cinema as an inherently personal mode of filmmaking, inherently shaped by its maker with an intimacy and immediacy all too often occulted. Santiago and In the Intense Now offer profoundly cinematic history lessons that show film to be both a window—looking out with perspicacity over the world, and over the past—and a mirror that reflects its maker and the spectator, revealing the limits of their vision.
Harp virtuoso Edmar Castañeda combines traditional music with Latin jazz
The films of French-Colombian Laura Huertas Millán (b. 1983) challenge and expand traditions of ethnographic and anthropological cinema as they explore a range of subjects both grounded in a particular time and place and floating in a kind of imaginary.
Father-daughter duo Kianí and Jerry Medina are some of the most talented and requested voices of Puerto Rico.