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 […]

Q&A Interview: Diego Miró of ‘Bless Me, Ultima’

Austin native, Diego Miró has made it to the big screen playing the complex character Florence, in the film Bless Me, Ultima. He will be seen in the upcoming film “Now You See Me,” directed by Louis Leterrier.

The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center to present documentary film tribute to Cesar Chavez

The Emma S. Barrientos MACC is presenting A Tribute to Cesar Chavez 2013: Civil Rights Documentary Films on Friday and Saturday. The film screenings focus on the struggle of those, like Cesar Chavez, who fought for civil rights. Cesar E. Chavez was a prominent leader and activist in the 20th century in Latino American civil […]

The Crumbles will screen in Austin as part of the Awkward & Awesome Movie Tour

The Texas bred CTB Productions and Los Angeles life and arts magazine Brooklyn & Boyle will host a premiere screening of the award-winning feature film The Crumbles this Friday, Mar. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Santa Cruz Center for Culture. The film centers around a group of friends and their developing relationships as they […]

Movie Review: Acclaimed novel ‘Bless Me, Ultima’ brought to life on big screen

Writer/director Carl Franklin takes on ‘Bless Me, Ultima’, Rudolfo Anaya’s critically acclaimed 1972 novel that has become one of the all-time bestselling Chicano books. The powerful script and images unraveled a new story that stays true to the novel’s meaning.AC

The Puro Chingon Social Club presents ‘Y Tu Mamá También’ at The North Door

The North Door invites movie-goers to their Free Film Tuesday’s event that includes props, trivia, and prizes. The new hosts that will be presenting Latino-themed films and programs is The Puro Chingon Social Club. On Tuesday, Feb. 12, join them as they present Y Tu Mamá También. The Puro Chingon Social Club is a relatively […]

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, […]

[1/27] Preview: ‘Bay of All Saints’ at Alamo Drafthouse Village

Bay of All Saints—the 2012 South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival Audience Award Winner for Best Documentary Feature — will be screening as part of the Cine Las Americas Signature Series on Jan. 27. This award-winning documentary focuses on the lives and stories of three single mothers as they face harsh living conditions in their […]

Cine Las Americas presents ‘A Decade of Comedy in Latin American Cinema’

Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center in collaboration with Cine Las Americas presents: ‘A Decade of Comedy in Latin American Cinema.’

[1/27] Preview: Bay of All Saints at Alamo Drafthouse Village

Bay of All Saints—the 2012 South By Southwest Film Festival Audience Award Winner for Best Documentary Feature — will be screening as part of the Cine Las Americas Signature Series on Sunday, Jan. 27. This award-winning documentary focuses on the lives and stories of three single mothers as they face harsh living conditions in their […]