The Culinary Arts program at St. Augustine College is honored to provide the food that will be serve at the three ceremonies of the Chicago Latino Film Festival: Opening Night (April 5); the reception for the film Directors (April 14), and Closing Night (April 19).

In the Charlie Chaplin Auditorium of St. Augustine College, where the Chicago Latino Film Festival was born, will held the Reception for the film Directors (April 14) and the exhibition of the Chilean film “Looking for a boyfriend … for my wife”, by director Diego Rougier. Lunch and snacks were prepared by the chef and students of the Culinary Arts program. An event coordinated by the literature professor Alejandro Ferrer.

“It is a pleasure for me to return to St. Augustine College. Now we are going to celebrate 34 years of existence and I will never forgot the humble birth at the Charlie Chaplin,” said Jose Vargas, founder and executive director of the Chicago International Latino Cultural Center, the institution that organizes the film festival. “Personally, I am happy to have the opportunity to help St. Augustine College spread its message of raising the level of the Hispanic community with its educational programs, through the Film Festival”.