[12/17] Preview: Cine Las Americas and Violet Crown Cinema present screening of ‘La Jaula De Oro’

Wednesday, Dec. 17, Cine Las Americas (CLA) and Violet Crown Cinema will present the screening of La Jaula De Oro (The Golden Dream), a film by Diego Quemada-Díez. The screening will be presented as part of the Violet Crown Cinema’s Arthouse Monthly, an ongoing series showcasing internationally acclaimed art cinema. The film was a 2013 […]

[11/15] Preview: Cine Las Americas and ACC to screen ‘Granito: How to Nail a Dictator’

Cine Las Americas International Film Festival along with the Peace and Conflicts Program at Austin Community College present the social movement documentary Granito: How to Nail a Dictator on Nov. 15.

(11/3) Preview: Cine Las Americas presents dinner and a movie featuring ‘Cronos’

Join Cine Las Americas as they present the notable director Guillermo del Toro’s first feature film, Cronos on Sunday, Nov. 3. It’s a dinner and a movie.

Cine Las Americas presents screening of ‘A Migrant’s Masterpiece: The Life and Legacy of Patrick Flores’

Tonight at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (ESB-MACC) local-nonprofit Cine Las Americas will present the free screening of nationally recognized documentarian Hector Galán’s film, A Migrant’s Masterpiece the Life and Legacy of Patrick Flores.  Tonight’s screening is part of a new Cine Las Americas series titled Las Movies: Mexican American Cinema. The series will continue through […]

Preview: (10/1) ‘La Maleta Mexicana’ screens at UT Belo Center

Cine Las Americas and UT have collaborated to present the documentary film La Maleta Mexicana (The Mexican Suitcase). Director Trisha Ziff will be in attendance on Oct. 1, the day of the screening.

Pablo Berger’s ‘Blancanieves’ takes Snow White to a new perspective

The 16th Cine Las America’s International Film Festival opened up on a spectacular note at the Stateside Theatre on April 16 with Pablo Berger’s Blancanieves. Blancanieves is the retelling of the Grimm brother’s classic, Snow White, set in 1920s Spain through a black and white silent film. The film has a very unique take on […]

Five must see films at the 16th Cine Las Americas Film Festival

The 16th Cine Las Americas Film Festival will begins today opening with Blancanieves, the film that represent Spain in the 2012 Academy Awards, at the Stateside Theatre. Film Passes are on sale and individual tickets are available as well. Venues for the film screenings include the Stateside Theatre, Alamo Drafthouse Village, Emma S. Barrientos Mexican […]

Cine Las Americas announces opening and closing films for 16th International Film Festival

It is the time of the year for the Cine Las Americas International Film Festival to begin. Cine Las Americas has announced their opening and closing night screenings for the 16th film festival which will be running April 16 to 21. The opening film will be Pablo Berger’s Blancanieves which will inaugurate the festival at […]

Austin Jewish Film Festival with Cine Las Americas presents Argentinean film ‘Anita’

In collaboration with the Austin Jewish Film Festival, Cine Las Americas will be presenting an Argentinean drama titled Anita as part of their Signature Series at the Alamo Drafthouse Village on Mar. 31 at 4 p.m. Anita is a 2009 drama by Marcos Canevale from Argentina that follows a young woman named Anita who has […]

Cine Las Americas presents ‘Temporada de patos’ at the MACC

As part of their series A Decade of Comedy in Latin America cinema, Cine Las Americas in collaboration with the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC), will be screening Temporada de patos. Temporada de patos is about 14-year-old Flama and Moko who are spending their Sunday afternoon alone at Flama’s apartment with soda, […]