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The 38th annual Chicago Latino Film Festival films will be shown at Chi Town Movies Drive-In, Landmark Century Center, and virtually. (Courtesy CLFF)

Festival organizers say they try to highlight first time directors, films made by women, and stories about marginalized communities including LGBTQ people, indigenous people, and Black Latinos; expanding on the original mission to create a platform for Latino filmmakers and stories. 

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Latinos are easy to spot at movie theaters, but not so much on the big screen. A one-on-one conversation with the director of the Chicago Latino Film Festival.