Hola México Film Festival Unveils 10th Anniversary Film Lineup

Special $100 Festival Pass Available Now Through April 19

                                                                                                                                               

Los Angeles, CA – Hola Mexico Film Festival presented by DishLATINO, the largest Mexican film festival outside of Mexico, unveiled the official 10th anniversary film lineup which includes 23 Mexican films. The HOLA Mexico Film Festival presented by DishLATINO takes place June 1 – June 9, 2018 and showcases the best of recent Mexican cinema featuring Latin actors, directors and film production companies.

In celebration of the 10th anniversary, a special discounted festival pass is on sale now for $100 and will be available for purchase for a limited time until April 19, 2018. Season passes and individual tickets are also available for purchase at http://holamexicoff.com/.

“As Mexican films continue to break barriers in the US and globally, I am humbled and honored to be celebrating the festivals 10th anniversary this year. The lineup we have put together is beautifully rich and diverse and we are delighted that Los Angeles movie lovers will have the opportunity to experience a bit of Mexican culture and heritage on the big screen,” said Samuel Douek, HOLA Mexico Film Festival presented by DishLATINO Founder & Director.

Films will be available at several theaters in Los Angeles including Regal Cinemas at LA Live: A Barco Innovation Center, Cinépolis, Montalban Theatre, and La Plaza De Cultura y Artes in Downtown Los Angeles.

The 2018 lineup includes:

OPENING NIGHT AT REGAL L.A. LIVE: A BARCO INNOVATION CENTER (JUNE 1, 2018):

A Ti Te Quería Encontrar from Javier Colinas

CLOSING NIGHT SCREENING AND CONCERT AT LA PLAZA DE CULTURA Y ARTES (JUNE 9, 2018):

Sacudete Las Penas from Andres Ibañez Diaz Infante

10TH ANNIVERSARY ROOFTOP SCREENINGS AT MONTELBAN THEATRE ROOFTOP CINEMA CLUB:

Amores Perros from Alejandro G Iñarritu

Y Tu Mama Tabien from Alfonso Cuaron

Pan’s Labyrinth from Guillermo Del Toro

HOLA NIÑOS:

Ana y Bruno from Carlos Carrera

 DOCUMENTAL:

Rush Hr from Luciana Kaplan

Los Ojos Del Mar from José Alvarez

Tesoros from María Novaro

Truenos De San Juan from Santiago Maza

MEXICO AHORA:

Me Gusta Pero Me Asusta from Beto Gómez

A Ti Te Queria Encontrar from Javier Colinas

Sacudete Las Penas from Andres Ibañez Diaz Infante

American Curious from Gabylu Lara

Ni Tu Ni Yo from Noé Santillán-López

Los Adioses from Natalia Beristain

Bruma from Max Zunino

Tiempo Compartido from Sebastian Hofman

Oso Polar from Marcelo Tobar

X500 from Juan Andrés Arango

La Gran Promesa from Jorge Ramírez Suárez

Fuera de Lugar from Anwar Safa

NUEVAS VOCES:

Distancias Cortas from Alejandro Guzmán Alvarez

NOCTURNO:

Vuelven from Issa López

Mexico Barbaro 2 from Diego Cohen, Christian Cueva, Ricardo Farias, Michelle Garza, Carlos Meléndez, Lex Ortega, Abraham Sánchez, Sergio Tello, and Fernando Urdapilleta

Marcianos Vs Mexicanos from The Rivas Brothers

For more information please visit:

Website: http://holamexicoff.com

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