Film at 2nd Sunday Paseo Cultural – Book of Life- Nov 13, 3pm

Join us and several other participating organizations for Paseo Artistico- 2nd Sunday Arts walk at various locations on 24th Street. We will be showing BOOK OF LIFE at Precita Eyes. Very limited seating. Family friendly.

Nov 13 Sunday 3pm at Precita Eyes – 2981 24th Street, San Francisco

THE BOOK OF LIFE, a vibrant fantasy-adventure, tells the legend of Manolo, a conflicted hero and dreamer who sets off on an epic quest through magical, mythical and wondrous worlds in order to rescue his one true love and defend his village.

Directed & Written By Jorge R. Gutiérrez. Produced by Guillermo del Toro

The Day’s Events Information

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Start the day off with a Bilingual Guided Mural tour courtesy ofPrecita Eyes Muralists. Then create minature Mexican inspired sculptures under the instruction of artist Alejandro Meza inside the Juan R. Fuentes Gallery at Accion Latina. In the afternoon you can relax and unwind by joining Alley CatBooks‘ drawing circle workshop and/or watch the critically acclaimed film “The Book of Life” thanks to Cine+Mas SF / San Francisco Latino Film Festival. You do not want to miss saying your final goodbyes toModern Times Bookstore, who will be leaving the neighborhood after 45 years of enriching the Mission District with bilingual literature. And lastly, you can dry your tears and dance the night away with some feel good tunes at Pops Bar. You don’t want to miss it, all events are FREE!

11 AM-12:30 PM ● Bilingual Guided Mural Tour

Precita Eyes Murals, 2981 24th Street

Spanish & English mural tour through 24th Street Corridor.

12 – 2 PM ● Miniature Sculpture Class

Juan R. Fuentes Gallery, 2958 24th Street

Instructed by Mexican sculpture artist Alejandro Meza.

2-5 PM ● Drawing Circle Workshop

Alley Cat Gallery, 3036 24th Street

All ages, all levels, all materials supplied.

3:00 – 4:30 ● Cine+Mas Film Screening

Precita Eyes Murals, 2981 24th Street

Film: The Book of Life (2014) Rated: PG

4-6 PM ● Farewell Modern Times/Gears Turning Poetry

Modern Times Bookstore, 2919 24th Street

After 45 years in the neighborhood don’t miss your last chance to visit the iconic bookstore of the Mission District.

5-7 PM ● KASSIDAT

Adobe Books and Arts Cooperative, 3130 24th Street

Spoken Word & Music

5-9 PM ● Music Therapy and BOPS at POPS

Pop’s Bar, 2800 24th Street

DJ Clave will be mixing the tunes. Oldies but goodies!

Indivisible, Documentary about families affected by deportations

INDIVISIBLE, SFLFF8 Official selection, screens at the Roxie Theater this month. We’re excited to welcome filmmaker Hilary Linder to the screening with a Q&A after the film. San Francisco Premiere.

INDIVISIBLE

Saturday, Nov 19 @ 4:30pm

Renata, Evelyn, and Antonio are three undocumented children who want nothing more than to be reunited with the families who were ripped from them and deported when they were young. At a pivotal moment in each of their lives—while fighting for their chance to be citizens—they are allowed to visit their families. But immigration reform faces an uncertain future, and there is no way to know if this visit will be the last time. Director Hilary Linder in person for Q&A!  SFLFF8 selection. San Francisco premiere.
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Upcoming Screenings & Co-Presentations

SFLFF8 may have ended but you can still enjoy new theatrical releases as well as retrospectives with RoxCine at the Roxie Theater.  The “Mas Almodovar” series brings back some of our favorite Pedro Almodovar films; the latest by Diego Luna, Mr. Pig, stars Maya Rudolph and Danny Glover; and a SF Latino Film Festival selection- documentary  INDIVISIBLE. Scroll down for dates and ticketing.

CRONOS

Tuesday, Nov 1st @ 7pm

In the spirit of Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos), RoxCine presents a special screening of CRONOS, Guillermo del Toro’s first feature film and one of the best horror films ever made in Latin America. A frightening take on the vampire myth featuring marvelous special makeup effects and the haunting imagery for which del Toro has become world-renowned, Cronos is a dark, visually rich, and emotionally captivating fantasy.

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THE SIMILARS/ Los Parecidos

Fri, Nov 11- Thur, Nov 17

A twilight zone-inspired story that twists and turns and ultimately satisfies… – Joe Dante

In the rainy darkness of the early morning hours of October 2, 1968, eight people are waiting in a remote bus station in the middle of nowhere for the bus heading to Mexico City. They’ll soon find themselves experiencing a strange phenomenon. Directed by Isaac Ezban. Mexico.

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INDIVISIBLE

Saturday, Nov 19 @ 4:30pm

Renata, Evelyn, and Antonio are three undocumented children who want nothing more than to be reunited with the families who were ripped from them and deported when they were young. At a pivotal moment in each of their lives—while fighting for their chance to be citizens—they are allowed to visit their families. But immigration reform faces an uncertain future, and there is no way to know if this visit will be the last time. Director Hilary Linder in person for Q&A!  SFLFF8 selection. San Francisco premiere.

Free or discounted for members
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Indivisible

MR. PIG

Fri, Nov 25 – Thur, Dec 1

An emotional drama starring Danny Glover and Maya Rudolph directed by Diego Luna.

On the brink of losing everything, a pig farmer (Danny Glover) and his daughter (Maya Rudolph) hit the road to Mexico to find a final resting place for his beloved swine, Howie. In English and Spanish with English subtitles.

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KIKI: LOVE TO LOVE

Fri, Dec 16 – Thur, Dec 22

Five stories of love and sex unfold over one hot summer in Madrid, when the protagonists discover strange and unusual sources of sexual indulgence with unpronounceable names: Dacryphilia, Eliphilia, Somnophilia, Polyamory, Harpaxophilia… Taboos are broken one by one as our horny couples enter into a thrilling liberation in which no pleasure is denied, whatever form it takes. Directed by Paco León.

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Más Almodóvar: THE FLOWER OF MY SECRET

Wednesday, Dec 28 @ 7pm

Leo, a writer of romance novels under the name Amanda Gris, is unable to write a happy ending for her latest novel after realizing her marriage to Paco is ending. With Marisa Paredes & Imanol Arias.

With Marisa Paredes, Rossy de Palma, Chus Lampreave, Imanol Arias and Juan Echanove. 1995.

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Más Almodóvar: ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER

Thursday, Dec 29 @ 7pm

A brilliantly played take on the ups and (mostly) downs of a group of less-than-typical female friends. Academy Award for Best Foreign Language.

With Cecilia Roth, Marisa Paredes, Penelope Cruz. 1999.

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Más Almodóvar: VOLVER

Friday, Dec 30 @ 7pm

A beautifully written tale of betrayal, murder, independence and sisterhood set in a dusty suburb of Madrid, it charts three generations of women attempting to overcome the various troubles – men, money, ghosts – that have been heaped upon them.

With Penélope Cruz, Carmen Maura, Lola Dueñas. 2006.

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