20th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival Pass
The 20th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival runs May 3-7, 2017. This year's lineup presents 172 films and videos ranging from independent and big budget features, documentaries, short films, music videos, and spots from all over the world.
The Cine Las Americas Film Festival Pass grants the holder preferential access to all film screenings at the festival, including opening and closing night. It also includes access to select festival parties and other special events. Excludes members-only events.
Note: The Film Pass is $100 plus fees. For only $125 you can receive an all access film badge AND become a Cine Las Americas member with year-round benefits. Interested in becoming a member? Find out how you can be a part of our membership program at http://www.cinelasamericas.org/membership
Please Visit our Film Pass Policy page for Registration Times and Policies:
About Cine Las Americas
Cine Las Americas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Austin, Texas. The mission of Cine Las Americas is to promote cross-cultural understanding and growth by educating, entertaining and challenging diverse audiences through film and media arts.
Every year, Cine Las Americas invites filmmakers, producers and distributors to bring their work to Austin and participate in this unique international event. All the films screened at the festival are in English or subtitled in English. A close connection between the public and festival guests makes the Cine Las Americas International Film Festival a unique environment in which to nurture cultural exchange, promote artistic excellence, and have lots of fun through the best Latino and indigenous films.
The festival program offers a wide variety of entertainment, cultural, and educational choices for diverse audiences of all kinds, from the latest dramatic films made by breakthrough directors, to established studio releases, challenging documentaries, short films, entertaining animation series, and the always surprising youth films.
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
The Blanton Museum, Edgar Smith Building (Brazos and Martin Luther King) (View)
200 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Austin, TX 78701
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