A vital platform for Mexican cinema in the U.S.
Nurturing New Film Talent: A Conversation with Producer Martha Sosa Elizondo
Opening Night Party
Wednesday, March 27 6:00 - 9:00pm
Tucson Museum of Art
Join us as we kick off the 16th edition of Tucson Cine Mexico, the United States’ longest-running festival of Mexican film!
At 6pm, join us on the patio for fiesta food and drinks, or head inside to view the cosmic works of contemporary Cuban artist Carlos Estévez, the Tucson Museum of Art’s current exhibition.
At 6:45pm in the lobby area, Festival Co-Director Carlos Gutiérrez moderates “Nurturing New Film Talent,” a conversation with guest filmmaker Martha Sosa Elizondo. Martha, an Emmy-winning producer of such trailblazing films as Alejandro González Iñarritu’s Amores Perros and the multiple award-winning documentary Presumed Guilty, recently produced Plaza de la Soledad – screening for the first time in Arizona at Tucson Cine Mexico on March 28.
After the Conversation, head back out to the patio for music by guest DJs Humblelianess and Enrique García Naranjo, and dance the night away.
FREE! No tickets required.
After 5 pm all parking is FREE in the streets surrounding the museum as well as in TMA’s lot at the corner of Washington and Meyer, and the Paseo Redondo lot.