Described as an “instant camp classic,” Mi Gran Noche/My Big Night is the work of Spanish cinematic provocateur Álex de la Iglesia (Acción Mutante, The Day of the Beast, The Last Circus, Witching & Bitching, The Ferpect Crime). Set in a TV studio during an advance taping of a New Year’s Eve special, this chaotic comedy involves a number of storylines. A crane falls on an actor, riots erupt outside the studio, an aging crooner is marked for assassination and two extras fall in love. And that’s just for starters. The National Hispanic Cultural Center presents a free screening of the 2015 comedy this Thursday, Dec. 13, starting at 7pm. The film is presented in Spanish with English subtitles. Admission is free, but tickets need to be picked up starting one hour before showtime at the NHCC’s Bank of America Theatre box office (1701 Fourth Street SW).