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This celebration of Spanish and Latin American film turns 17 in 2011. In conjunction with this year's festival there will be an exhibition - Biografias - from leading Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz. The festival runs at Manchester's Cornerhouse Cinema from March 5 to 27.
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The effect of childhood abuse on a young girl, both at the time and in later life.
Ensemble comedy drama, in which a slimming class self-help group find that weight is the least of their problems.
A boy and his pals in a mountainside village find their lives under the threat of conflict.
Passionate melodrama set against the backdrop of post-Revolution Mexco.
The lives of a group of Chileans interconnect with absurdly comic consequences.
The story of Pablo Escobar - as recounted by his son and widow.
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