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Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival 2018

Stay Woke

These documentaries shed light on some important figures  in history connected to struggles for Civil Rights, Labor, and self-determination. Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez are iconic figures. There are a few others.

09/15/2018


Have You Seen Her, La Misión?

This 20th year anniversary retrospective showcases the varied responses to the transformations experienced in the Mission District during the late 1990s dot.com boom. All the filmmakers-- most Mission born and/or residents, several making their first film--represent locations and people in remarkably personal voices and dynamic film styles.
5:00 PM

09/17/2018


1950 Nationalist Uprising

The story of five revolutionaries who fought to free Puerto Rico from the United States of America. Hear their stories, their struggles and the impact it had on their lives.

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.

They Called Me King Tiger

What happened to Chicano leader Reies Lopez Tijerina AKA King Tiger? In 1967, he was involved in the armed take over of a court house in New Mexico. It resulted in the biggest manhunt ever.
7:30 PM
ATA

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

09/29/2018


1950: Nationalist Uprising

The story of five revolutionaries who fought to free Puerto Rico from the United States of America. Hear their stories, their struggles and the impact it had on their lives.