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The Best Families (Las mejores familias)

In Theater: Sat, Oct 9 at 7:15pm + Tue, Oct 12 at 5:00pm. Two sets of women from opposite sides of the tracks--one a pair of bourgeoisie frenemies, the other two sisters who work as their housekeepers, come face-to-face with the long-buried secret that connects them in this stinging and uproarious satire from writer/director Javier Fuentes León.

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Brouwer: The Origin of the Shadow (Brouwer: el origen de la sombra)

An immersive documentary into the life and creative process of Leo Bruwer’s, the outstanding Cuban and world-renowned composer. A die-hard iconoclast, he defies us to question art, Cuba, and even the purpose of a documentary about him.

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The Other Tom (El otro Tom)

In Theater: Thu, Oct 14 at 5:00pm. Scratching out a living in a south Texas trailer park, working-class single mom Elena must find a way to treat her son with ADHD while protecting them both from a callous, profit-driven social services industry in this powerful new tale of resilience and hope.

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Prayers For the Stolen (Noche de Fuego)

Opening Night Presentation

In Theater: Fri, Oct 8 at 7:00pm. In a solitary town nestled in the Mexican mountains, the girls wear boyish haircuts and have hiding places underground. Ana and her two best friends take over the houses of those who have fled and dress up as women when no one is watching. In their own impenetrable universe, magic and joy abound; meanwhile, their mothers train them to flee from those who turn them into slaves or ghosts.

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Rosa Rosae. A Spanish Civil War Elegy (Rosa Rosae. La guerra civil)

Showing with the Opening Night Presentation Prayers for the Stolen. Master Spanish filmmaker Carlos Saura creates and recovers more than thirty images, drawings and photographs that he prints, manipulates, plays with and subsequently films, to produce a story which, while recreating the Spanish Civil War, could also reflect the horrors of universal conflict, seen through the eyes of a child and his surroundings.

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Y tu mamá también

Special 20th Anniversary Screening

In Theater: Fri, Oct 8 at 9:30pm. 20 years ago, Alfonso Cuarón had his breakout hit with this Mexican box-office comedy smash that sparked controversy for its frank depiction of drug use and sexual exploration, launching the careers of Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna.

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