The second annual edition of this touring festival hits D.C. starting today, Friday, July 30. Six Latino-themed films will screen over the next week: the Mexican drama The Kid: Chamaco co-starring Martin Sheen; the Mexican thriller Backyard co-starring Jimmy Smits; the American Chasing 3000, the true story of two brothers who drive cross-country to see their hero, baseball great Roberto Clemente; the Brazilian comedy Diva / In Therapy, about a mother having a mid-life crisis; the biopic Tropico de Sangre, about the Mirabel sisters, who were assassinated while fighting to topple a Dominican dictator; and the Spanish/Mexican thriller Solo Quiero Caminar, about violent Mexican drug traffickers and co-starring Diego Luna and Victoria Abril. Various times to Thursday, Aug. 5. Landmark's E Street Cinema, 555 11th St. NW. Call 202-452-7672 or visit landmarktheatres.com.