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What to Watch this Week on Cinema Tropical

This week, Cinema Tropical is thrilled to present our first in-person screening in over a year: a special 20th anniversary presentation of Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron‘s landmark film Y Tu Mamá También starring Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna.  Taking place this Sunday, May 30 as part of the grand opening of the Sag Harbor Cinema in

What to Watch Online This Week on Cinema Tropical

Cinema Tropical at 20: TropiChat 20: Lourdes Portillo Born in Chihuahua, Mexico, and raised in Los Angeles, Lourdes Portillo has been making award-winning films about Latin American, Mexican, and Chicano/a experiences and social justice issues for nearly thirty years. Since her first film, After the Earthquake /

What to Watch Online this Week on Cinema Tropical

Cinema Tropical‘s 20th Anniversary festivities kick off this Wednesday, March 31 with the opening of the 6th edition of Neighboring Scenes: New Latin American Cinema, our annual showcase of contemporary Latin American film proudly presented in partnership with Film at Lincoln Center, with the support of the Center for Latin American and

What to Watch Online This Week with Cinema Tropical

The festivities begin this coming Wednesday, March 31 with the 6th edition of “Neighboring Scenes: New Latin American Cinema,” the annual festival of recent Latin American film presented by Film at Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical. Featuring nine recently-premiered films from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, and Peru, “Neighboring Scenes”

What to Watch Online this Week on Cinema Tropical

Premiering Online This Week: Virtual Theatrical Release: THE FEVER (A Febre, Maya Da-Rin, Brazil/ France/Germany, 2019, 98 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles) Manaus is an industrial city surrounded by the Amazon rainforest. Justino, a 45 years old Desana native, works as a security guard at the