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Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will present the 43rd Annual CineFestival, featuring 85 films, including 22 films from San Antonio and 24 films in the Lone Star State.

The festival will feature 24 screenings showcasing 12 feature films and 73 short films. The festival will open with the San Antonio premiere of Pepe Serna, Life Is Art a joyous look at the life and work of groundbreaking Mexican-American character actor Pepe Serna, a native of Corpus Christi whose hundred-plus charismatic scene-stealing roles paved the way for generations of Chicanx actors in Hollywood and beyond.

The closing night film will be the world premiere of Cuerpo, directed by San Antonio's own Mark Zuñiga, an ambitious horror film set in 18th century San Antonio exploring the culture and clashes between the Spanish colonists and the indigenous people they are trying to convert; a recipient of the San Antonio Film Commission's local filmmaker grant, Cuerpo is a passion project produced and shot in the San Antonio area with local cast, crew, and an original score.

For the full schedule and more information, visit the event website.

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will present the 43rd Annual CineFestival, featuring 85 films, including 22 films from San Antonio and 24 films in the Lone Star State.

The festival will feature 24 screenings showcasing 12 feature films and 73 short films. The festival will open with the San Antonio premiere of Pepe Serna, Life Is Art a joyous look at the life and work of groundbreaking Mexican-American character actor Pepe Serna, a native of Corpus Christi whose hundred-plus charismatic scene-stealing roles paved the way for generations of Chicanx actors in Hollywood and beyond.

The closing night film will be the world premiere of Cuerpo, directed by San Antonio's own Mark Zuñiga, an ambitious horror film set in 18th century San Antonio exploring the culture and clashes between the Spanish colonists and the indigenous people they are trying to convert; a recipient of the San Antonio Film Commission's local filmmaker grant, Cuerpo is a passion project produced and shot in the San Antonio area with local cast, crew, and an original score.

For the full schedule and more information, visit the event website.

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will present the 43rd Annual CineFestival, featuring 85 films, including 22 films from San Antonio and 24 films in the Lone Star State.

The festival will feature 24 screenings showcasing 12 feature films and 73 short films. The festival will open with the San Antonio premiere of Pepe Serna, Life Is Art a joyous look at the life and work of groundbreaking Mexican-American character actor Pepe Serna, a native of Corpus Christi whose hundred-plus charismatic scene-stealing roles paved the way for generations of Chicanx actors in Hollywood and beyond.

The closing night film will be the world premiere of Cuerpo, directed by San Antonio's own Mark Zuñiga, an ambitious horror film set in 18th century San Antonio exploring the culture and clashes between the Spanish colonists and the indigenous people they are trying to convert; a recipient of the San Antonio Film Commission's local filmmaker grant, Cuerpo is a passion project produced and shot in the San Antonio area with local cast, crew, and an original score.

For the full schedule and more information, visit the event website.

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WHERE

The Historic Guadalupe Theater
1301 Guadalupe St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
https://guadalupeculturalarts.org/cine-festival/

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