Aurora Health Care Returns as Presenting Sponsor of Event Focused on Hispanic Films, Culture and Community; Tickets on Sale Now
“CineLatino is the perfect opportunity to come together and embrace one
of Southeastern Wisconsin’s most influential and growing ethnic groups,”
Marcus Theatres is rolling out the red carpet for the premiere of the
“Aurora Health Care is excited to continue our role as presenting sponsor of this wonderful community event,” said Erickajoy Daniels, senior vice president of diversity and inclusion, Aurora Health Care. “We opened the state’s first and only bilingual Spanish-speaking cancer clinic in Wisconsin to ensure that those in the Latino community are treated with innovative care that is sensitive to their cultural needs. Our participation in CineLatino allows us to educate and inform even more families and individuals about our diverse care offering.”
This year’s film slate showcases a selection of titles sure to entertain, inspire and foster cultural understanding. From comedies like “Una Mujer Sin Filtro” (“A Woman Without a Filter”) to thrillers such as “Los Que Aman Odian” (“In Love and In Hate”) to uplifting family films including “Tesoros,” (“Treasures”), the festival truly offers something for everyone.
A variety of special activities throughout the festival will complement the film line-up. These include:
April 13– 6-8 p.m.: Join Marcus Theatres for a Selena Celebration presented by Sol, a brand of MillerCoors, in recognition of the late singer Selena Quintanilla-Pérez’s birthday. This special tribute will feature a lookalike contest judged by La GranD Radio, food and beverage specials and more prior to the 8 p.m.showing of “Selena.” April 14– 1-4 p.m.: The Milwaukee Brewers™ and Marcus Theatres have teamed up for a Cerveceros Tailgate! Get a taste of tailgating at Miller Parkwith tailgate games, spin-the-wheel and photo opportunities with Chorizo®, Bernie Brewer™ and friends. Then, stay to catch a festival film. April 15– 10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Bring the family to Marcus Theatres for a Family Fiesta presented by Aquafina® featuring a variety of crafts and activities including make-your-own Papel Picados, face painting and more. The fun continues with showings of “Coco” or “Ferdinand” following the party. April 15: The Wisconsin Hispanic Scholarship Foundation(WHSF)/Mexican Fiesta is hosting an invitation only 45th Anniversary Celebration of Mexican Fiesta for past scholarship recipients and their families. The reception is from 2:30-3:30 p.m.followed by a special showing of “Overboard” at 3:45 p.m.Visit www.MexicanFiesta.org or the WHSF office at 2997 S. 20 St. in Milwaukeeto register and learn more.
All special activities hosted by Marcus Theatres are complimentary, with food and beverage and film admission sold separately. Visit www.MarcusTheatres.com/CineLatino for more details.
Marcus Theatres is also excited to announce a new partnership with
acclaimed visual artist
2018 CineLatino Film Line-up
Films will be presented primarily in Spanish with English subtitles.
Visit www.MarcusTheatres.com for showtimes and to purchase tickets.
New Releases (Standard pricing applies):
“Overboard” (Rated PG-13) – When a spoiled yacht owner
hailing from one of Mexico’s wealthiest families is thrown overboard, a
single mom convinces him they are married. Remake of the 1987 comedy
“La Boda de Valentina” (“The Wedding of Valentina”)(Rated R) –
Valentina has the perfect life in America. Her universe trembles when
Jason, her boyfriend, proposes marriage and she must confront her
family, the Hidalgo, the most chaotic and surreal political dynasty in
the history of
“La Novia del Desierto” (“The Desert Bride”) (Rated PG-13) – The story of Teresa, a 54-year-old woman, whose life begins to fall apart when the family that has employed her decides to sell their home. For decades, she has taken refuge in the routine, but now she must begin a new life that leads to an unexpected accident that will take her across the desert.
“Los Que Aman Odian” (“In Love and In Hate”) (Rated PG-13) – Dr. Huberman arrives at a hotel near the sea in search of a delightful and fruitful solitude. Little does he imagine that he will soon be involved in the complex relationships of the curious inhabitants of the hotel.
“Una Mujer Fantastica” (“A Fantastic Woman”) (Rated R) – Marina, a transsexual woman who works as a waitress and moonlights as a nightclub singer, is moved by the death of her older boyfriend. After his passing, Marina faces scorn and discrimination about their unconventional relationship. (2018 Academy Award Winner – Best Foreign Language Film.)
“Una Mujer Sin Filtro” (“A Woman Without a Filter”) (Rated PG-13) – Paz, a kind woman, has allowed everyone around her to treat her as if she were worth nothing, keeping silent so as to not hurt anyone’s feelings. That all changes the day a phenomenon in her head forces her to express what she feels.
“Coco” (Rated PG) – Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer. (2018 Academy Award Winner – Best Animated Featured Film and Original Song.)
“Condorito: La Pelicula” (“Condorito: The Movie”)(Rated PG) –
With help from his nephew, a condor named Condorito embarks on a
hilarious adventure to save the planet and his loved ones from an evil
alien king. This film is based on the most beloved comic strip in
“Ferdinand” (Rated PG) – Set in
“Tesoros” (“Treasures”) (Rated PG) – In a small community on the
Guillermo del Toro Showcase
“Pan’s Labyrinth” (Rated R) – In the falangist
“The Shape of Water” (Rated R) – In a 1960s research facility, a lonely janitor forms a unique relationship with a strange, amphibious creature that is being held in captivity. (2018 Academy Award Winner – Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Director and more.)
“Selena” (Rated PG) – The true story of Selena Quintanilla-Pérez,
Half of all net proceeds from the film festival will benefit local Hispanic health and education efforts. For more information, showtimes and to purchase tickets, visit www.MarcusTheatres.com/CineLatino.
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