Free Film Festival: Golden Age of Mexican Cinema
See free movies from The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema at the KiMo Theatre in a new series in partnership with the Consulate of Mexico.
The Cine de la Época de Oro festival spotlights vintage Mexican movies – in Spanish with English subtitles – on three consecutive Thursdays starting on March 28, 2013. All films start at 7 pm at the KiMo Theatre.
The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema movie line-up is:
March 28: Enamorada (Enamoured) starring María Félix, and Pedro Armendáriz, in a Mexican Revolution drama directed by Emilio ‘el Indio’ Fernández.
April 4: Dos Tipos de Cuidado, or Two Dangerous Guys – I know some of those. The romantic comedy stars Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete as two buddies who decide to give up womanizing when they fall in love with two ladies, but there are twists in the tale about the ladies they fall for, and so the fun begins.
April 11: Teatro de Crimen (Theater of Crime) apparently offers a comedic twist on the Phantom of the Opera story, starring María Antonieta Pons and César del Campo, directed by Fernando Cortés.
Doors open 30 minutes before show time – take cash for the Kimo Theatre concessions.
The KiMo Theatre is located at 423 Central Avenue NW.