Oakland art show this weekend

If you’re a fan of fine art, this show should not be missed:

“Foundation” an exhibition of new art works by Francisco Franco and Poesia at Old Crow Tattoo & Gallery 362 Grand Ave Oakland, CA.

January 15 at 8 PM – Sunday at 12 AM.

Don’t forget, the San Francisco Latino Film Festival’s call for film entries is now live and open to films made by or about Latinos from the U.S. and abroad. To qualify, films must be made between 2008 and now. Short and feature films are welcome. Deadline to submit is June 1, 2011.

Click here for our PDF entry form. Good luck.



Obama’s memorial speech

In case you missed it, here is video of Obama’s memorial remarks in Arizona. It’s a must see.

Way to go Dan Hernandez. We’ll be keeping an eye out for you.

In other news, don’t forget our call for entries is now live, click here for our PDF entry form. Films made by or about Latinos are welcome to enter, short and feature films. Good luck to you.

“I hope you help those in need.” Christina Taylor Green



Call for entry update

We’ve made a change to our call for entry form which you can view here in PDF. Official Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Entry Form.

The programming team looks forward to seeing your work. The call to enter is open to films made by or about Latinos from the U.S. and abroad. To qualify, films must be made between 2008 and now and short and feature films are welcome. Deadline to submit is June 1, 2011. Good luck.

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Update



January 10, 2011 —  Call for entries

Call for entries for this year’s Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival.  Documentaries, features, shorts, animation, narrative films- all welcome.  We’re accepting entries produced from 2008 to 2o11. Here’s Cine+MasSF_LatinoFilmFestival_2011_Entry.  Deadline is June. Festival dates September 15-25th, 2011.

September 28, 2010

Cine+Más SF is proud to announce the winners of this year’s Comcast Cinelatino Audience Choice Award:

Documentary Feature: The Wall, directed by Ricardo Martinez from the USA

Narrative Feature: La Yuma, directed by Florence Jaguey from Nicaragua

News release

September 27, 2010

That’s a wrap! ¡Cerramos!

Thanks to the volunteers, audience, filmmakers, community partners, and our sponsors. It takes all these components to bring the festival to life. Thanks for your support! We’ll have an announcement this week for the Comcast Cinelatino Audience Choice Award…Sign up for our newsletter through our website to learn about offers only extended to newsletter subscribers.