Fiction Film Short List for #CMSF6

Fiction Films

We Are Mari Pepa
There’s more to life than a battle of the bands with your new punk band. Endearing fun film with four teens coming of age. From Mexico.
Lion’s Heart
A blockbuster comedy from Argentina about a very short and confident man that woos a beautiful tall woman.
– Melaza
A sensitive Cuban romantic drama involving a young couple struggling to make ends meet and supporting each other along the way.
Summer of the Flying Fish
Manena goes on vacation with her father, Francisco, to a southern part of Chile. She realizes his obsession with killing all the carp in his artificial lagoon is angering the local Mapuche tribe, so she has to stop him before he pushes them too far.
Listed above is a short-list of some of the films in each section.   There are 42 films including shorts from 16 countries. Shorts are paired with some feature films and others are part of a program.  There are several shorts programs including: Made in San Francisco, Not So Short Shorts, and shorts programs at alternative venues like the Red Poppy Art House and Galeria de La Raza.

Ticketing is up for #CMSF6 San Francisco Latino Film Festival

4x6_postcardVisit the tab #CMSF6 to see films listed under Narrative, Documentary or Shorts. Tickets on sale through BrownPaperTickets.com or you can call 1-800-838-3006 English/Español.

Visita la pestaña # CMSF6 para ver las películas que figuran bajo Ficcion, Documental o Cortometrajes. Entradas a la venta a través de BrownPaperTickets.com o puede llamar al 1-800-838-3006 Inglés / Español.

 

 

Documentary Short List for #CMSF6

Bill #945 / Proyecto No. 945
US declared war on drugs tears up countries- Mexico, Colombia. Uruguay flpped the script and legalized it.  See how it came about happened.
The Hand That Feeds
Immigrant workers take on Corporate America in New York City by launching a labor battle.
Rumba Clave Blem Blem Blem
A song of praise to the musical genre of rumba in New York City revealing the vibrant Afro-Cuban culture of the city and unraveling the African and Andalusian origins of rumba. Follows ordinary people and famous musicians through the dances, drums, and clave rhythm of the genre.

We’re really excited about the line up. Visit our website to read all the details. We’ll profile here a short-list of some of the films in each section.   There are 42 films including shorts from 23 countries. Shorts are paired with some feature films and others are part of a program.  There are several shorts programs including: Made in San Francisco, Not So Short Shorts, and shorts programs at alternative venues like the Red Poppy Art House and Galeria de La Raza.

 Listed above is a short-list of some of the films in each section.   There are 42 films including shorts from 16 countries. Shorts are paired with some feature films and others are part of a program.  There are several shorts programs including: Made in San Francisco, Not So Short Shorts, and shorts programs at alternative venues like the Red Poppy Art House and Galeria de La Raza.

Short Film- Short List #CMSF6

Chub
A kid gets his bike stolen by the school bully. In the plight to get it back, Chub forms an unlikely friendship with the school rebel setting them on a course that will transform their lives forever.
South American Cho-Low
Low-rider car culture, cholo fashion and swagger has taken root in Brazil. Examines São Paulo’s fascinating cultura chicana, the Portuguese name given to the scene inspired by Los Angeles lowrider and gang culture.
Alma y Esperanza
The story of a girl and her grandmother who meet in a moment of grief. Alma a ten-year old girl living in the United States. Esperanza her 75 year old grandmother living in an indigenous community in the Mexican mountains. The girl and her grandmother have never met before.
We’re really excited about the line up.  This a short-list of some of the films in each section.   There are 42 films including shorts from 16 countries. Shorts are paired with some feature films and others are part of a program.  There are several shorts programs including: Made in San Francisco, Not So Short Shorts, and shorts programs at alternative venues like the Red Poppy Art House and Galeria de La Raza.