The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center in Austin is host to free community screenings the last Tuesday morning of each month. The screening begins at 9:30 am and it is recommended to arrive by 9:15am.
The films are special screenings featured from the Golden Era of Mexico’s cinema. Seniors will enjoy a healthy lunch immediately following the film.
For more information, or to R.S.V.P. groups of 4 or more, contact Linda Crockett at 512-974-3789.
For June, the feature film is Angelitos Negros directed by Joselito Rodriguez and is in Spanish with English subtitles.
About the film: Ana Luisa is a beautiful blonde woman, José Carlos, a famous singer, both Caucasian. But the product of their love is a beautiful black girl. Ana Luisa blames her husband and rejects the child, who suffers the injustices of racism. The Nanny that raised Ana Luisa holds the secret that will change everyone’s lives forever.
Source: Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center