ROXCINE

Spanish-Language Cinema Returns to The Mission

RoxCine is the Roxie’s year-round Spanish-language film program. RoxCine features new releases, repertory programming, and special series and retrospectives, with an exciting mix of films – from winners at major film festivals with US distribution, to special features not seen on any other screen outside of Latin America.

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RoxCine is funded in part by a recently-awarded grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission.


Cine en español de vuelta en la Misión

RoxCine es el programa de cine en español del Roxie. La programación de RoxCine contará a lo largo del año con nuevos estrenos, clásicos de repertorio y culto, así como ciclos especiales y retrospectivas, con una mezcla de películas – desde ganadoras en los principales festivales de cine y con distribución en Estados Unidos, a películas que no se ven fuera de América Latina.

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RoxCine está financiado en parte por una subvención concedida recientemente por la Comisión de Arte de San Francisco.

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RoxCine Partners: PAJARO LATINOAMERICANO – KPOO / ROCK EN REBELION – KPFA / CINE+MAS SF LATINO FILM FESTIVAL

November – December 2017

BRIMSTONE & GLORY (Pólvora y Gloria)
Ritual, danger and the absolute beauty of fireworks — the National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexico. “Mixing sheer spectacle with human-interest threads, Viktor Jakovleski’s first [...]
MAQUINARIA PANAMERICANA (PanAmerican Machinery)
Actor Javier Zaragoza IN PERSON for Q&A after the screening! A run down construction-machine factory in Mexico City: Maquinaria Panamericana. The employees are happily winding [...]
Puerto Rico Shorts: Benefit For Puerto Rico
In collaboration with Puerto Rico’s Rincón International Film Festival, RoxCine presents a special program of Puerto Rican short films. All proceeds will go to support [...]
LOS NADIE (THE NOBODIES)
Meet Camilo, Mechas, Manu, Ana and Pipa. Tattooed, pierced, and styled with wild hair and grunge clothing, they perform circus tricks at traffic lights, [...]

Curated by Isabel Fondevila.