Vistas Film Festival

The Vistas Film Festival is an international Latino film festival in Dallas, Texas featuring works by or about Latinos from across the world. Each year, more than 40 films are showcased over four days at the Angelika Film Center and the Dallas Museum of Art, including feature films, documentaries, short films, retrospectives, animated films and more. Since its inception in 1999, the Vistas Film Festival has presented more than 150 films from over 20 countries, not including the dozens of films that have been screened as part of the Vistas Film Festival monthly screening series. Additionally, dozens of international filmmakers have attended the Vistas Film Festival and participated in Q&A and "Coffee With A Filmmaker" sessions. The Vistas Film Festival is a program of the Herculano & Elida Hernandez Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation devoted to promoting Latino culture through arts and education.


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