The Department of State is celebrating America’s rich Hispanic history and culture with National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 – October 15. During this month, we will honor the countless contributions of more than 60 million Hispanic Americans to our culture and society with a wide range of art, music, film and community events.
One of the highlight events of Hispanic Heritage Month is the 13th annual edition of Hola Mexico Film Festival presented by DishLATION. Opening night on September 17 will feature a Red Carpet Screening of acclaimed director, Jorge Michel Grau’s “Perdida” at La Plaza de Cultura Y Artes, with an after party performance by DJ Eduardo Soul.
Founded in 2008 Hola Mexico Film Festival the larges Mexican Film Festival outside of Mexico strives to highlight the best and brightest talents in Mexican cinepatography. The Festival will feature 21 films from September 17 to September 25 comprised of the following sections: Mexico Ahora, Documental, El Otro Mexico, and Nocturno. Mexico Ahora features the best of Mexican film released in recent years, covering every genre. Documental includes notable non-fiction films made by Mexican filmmakers. El Otro Mexico highlights experiences of Mexicans rarely portrayed on screen skillfully presenting perceptive narratives that challenge the status quo. The Nocturro section offers offbeat stories and horror films.
Where: Regal Cinemas LA Live 1000 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles 90015. Opening and closing ceremonies, LA Plaza de Cultura Y Artes (an open-air venue) 501 N. Main St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
For complete programming and tickets visit: https://www.holamexicoff.com