Advocate Aurora Health Returns as Presenting Sponsor; More Films and Locations Planned
CineLatino will kick-off on
“Marcus Theatres is thrilled to make CineLatino available for even more
of the community to enjoy in 2019,” said
Night one features plenty of passion, drama and salsa dancing! The
evening begins at
“We are proud to join Marcus Theatres for its third year hosting the
2019 CineLatino Film Line-up
Fifteen films will be presented primarily in Spanish with English
subtitles, including three nationwide premieres. Horror fans will jump
at the opportunity to see “The Curse of La Llorona” one week before the
rest of the U.S. Meanwhile, “El Chicano” and “Superlopez,” will both
premiere domestically at the festival. Films will play at a combination
of Majestic of
Premieres and Recent Releases (Standard Pricing Applies):
“The Curse of La Llorona” (R) — Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother suspected of child endangerment, a social worker and her own small kids are drawn into a frightening supernatural realm.
“El Chicano” (R) — A pair of twin brothers from East L.A. choose to live their lives differently and end up on opposite sides of the law.
“Shine” (R) — Two Puerto Rican brothers from New York’s Spanish Harlem, and the street’s best Salsa dancers, are separated after tragedy only to reunite years later on opposing sides of gentrification.
“Los Adioses” (“The Eternal Feminine”) (NR) Sponsored by City Year
“No Manches Frida 2” (PG-13) — Seemingly reformed ex-con Zequi is about to marry Lucy, the love of his life, until jitters turn into a full blown fiasco and Lucy calls off the wedding.
“El Angel” (R) — Carlitos, a baby-faced teenager, meets a new friend at his Argentinian high school. Together, they form a dangerous duo that embarks on a path of theft, lies and killing. Based on true events.
“Ma ma” (R) Sponsored by Susan G. Komen Wisconsin— Diagnosed with breast cancer, a woman forms a strong bond with a man who lost his wife and daughter in a car accident.
“Las Heredas” (“The Heiresses”) (NR) — Chela and Chiquita, both
descendants of wealthy families in
Family Films (
“Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse” (PG) — Teen Miles Morales becomes the Spider-man of his reality, crossing paths with five counterparts from other dimensions to stop a threat for all realities.
“Superlopez” (PG-13) —
“El Parque Magico” (“Wonder Park”) (PG) —“Wonder Park” tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive.
“Dumbo” (PG) Sponsored by
Classic Films (
“El Siete Machos” (NR) — In order to woo Rosario, Margarito (Cantinflas) pretends to be a famous outlaw, “El Siete Machos,” who “possesses the courage of seven macho men.”
“Gran Hotel” (NR) — Cantinflas stars as a bell boy at a ritzy hotel where a millionairess and a bankrupt nobleman happen to be staying. When the woman loses her necklace, Cantinflas recovers it, only to be hit on the head and develop amnesia.
Marcus Theatres and its partners have organized a variety of special activities to complement the film line-up and bring the community together. Following are the new events coming to this year’s festival:
April 13— “Eso Es Vivir” (“That is Life”) Event at Majestic Cinema of Brookfield: This Susan G. Komen Wisconsin-sponsored event aims to bring together women from all walks of life to learn, support and celebrate one another. From 10-10:45 a.m.on Saturday, April 13, attendees can gather for community-building, themed-drink specials and makeovers from Mary Kay. From there, Komen will host an engaging presentation prior to a special showing of “Ma ma.” The moving film portrays Penelope Cruzas a woman coping with breast cancer who, amid her suffering, becomes pregnant. Following the film Dr. Federico Sanchez, an oncologist and leader of the Aurora Cancer Care – Spanish Clinic, will conduct a talk back session with attendees. To sign-up for a makeover, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eso-es-vivir-tickets-58309159265. April 14— Pepsi and Marcus Theatres Present: Next Gen Cine Workshopat South Shore Cinema: Calling all aspiring filmmakers! CineLatino will serve as the launch pad for Next Gen Cine, an exciting new mobile film contest presented by Marcus Theatres and Pepsi. To kick-off the contest, South Shore Cinema will host the Next Gen Cine Mobile Filmmaker Workshopfrom 2-4 p.m.on Sunday, April 14. During the session, attendees will learn the basic elements of mobile filmmaking from Marcelo Martinez, a talented, young Milwaukeefilmmaker known for his multidisciplinary skills. Marcelo will teach attendees lighting, editing, videography and sound techniques. To sign-up for the workshop, visit www.MarcusTheatres.com/Workshop.
The Pepsi and Marcus Theatres Next Gen Cine mobile video contest challenges emerging talent to create a short film using only their mobile device. Filmmakers can choose from one of three categories (“Community,” “Family Stories” or “Live Out Loud”), which can be expressed in any genre. Public registration and more details will be available beginning
Wednesday, April 10.
Festivalgoers should also mark their calendars for the return of the Cerveceros
Tailgate presented by the
All special activities are complimentary, with food and beverage and film admission sold separately. For more information, visit www.MarcusTheatres.com/CineLatino.
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