CineClub México: Hecho en China (Made in China)

CineClub México: Hecho en China (Made in China)

Hecho en China (Made in China), directed by Gabriel Guzmán Sánchez

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020, 7:00 PM
Consulate General of Mexico in Austin
5202 E. Ben White Blvd., Suite 150
Austin TX 78741

FREE and open to the public!

About the Film: MADE IN CHINA is a 2012 Mexican movie directed and written by Gabriel Guzmán Sánchez, and starring Odiseo Bichir. It was filmed in Mexico and first released on March 7th, 2012 at the Guadalajara International Film Festival.

Copresented by Cine Las Americas

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CineClub México: Santitos (Little Saints)

CineClub México: Santitos (Little Saints)

Santitos (Little Saints), directed by Alejandro Springall

Thursday, December 19th, 2019, 7:00 PM
Consulate General of Mexico in Austin
5202 E. Ben White Blvd., Suite 150
Austin TX 78741

FREE and open to the public!

About the Film: SANTITOS (LITTLE SAINTS) is a 1999 film by Mexican film director, Alejandro Springall, the first film he directed. The LA Times described the film as "pure enchantment, a beguiling tale of love, faith and self-discovery told in a colorful, effortless folkloric style by Alejandro Springall." It is based on the novel SANTITOS, by María Amparo Escandón.

Our special guest will be the film's director, Alejandro Springall.

Copresented by Cine Las Americas

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Viva Cinema: Las Acacias

Viva Cinema: Las Acacias

Las Acacias, a film by Pablo Giorgelli

Tuesday, December 17th, 2019, 7:00pm

Reception at 6:00pm; Seating at 6:30pm.

Q&A following film.

Texas Spirit Theater, Bullock Museum
1800 Congress Ave., Austin, TX, 78701
Tel: (512) 936 - 8746

Synopsis: Reluctantly, a dour long-distance truck driver agrees to give a lift to a Paraguayan single mother and her 8-month-old daughter to Buenos Aires. Can the palpable silence soften up the taciturn trucker's sullen heart?

Viva Cinema celebrates the modern cinema of Mexico and beyond. The Bullock Museum is proud to highlight acclaimed films in partnership with Cine Las Americas that feature the rich tradition of Spanish-language and Hispanic-heritage movie-making.

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Community Cinema: Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Community Cinema: Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the Lost City of Gold, a film by James Bobin

Join Cine Las Americas for an evening of Community Cinema, hosted by Mobile Loaves & Fishes at the Community First! Cinema & Amphitheater.

Friday, November 22nd, 2019, 7:30 PM

Movie night at the Mobile Loaves & Fishes Community First! Village. The event is free, however a $5 donation would be highly appreciated. "Doors" at 6:30pm, with events to participate in, followed by screening at 7:30pm.

Community First! Village Amphitheater
9301 Hog Eye Rd, Austin, TX 78724

Synopsis: Dora, a teenage explorer, leads her friends on an adventure to save her parents and solve the mystery behind a lost city of gold.

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CineClub México: La sombra del Caudillo (The Shadow of the Tyrant)

CineClub México: La sombra del Caudillo (The Shadow of the Tyrant)

La sombra del Caudillo (The Shadow of the Tyrant), directed by Julio Bracho

Thursday, November 21st, 2019, 7:00 PM
Consulate General of Mexico in Austin
5202 E. Ben White Blvd., Suite 150
Austin TX 78741

FREE and open to the public!

About the Film: A fierce portrayal of Mexican political power struggles during the 1920s — with darkly etched scenes of death and betrayal — THE SHADOW OF THE TYRANT was banned from public screening until 1990.

Our special guest will be Dr. Samuel Schmidt, political scientist and author.

Copresented by Cine Las Americas

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Viva Cinema: The River and the Wall

Viva Cinema: The River and the Wall

The River and the Wall, a film by Ben Masters

Thursday, November 7th, 2019, 7:00pm

Reception at 6:00pm; Seating at 6:30pm.

Q&A following film.

IMAX Theater, Bullock Museum
1800 Congress Ave., Austin, TX, 78701
Tel: (512) 936 - 8746

Synopsis: Five friends venture into the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands to document the environment before structural changes are made.

Viva Cinema celebrates the modern cinema of Mexico and beyond. The Bullock Museum is proud to highlight acclaimed films in partnership with Cine Las Americas that feature the rich tradition of Spanish-language and Hispanic-heritage movie-making.

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