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7th annual San Francisco Latino Film Festival

7th annual San Francisco Latino Film Festival.

Over 40 films, parties and events to experience!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latinofilmfestival?pnref=story

Website: http://www.sflatinofilmfestival.org

Summary:

The festival opens with A SEPARATE WIND from Mexico.

After parties at the Verdi Club with Candelaria then on Saturday Sept 19 at Brick and Mortar- with Bang Data & Boca floja performing.

Over 40 films screening- most just once. Catch a film, meet other film lovers, have fun. There's something for everyone.

Tickets:

Tickets and passes are now available through Brown Paper Tickets, you may purchase here:  CMSF7 Tickets

 



Schedule: 

Link: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/browse.html?keywords=producer:cinemassf

 

Sept 18 Opening Night
"A Separate Wind" / Viento Aparte at Brava! For Women in the Arts
After Party at Verdi Club. Candelaria Band

Sept 18 Friday Nights at the De Young, Screening

Sept 19-24 Roxie Theater

Sept 19- Brick & Mortar- Party with Bang Data

Sept 19-21 Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

Sept 24 The Red Poppy Art House

Sept 25 EastSide Cultural Center

Sept 26-27 La Pena Cultural Center

More:

The Cine+Mas San Francisco Latino Film Festival has a lot of ground to cover, geographically speaking, and does an excellent job of surveying contemporary realities and attitudes in Latin, South America, Cuba and the U.S. diaspora.

They have a talent for picking kinetic, alive films that would otherwise never play the Bay Area.

The festival unspools Sept. 18-28 at the Roxie, Brava Theatre and the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.

 

 

The organization:

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 coming out of the 20+ countries with which we share a bond.