RoxCine Launches at Roxie Theater- Spanish Language Films in SF’s Mission District

RoxCine is the Roxie’s year-round Spanish-language film program. RoxCine features new releases, repertory programming, and special series and retrospectives, with an exciting mix of films – from winners at major film festivals with US distribution, to special features not seen on any other screen outside of Latin America.

The upcoming program includes:

-Neon Blue: May 6-12. Award winning film from Brazil. A cowboy (Juliano Cazarré) designs exotic outfits for a sexy dancer (Maeve Jinkings) while working at a Brazilian rodeo.

-Cuaron & Inarritu- May 12: Y Tu Mama Tambien & Amores Perros Double Feature

-Early Almodovar Week- May 20th: Screenings of several films including High Heels, What Have I done to Deserve This?, & Law of Desire

Visit Roxie.com/RoxCine for updates including film details, schedules and tickets.  Cine Mas SF is a community partner for this program.

Blancanieves, Snow White with Spanish Panache

Blancanieves is a twist on the Snow White fairy tale. This time it is set in 1920s Seville (Spain) and centered on a female bullfighter. This film   won multiple Goya Awards (Spain’s highest film award) and was Spain’s submission for the Oscar’s. Pablo Berger directs and it stars Maribel Verdu (Pan’s Labyrinth, Y Tu Mama Tambien), Daniel Gimenez Cacho (Y Tu Mama Tambien, Bad Education) , and Angela Molina (Live Flesh, Broken Embraces).

It’s an excellent film that will certainly delight.

The film is screening at the Embarcadero Center Cinemas in San Francisco starting April 19th.