Making Movies — Diego Chi (from left), Enrique Chi, Brendan Culp and Juan-Carlos Chaurand — hopes to make its Carnaval an annual event. “We thought it would be very cool to curate a festival here that is catered to Latin alternative music,” Enrique Chi says.<252><252>
Making Movies — Diego Chi (from left), Enrique Chi, Brendan Culp and Juan-Carlos Chaurand — hopes to make its Carnaval an annual event. “We thought it would be very cool to curate a festival here that is catered to Latin alternative music,” Enrique Chi says.<252><252> File photo
Making Movies — Diego Chi (from left), Enrique Chi, Brendan Culp and Juan-Carlos Chaurand — hopes to make its Carnaval an annual event. “We thought it would be very cool to curate a festival here that is catered to Latin alternative music,” Enrique Chi says.<252><252> File photo
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Timothy Finn blogs about Kansas City's music scene

Making Movies’ Carnaval will be a festive beginning to a big week

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