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Cinema en tu Idioma! starts off with a bang this year

San Diego Latino Film Festival’s 12th Annual ¡Cinema en tu Idioma! starts off with a bang this year, with a mini festival of some of the latest Latino films! Our series opens in August with an all-star cast of Latino actors including Eva Longoria, Kate del Castillo, Elsa Pataky, Bigas Luna, Manny Perez, and more. August 5-11 at UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center (off 163 Freeway & Friars Rd.)


Without Men: In this offbeat comedy, the women of a secluded Latin American village are left to rebuild their society after all of the men are recruited by a bumbling group of guerrillas. It may be a man's world out there, but in here, it's all woman. An all star cast of Latino actors including Eva Longoria, Kate del Castillo, Monica Huerta, and Paul Rodriguez. Screening times: Fri. 8/5 8:30pm, Sat. 8/6 8:30pm, Sun. 8/7 4:00pm, Mon. 8/8 4:00pm, Tues. 8/9 4:00pm, Wed. 8/10 8:30pm, Thurs. 8/11 8:30pm.

All She Can (formerly Benavides Born): Luz Garcia, a high school senior in a forgotten Texas town, wants something different than the options awaiting her after graduation. She's earned a ticket out with admission to the University of Texas at Austin, but she can't afford to go. Her one shot is a scholarship for winning the State Powerlifting Championship. 2011 Sundance Official Dramatic Competition.. "An entertaining and enlightening drama..." - The Hollywood Reporter. Screening times: Fri. 8/5 6:15pm, Sat. 8/6 6:15pm, Sun. 8/7 8:30pm, Mon. 8/8 8:30pm, Tues. 8/9 8:30pm, Wed. 8/10 6:15pm, Thurs. 8/11 6:15pm.

DiDi Hollywood: Tired of tending bar at nightclubs, aspiring actress Diana Diaz travels to Los Angeles to chase her dreams of becoming a Hollywood star, without realizing that fame comes at a life-altering price. Starring Ana de la Reguera, Peter Coyote, and Elsa Pataky. Screening times: Fri. 8/5 10:45pm, Sat. 8/6 10:45pm, Sun. 8/7 6:15pm, Mon. 8/8 6:15pm, Tues. 8/9 6:15pm, Wed. 8/10 10:45pm, Thurs. 8/11 10:45pm.

Blue Eyes: Before his compulsory retirement, JFK airport's Chief Immigration Officer detains a group of Latin Americans and exposes them to a series of humiliating situations. Years later, after serving a lengthy prison term and filled with guilt, he goes to Brazil in search of the victim’s daughter and is guided by the young, Bia. Screening times: Fri. 8/5 11:30am, Sat. 8/6 11:30am, Sun. 8/7 10:45pm, Mon. 8/8 10:45pm, Tues. 8/9 10:45pm, Wed. 8/10 11:30am, Thurs. 8/11 11:30am.

Where the Road Meets the Sun: A drama centered around four men whose lives intersect at a rundown Hollywood hotel. Screening times: Fri. 8/5 1:45pm, Sat. 8/6 1:45pm, Sun. 8/7 11:30am, Mon. 8/8 11:30am, Tues. 8/9 11:30am, Wed. 8/10 1:45pm, Thurs. 8/11 1:45pm.

Forged: An ex-thug and his son attempt to find a way to move past impossible circumstances to forge a bond that has been broken by the murder of the child's mother. Screening times: Fri. 8/5 4:00pm, Sat. 8/6 4:00pm, Sun. 8/7 1:45pm, Mon. 8/8 1:45pm, Tues. 8/9 1:45pm, Wed. 8/10 4:00pm, Thurs. 8/11 4:00pm.

These films will screen for one week only (August 5-11) at the Ultrastar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center (off the 163 Freeway and Friars Rd).

Tickets are $10.00 General Audiences / $8.00 Students, Seniors, and Media Arts Center San Diego members. All-access Movie Passes (8 tickets) are $65.00.

Individual tickets can be purchased prior to each screening at the UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center box office (7510 Hazard Center Dr., SD, CA 92108). Become a member today to start receiving discounts and even free tickets!

Sponsors include: Presenting Sponsor - Time Warner Cable. Reception Sponsor - Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort. Newspaper Sponsor- El Latino, SignOn San Diego, San Diego Union-Tribune, Enlace, and El Mexicano. Radio Sponsors - Diego 91.7FM, La Mejor 99.3FM, Radio Latina 104.5FM, Pulsar 107.3FM, Invasora 99.7FM. Television Sponsors - Univision KBNT 17, XHAS Telemundo 33, Channel 10 News, Azteca America San Diego 15, KPBS, the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, Yolanda S. Walther-Meade.


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