The Cine las Americas International Film Festival returns in its 16th year and there never fails to be a wonderful array of films; both home grown and from other countries. There are over 110 movies scheduled, including feature films, documentaries, shorts, and youth films.
The full film schedule is available on the website and fans can choose from the films screening at the Alamo Drafthouse Village, the Stateside Theatre, the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center and St. Edward’s University. Links with maps and directions are available on http://cinelasamericas.org/
Blancanieves, a film by Pablo Berger, opens the festival at 8pm at the Stateside Theatre
The Cine Las Americas Film Pass grants the holder preferred access to all film screenings at the festival, including opening and closing night. Individual tickets will be available starting April 10th on-line and at the box office of the Stateside Theatre and the Alamo Village.
7 cajas – By Juan Carlos Maneglia & Tana Schémbori, April 21st at 8pm at the Stateside Theatre
For more information on the festival and membership, visit http://cinelasamericas.org/
Source: Cine las Americas