Events

8th Annual San Francisco Latino Film Festival

Cine+Más SF

When: September 16, 2016 - October 1, 2016

Where: Different Locations

20160916 20161001 America/Los_Angeles 8th Annual San Francisco Latino Film Festival September 16-October 1, 2016 SAN FRANCISCO / OAKLAND / BERKELEY Sept 16-Oct 1, 2016 INFO:  http://www.sflatinofilmfestival.org or call 415-754-9580. For tickets visit www.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006.   Cine+Más SF presents the San Francisco Latino Film Festival (September 16-October 1, 2016) in theatres and cultural centers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, screening award winning and … Continued Different Locations
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September 16-October 1, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO / OAKLAND / BERKELEY
Sept 16-Oct 1, 2016
INFO:  http://www.sflatinofilmfestival.org or call 415-754-9580.
For tickets visit www.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006.

 

Cine+Más SF presents the San Francisco Latino Film Festival (September 16-October 1, 2016) in theatres and cultural centers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, screening award winning and critically acclaimed documentary and feature films throughout Latin America, South America and the USA. The audience will have the opportunity to participate in discussions with local and visiting filmmakers after many of the screenings.

 

The Festival is excited to announce this year it will open at the new Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in the Mission District and takes the program to cultural centers in the Bay Area including the Roxie Theater, Yerba Buena Gardens, de Young Museum and the Eastside Cultural Center. Films are screened in their original language with English subtitles.

 

CMSFLFF opens this edition with ALMA (Chile / Argentina), West Coast Premiere, a romantic comedy directed and written by Diego Rougher. Filmmaker invited. Fernando is married to Alma, a very funny woman with bipolar disorder, who kicks him out of the house when she learns that he can no longer put up with her. When Alma meets an Argentine suitor, Fernando realizes that he still loves her. Is it too late?

 

A short list of this year’s program includes:

 

H.O.M.E by Daniel Maldonado from New York City. Jeremy Ray Valdez (La Mission) plays a young man with Asperger’s Syndrome who finds respite in the subways of New York City. .
SACRED SACRAMENT by Lionel Desai, San Francisco filmmaker. Familiar sights and faces from the Mission. Boy coming to terms with separation from his mother who was deported as he prepares for his first communion while staying at adoptive family.
SIEMBRA by Samuel Henriquez from Colombia. Drama set in Colombia’s Pacific Coast about a fisherman displaced by the armed conflict yearning to return to his land.
LIBERTAD by Claire Weissbluth, a San Francisco filmmakers. A short film profiling a transgender indigenous woman from Oaxaca whose life transcends borders.
CRAVING CUBA by Zuzy Martin Lynch and Rick Lynch, San Francisco filmmakers. A documentary about Cuban-American’s nostalgia and yearning to travel and connect with Cuba. Subjects include Jessica Aguirre (NBC news anchor), George Gascon (San Francisco District Attorney), and  singer/actor Carlos Ponce.

 

ABOUT CINE+MAS SF

Cine+Más SF contributes to the Bay Area’s active and diverse arts scene through the Latino Film Festival, year-round programming and special events centered on Latino arts- including the visual, performance, and literary arts. The Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival showcases the work of emerging and established filmmakers from the US, Latin America, Spain and Portugal. It is a celebration of the latest work emerging from the 20+ countries with which we share a bond. Visit: SFLatinoFilmFestival.org for more information.

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