The first Los Angeles International Latino Film Festival continues through Sunday at the Alfred Hitchcock Theatre complex on the Universal Studios lot. Today's highlights include:
* "Pretty Vacant": A short feature by Jim Mendiola about a perennial junior college student, nascent filmmaker, incurable romantic and drummer for the all-girl band Aztlan-a-Go-Go. (2:30 p.m.; screening room 2)
* "Lena's Dream": L.A. premiere of a feature by Heather Johnston and Gordon Eriksen about a Latina actress at a career crossroad. (6:15 p.m.; screening room 3)
* "A Day Without a Mexican": A mock documentary by Sergio Arau and Yareli Arizmendi about the practical calamity that would ensue if every Latino in California disappeared overnight. (6:45 p.m., screening room 2)
* "La Bamba": A 10th anniversary screening of Luis Valdez's feature about the tragic career of rock legend Ritchie Valens. (8 p.m.; Hitchcock Theatre)
Admission is $5. Information: (213) 960-2419.