Ollin: Social Justice Series

Ollin: Social Justice Film Series is dedicated to exploring social justice themes through film. Panel discussions with local advocates and elected officials follow the films. Presented by Latino Network, this year's films explore the theme of Leadership. 

Latino Network’s mission is to positively transform the lives of Latino youth, families, and communities. Our vision is a day when Latino communities are thriving, engaged, and influential. We serve more than 3,500 youth and families in Portland metro area with education, civic leadership, and family stability programs. 

Pronounced ALL-in, Ollin is derived from the ancient Nahuatl words "yollotl," meaning heart, and "yolistli," meaning life.  An expression of immense depth that conveys intense and immediate movement, Ollin means to move and act now with all your heart.

Proceeds from this film series will go to Latino Network’s advocacy efforts.



Ollin: Social Justice Film Series presents director Gregory Nava’s stunning and dramatic bio-pic SELENA! Released in 1997, SELENA is a biographical musical d...
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Monday, July 09

Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America

Ollin: Social Justice Film Series presents director Rodrigo H. Vila’s documentary film MERCEDES SOSA: THE VOICE OF LATIN AMERICA! Released in 2013, this docu...
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Monday, July 23


Julie Taymor’s biopic drama, FRIDA! Released in 2002, FRIDA is a dramatic retelling of artist Frida Kahlo’s private and professional life as an international...
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Wednesday, August 08