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Cine+Mas SF is proud to be co-presenting this film with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The new film by maverick Mexican filmmaker Carlos Reygadas is his most personal and challenging work to date. Post Tenebras Lux (“After darkness, light” in Latin) … Continue reading
Our programming team has been screening, discussing, arguing and carefully deciding on the final few films that will makeup the official selection for our film festival, which kicks off September 15th. If you’ve submitted a film, hold tight. You will … Continue reading
June 23, 7PM join us at IcTus Gallery for the special event screening of “IMMIGRATION NATION: The Battle for the Dream!” It’s part of our encore screening series Cine+Mas SF @ The IcTus. The IcTus is located at 1769 15th … Continue reading
The Mexican Revolution was the first major revolution to be filmed. The Storm that Swept Mexico incorporates photographs and motion pictures from these earliest days of cinema, many of which have never before been seen outside of Mexico. Ten years … Continue reading
SOMArts Theatre in San Francisco will screen seven films, followed by a Q&A session and reception with the filmmakers on Sunday, March 13 from noon – 8:00 p.m. This free one-day-only San Francisco film festival celebrates crossings and dismantling of … Continue reading
The 18th annual San Diego Latino Film Festival kicks off tonight with a screening of the highly anticipated thriller Somos Lo Que Hay, a Canana film about cannibals in modern day Mexico City. We’re excited to see it along with … Continue reading