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The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema

Mexico’s film industry blossomed in the 1940s and 1950s, a period known as the “Golden Age of Mexican Cinema.” This series, which features comedies, melodramas, film noir, and more, programs films to be played multiple times over three months, so it's easy to catch all the films. Here's a list: You’re Missing the Point (Ahí está el detalle), 1940; Another Dawn (Distinto Amanecer), 1943; A Woman in Love (Enamorada), 1946; The Kneeling Goddess (La diosa arrodillada), 1947; Salón México, 1948; Tender Pumpkins (Calabacitas tiernas), 1948; A Family Like Many Others (Una familia de tantas), 1948; Soledad’s Shawl (El rebozo de Soledad), 1952; The Palm of Your Hand (En la palma de tu mano), 1950; The Other Woman (La otra), 1946; The Night Falls (La noche avanza), 1951; The Pearl (La perla), 1945; Rosauro Castro, 1950; and Macario, 1959.

Houston: July - September at Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Later Event: July 12
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