The Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival showcases the best in Latino film from the US and abroad every September in the San Francisco Bay Area. A couple highlights:
KM 72, Venezuela
The millionaire Diego Verastegui has been murdered at his house, and somebody has taken a valuable briefcase from the safe-deposit box. Dimas -Verastegui’s bodyguard- comes back to the house and finds three suspects: Carlos, the millionaire’s son, Anna Karina, a sweet girl, and Andres, a bohemian magician. They retell the scenes of the murder from contradictory points of view, each claiming a different version of who committed the crime.
Camino a La Paz (Road to La Paz), Argentina
An unemployed man starts a private car service and takes an older Arab man, Jalil, on a long distance journey from Buenos Aires to La Paz in Bolivia. Non-stop arguing during the ride changes their lives.
San Francisco: Sept. 16 - 28. Find more details on their website.