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Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival 2018

Alamo Drafthouse Screenings Sept 14-20

The Alamo Drafthouse hosts seven screenings starting on opening night. Enjoy this landmark space!

09/14/2018


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.

09/15/2018


Oso Polar

A man, gay and still in the closet, gives his former bullies a ride to a school reunion.

09/16/2018


Salt

A man looks for his lost father but suddenly an accident leaves him injured and stranded in the desert. Cared by a couple in the middle of nowhere will find what he was looking for.

09/17/2018


Without Leon

Flavia is a young widow in mourning and needs move on but her connection with her stepdaughter complicates that goal.

09/18/2018


In Exile: A Family Story

The Spanish Civil War left a million dead and over 500,000 refugees. Mexico welcomed about 20,000. Among them were the filmmaker’s grandparents, parents, and some of their friends. These are some of their stories.

09/19/2018


Singing Our Way to Freedom

A vibrant, multilayered look at the life of Chicano musician, composer and community activist, Ramon 'Chunky' Sanchez

09/20/2018


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.