Atlanta Film Society presents ¡CineMás!
Presented by the Atlanta Film Society, ¡CineMás! highlights films that capture the earth, fire, dance, mystery, and music of Latin America.
Presented by the Atlanta Film Society (ATLFS), ¡CineMás! highlights films and filmmakers from Latin America. The inspiration for ¡Cinemás! is the Latin American Film Festival that enjoyed a 25-year run at the High Museum, programmed by the late Media Arts Curator, Linda Dubler. In this spirit, ATLFS is pleased to continue this tradition, presenting award-winning Latin American cinema through ¡CineMás! each fall. The mission of ¡CineMás! is to create visibility for Latino films in front of a large audience and support the increasing necessity of Latino representation in film.
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Siblings Dylan and Andrea set off with their new friends on a marvelous journey of discovery in search of long lost pirate loot.
A story of an unlikely friendship between neighbors in Havana, Cuba. Two men lean on their relationship in a city on the verge of substantial change.
Motivated by the desire for a better life and guided by the ancestral spirits of this house, José embarks on a mystical search for gold ""morocotas"" that are said to be buried in the mansion he occupies with his family.
Argentine tango dancers María Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes discuss their personal and professional relationship in UN TANGO MÁS (OUR LAST TANGO). This Argentinian film concludes our 2016 CineMás Film Series.
A woman distracts a criminal by sharing three of the dozens of tales she has written from different periods of Cuba's history. ESPEJUELOS OSCUROS (DARK GLASSES) continues our 2016 CineMás Film Series. Lead actor Luis Alberto García will be in attendance!
A young indigenous woman does not want to live in the modern world until it saves her life during a pregnancy complication. Guatemalan film IXCANUL kicks off our 2016 CineMás Film Series.
"Buena Vista Social Club" (Cuba) screens as part of the first ever Cinemás Film Series at the Rialto Center for the Arts.
"Pelo Malo" (Venezuela) screens as part of the first ever Cinemás Film Series at the Rialto Center for the Arts.