South American Films at the 58th San Francisco Int’l Film Festival

Cine+Mas is proud to be co-presenting these two wonderful films at the 58th San Francisco International Film Festival which runs from April 23-May 7.

TWO SHOTS FIRED (Dos Disparos)
Argentina/Chile/Germany/Netherlands, 2014 104 min
April 28, 8:40pm Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA)

April 29, 6:30pm Sundance Kabuki Cinema
April 30, 1:00pm Sundance Kabuki Cinema

Two_Shots_Fired_01Argentine filmmaker and short story writer Martín Rejtman’s first feature in 10 years is a slyly funny low-key existential comedy for fans of films like Stranger than Paradise and Slacker. As the film’s ever-evolving story follows an intersecting group of teenage and adult characters, it upends narrative expectations about the significance of individual events and offers instead careful, amused observation of how we all get through life, one thing after the other. Directed by Martin Rejtman. Cast includes: Rafael Federman, Susana Pampín, Benjamín Coehlo

For tickets: http://bit.ly/SFIFF58tsf

EL CORDERO
Chile, 2014 90 min
May 1, 9:15pm Sundance Kabuki Cinema
May 3, 8:30pm Pacific FIlm Archive
May 7, 8:15pm Sundance Kabuki Cinema

El_Cordero_02Domingo is a devoted family man and Christian missionary gliding through a dutifully modest if unexceptional life. He’d happily keep it that way, too, but for the fact that a fatal accident leaves him, disturbingly, without a sense of guilt. Shot through with a subtle, sardonic humor and beautifully acted, this exceptional feature debut is an engrossing dramatic thriller reverberating with deeper questions about our innermost natures and our ties to one another. Directed by Juan Francisco Olea. Cast includes: Daniel Muñoz, Trinidad González, Roberto Farías.

For tickets: http://bit.ly/SFIFF58elc