June 1st – 9th, 2018 – Los Angeles, CA 10mo ANIVERSARIO EN LA TERRAZA DEL MONTALBAN THEATER ROOFTOP CINEMA CLUB: Amores Perros de Alejandro G Iñarritu Y Tu Mama Tabien de Alfonso Cuaron Pan’s Labyrinth de Guillermo Del Toro HOLA NIÑOS: Ana y Bruno de Carlos Carrera DOCUMENTAL: Rush Hr de Luciana Kaplan Los Ojos

Join us as the Hola Mexico Film Festival celebrates our 10th Anniversary! Every Thursday from April 5th until May 24th, enjoy a special presentation of our opening Night Selections for the past 9 years!  In addition, there will be an art gallery at the lobby of the cinema of the consul, displaying each of the festival posters from

To All Talented Emerging Latino Filmmakers of Los Angeles: Be part of a growing network of filmmakers eager to voice their creative work and engage in meaningful collaborations by applying to Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today 2018. The 20 selected filmmakers will spend 10 days participating in conversations with top leaders of the Mexican and Hollywood film

A unique and introspective look inside one of Latin America’s top alternative-rock music acts. The film takes you on a contemplative and audio/visual journey through one of the bands decisive years. “Panoramas” is a Cinéma Vérité style portrait of Zoé.  

Tales of an Immoral Couple centers on Lucio and Martina, two former lovers whose passionate romance began while attending a strict Catholic high school in Mexico. Twenty-five five years later, they unexpectedly run into each other in the city of San Miguel de Allende and despite still sharing an undiminished love for one another they both

LOS ANGELES, CA—June 20, 2017—DishLATINO and Cinelatino proudly announce the Mexican documentary ‘Tempestad’ as the winner of the “DishLATINO and Cinelatino Audience Choice Award” at the 2017 Hola Mexico Film Festival, the premier Mexican film festival in the U.S. that took place in Los Angeles from June 7-11, 2017. Directed by Tatiana Huezo, ‘Tempestad’ received

Description Come learn about our program Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today this coming January 24! Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today is an amazing program that brings 20 talented Latino filmmakers to learn about the Mexican and Hollywood film industries, combining them as no other program. Last year, some of the speakers included Rodrigo Prieto and Patricia Riggen. On January

  The Hola Mexico Film Festival recently finished its 8th edition in Los Angeles, CA this past May and now has selected 10 of the best films from the festival to tour nationally this summer!   Films include work by Diego Luna, Michel Franco, Isaac Ezban, Manolo Caro among other directors. With actors like Ana