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Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival 2018

Women in Film

Beautiful films. Great story telling. Several with women making their debut film. Brava!

09/15/2018


Rich Kids

A group of troubled teens from a low-income community break into 'Los Ricos', the local mansion with a border fence, and spend the day pretending to be rich in order to forget their difficult lives. Based on a true story.
4:30 PM

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

Cetaceans

Clara and Alejandro are moving to a new home, but when he goes on a work trip and she stays behind surrounded by the mess of moving boxes, she's compelled to get out andlive new experiences that will lead her to question her life.
7:15 PM

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.

09/28/2018


Fubolistas 4 Life

Futbolistas 4 Life takes you into the lives of two Oakland high schoolers: One living in fear that her undocumented parents may be deported and the other student a college hopeful and DACA applicant. Free screening. Filmmaker in attendance.

09/30/2018


Sniffing Mom

In Havana, Lucas has a psychedelic trip to back to the 80s after snorting his mother’s ashes while on a bender. Lucas becomes his mother. It’s a boundary pushing road trip film full of laughs, sex, Cuban music, and trippy absurdity.
6:30 PM