The 16th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival runs April 16-21, 2013. This year's lineup presents over 100 films by or about Latinos and indigenous groups of the Americas, ranging from independent and big budget features, to documentaries and short films from over 30 different countries. Blancanieves is the opening film from Spain. A reception immediately follows the opening screening.
The 16th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival presents BLANCANIEVES 2012 | 104 min. | Spain
Tuesday, April 16th Doors @ 7:00pm | Film @ 8:00 pm
This film is presented at Stateside at the Paramount in HD digital presentation on Blu-ray.
Director: Pablo Berger Starring: Maribel Verdú, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Ángela Molina, Pere Ponce, Macarena García
Join us in the lobby after the screening for an Opening Night Reception celebrating the 16th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival.
Once upon a time there was a little girl who had never known her mother. She learned the art of her father, a famous bullfighter, but was hated by her evil stepmother. One day she ran away with a troupe of dwarves, and became a legend.
Set in southern Spain in 1920s, Blancanieves is a tribute to silent films. Blancanieves is the winner of ten Goya Awards including Best Picture, Best Screenplay (Pablo Berger), Best Actress (Maribel Verdú), Best New Actress (Macarena García); and is also Spain’s official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar for 2012.
Había una vez una pequeña niña que nunca conoció a su madre. Aprendió el arte de su padre, un famoso torero, pero era odiada por su malvada madrastra. Un día se escapó con una compañía de enanos, y se convirtió en una leyenda.
Ambientada en el sur de España de los años 1920's, Blancanieves es un tributo al cine silente. Blancanieves fue galardonada con diez premios Goya, incluyendo Mejor Película, Mejor Guión (Pablo Berger), Mejor Acrtiz (Maribel Verdú), y Mejor Actriz Revelación (Macarena García), y fue seleccionada para representar a España en los premios Oscar de 2012.
"This film is a wonderment! A striking… full-bodied, visually stunning film.” -Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
“An original! Inventive… Contemporary… Imaginative… Charming… and Clever!” -David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter
“Daringly original! A gorgeously shot extravaganza has the cojones to think outside the box and comes out on top.” -Boyd Van Hoeij, indiewire
About Cine Las Americas
The 16th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival runs April 16-21, 2013. This year's lineup presents over 100 films by or about Latinos and indigenous groups of the Americas, ranging from independent and big budget features, to documentaries and short films from over 30 different countries.
Festival Admission Policy:
All screenings are General Admission. A limited number of advance single tickets are available for screenings. Advance ticket sales will end at midnight the day before each screening and may resume the following day, at the box office only, if capacity allows. The Participant badge and the Film Pass grant the holder access to all festival screenings. However, Participant badge or Film Pass alone will need to pick up an individual ticket for each film. Individual tickets for each film must be picked up at least one hour before each screening at the venue where the film is screened. Tickets will be allocated on a first come – first served basis until inventory runs out. Tickets for each day's screenings are available for pickup the day of the screening only. Only one ticket per screening per badge or pass holder can be picked up.
Secure covered parking is offered to patrons at the One American Center parking garage, conveniently located one block from the Paramount at 600 Congress. Your $6.00 parking pass may be purchased at the garage entrance from the parking attendant (cash only). Garage hours and availability vary by event. For additional parking information, please click here.