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Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn’t Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco[CINE]

Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn’t Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco

Here we introduce you to the Latino filmmakers showing their movies at the SF Latino Film Festival’s Made in San Francisco showcase.

Anthony Lucero on Making a Movie About a Female Mexican Sushi Chef & Inventing a Poblano Sushi Roll[CINE]

Anthony Lucero on Making a Movie About a Female Mexican Sushi Chef & Inventing a Poblano Sushi Roll

In this Oakland-set drama, writer-director Anthony Lucero confronts stereotypes and makes a killer new sushi roll all at the same time.

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Panama Enters the Foreign Language Oscar Competition For First Time Ever With ‘Invasion’ Documentary

Panama Enters the Foreign Language Oscar Competition For First Time Ever With 'Invasion' Documentary

In 1989, the U.S. invaded Panama and removed dictator Manuel Noriega from office. This documentary discovers that Panamanians have forgotten the details of this historical…

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Mexican Designer Ricardo Seco Puts Out Epic Huichol-Inspired New Balances for NYFW

Mexican Designer Ricardo Seco Puts Out Epic Huichol-Inspired New Balances for NYFW

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Helado Negro and Sinkane Concert SF

Helado Negro and Sinkane

Helado Negro is back to making some new tunes and he is going on the road to share the wealth! We’re all slightly hypnotized by Helado Negro…

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TRAILER: Antonio Banderas is Hunting Down Malfunctioning Robots in This Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Film
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Barcelona native Marc Carreté talks demonic possession and the real-life experience that inspired his melancholic horror film.

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This Puerto Rican New Yorker’s Life Changed When He Looked in the Mirror and Saw Barack Obama
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Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn’t Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco
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Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn’t Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco

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