The University of New Mexico's Latin American Iberian Institute hosts Sin Fronteras Film Festival, Friday-Saturday, Feb. 1-2. 

The festival kicks off at 8 p.m. in the Student Union Building, Lobo A,  with a showing of "From the Land to the Table" <¿Que culpa tiene el tomate?>, a documentary featuring the work of seven different directors who examine food, culture and society by looking at popular markets throughout Latin America and Iberia.

On Saturday, Feb. 2, four great films will be shown at the Guild Cinema located at 3405 Central Avenue N.E. Tickets are $4 for students with an ID and $5 for general admission. Day passes are available to students for $12 and $15 for the public. 

For complete schedule, visit Sin Fronteras: Festival of Latin America.

The event is sponsored by LAII, Student Organization for Latin American Studies, UNM El Centro de La Raza, the UNM Graduate and Professional Student Association, Instituto Cervantes of Albuquerque and the Spanish Film Club by PRAGDA.

For more information, contact Sam Johnson at 277-2961, email: sgjohnso@unm.edu