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2016 was a promising year for Latino film exhibition in the Bay Area

The year 2016 brought many changes to the film industry, and witnessed the birth of an initiative in San Francisco to show Spanish-language films on a continuous basis. The world’s film production is bigger than ever. Digital technology makes it … Continue reading

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2016 fue un año prometedor para la exhibición de cine latino en el Área de la Bahía

El año 2016 trajo consigo muchos cambios a la industria del cine, y vio nacer una iniciativa en San Francisco para mostrar cine de habla hispana de manera continuada. La producción cinematográfica mundial es mayor que nunca. La tecnología digital … Continue reading

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Director Arturo González Villaseñor on ‘Las Patronas,’ the women who feed immigrants on their way to the U.S.

First time filmmaker Arturo González Villaseñor has been traveling to film festivals to present his documentary Llévate mis amores to enthusiastic audiences across the U.S. and Mexico. The film tells the story of Las Patronas, a group of women in … Continue reading

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Cine latino at the 58th San Francisco International Film Festival

The longest-running film festival in the Americas is here. Running through May 7, the 58th San Francisco International Film Festival will showcase more than 100 narrative, documentary, and short films. In the words of Rachel Rosen, director of programming, San … Continue reading

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