The border-busting Spanish language film festival, put together by UNM's Student Organization for Latin American Studies, returns for another outing. Among the selections this year are the outrageous Argentine black comedy Wild Tales, a documentary about global tourism called Gringo Trails and Anna Muylaert's dramatic examination of Brazilian nannies, Que Horas Ela Volta? (The Second Mother). A total of five films will be shown over three days. Admission is free, but seating is limited. Go to solasunm.org/2016 for a complete listing of films and times.