Frameline 36- the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival runs from June 14 through June 24. Cine+Mas SF is proudly co-presenting this year’s Latin@ Program. Read more about each film in the Latin@ Program below or visit Frameline for the full line-up of films and special events.
Monday, June 18 @ 7PM, Victoria Theatre
Wednesday, June 20 @ 9:30PM, Rialto Cinemas Elmwood in Berkeley
Finding love in the big city is never easy. But it’s always entertaining in this bouncy romantic comedy from first time feature filmmaker Terracino. Complete with wild visual nuances, surprising fantasy interludes and a non-traditional approach to just about every aspect of filmmaking, this a must see for connoisseurs of brave new cinema.
Con Tu Nombre
Tuesday, June 19 at 7:00PM, Victoria Theatre
This collection of queer Latin@ shorts brings together a strong blend of poder, fe y nuestra familia. Family photos entwine with sacred ritual and relationship remembrance, fly homeboys and crushed-out schoolgirls explore their deseos, a ranchero yearns of being una reina, and a precious regalo is shared with comunidad.
Monday, June 18 at 1:30PM, Castro Theatre
Amor speaks louder than words in Eric Brach’s compassionate documentary that follows the complicated romantic entanglements and émigré dreams of Chino, a charismatic deaf-mute bisexual who supports his female partner and kids in rural Cuba while falling for a Mexican lover in Havana.
Mosquita y Mari
Saturday, June 16 at 7:00PM, Victoria Theatre
Monday, June 18 at 7:00PM, Rialto Cinemas Elmwood
A sweet and genuine film about two Chicana high schoolers, Yolanda, a shy, straight-A student, and Mari, her “bad girl” classmate, as they come into their own and come to grips with their budding romance.