Cine+Mas SF / San Francisco Latino Film Festival

The Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival runs from September 14-30 showcasing the best indie films from US and Latin America

This year the first week will pack the majority of the films and programs. See schedule below to plan your fest. Most films only screen once.

See award winning and critically acclaimed documentaries, feature and short films from Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Cuba, Peru, and the USA. Local and visiting filmmakers from around the country and Latin America will be in attendance.

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Opening Night Friday events:

 

Alamo Drafthouse
September 14th 7pm- Ruben Blades Is Not My Name This film is going to sell out.

Also on opening night: Roxie Theater:
September 14th 7pm- Close To Home Shorts Program. (SOLD OUT)
September 14th 9:15pm – The Beast In the Jungle. Drama from Brazil.

Free after-party!

 

The schedule:

Scouring the Americas for some great films — about famed singers from Panama, queer psychedelic trips in Cuba, Chicano heroes in New Mexico, even ayahuasca chants in the Amazon — the festival has assembled a wonderfully diverse slate.

Add in the fact that they’ve curated them into separate banners like “LGBT,” “Love & Things,” “Women in Film” and “Stay Woke” alongside some great short films, and you have yourself a fest that San Fran moviegoers can’t afford to miss.

Check out all films at Roxie Theater.

 

Our favorite films!

 

RUBEN BLADES IS NOT MY NAME
Opening Night Film! Latin American icon Ruben Blades was at the center of the New York Salsa revolution in the 1970’s.The film is a celebration of this living legend and his struggle to come to terms with his legacy. More info: HERE
Sept 14 7pm @ Alamo & Sept 29 5pm @ Roxie
INDESTRUCTIBLE, THE SOUL OF SALSA
Documentary that takes a visual journey through the history of salsa, from its birth until Diego El Cigala publishes in 2016 the album Indestructible, which revisits classical salsa and also adds a flamenco soul. A feature film dedicated to the love of music and in which salsa is the guiding light. More info: HERE
Sept 15 7:15pm @ Roxie & Sept 20 7pm @ Alamo
SINGING OUR WAY TO FREEDOM
A vibrant, multilayered look at the life of Chicano musician, composer and community activist, Ramon ‘Chunky’ Sanchez. More info: HERE
Sept 20 7:00pm @ Alamo
La Bohemia, 2905 23rd St, 287

 

All the films!

 

Must-see films:

10 Must-See Movies at the 2018 San Francisco Latino Film Festival.

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