Radical directed by Christopher Zalla is the winner of this year’s “Audience Award” at Hola México Film Festival
Hola Mexico Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Hola Mexico Film Festival
WHERE: Los Angeles, California
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The Hola Mexico Film Festival is the largest festival of Mexican cinema outside Mexico!
Hola México Film Festival will kick off with Sobreviviendo Mis XV (Surviving My XV) the coming of age comedy from director Chava Cartas.
The romantic comedy Enfermo Amor (Love Sick) by Marco Polo Constandse and Rodrigo Nava will close the 14th Hola Mexico Film Festival.
14th Hola México Film Festival Returns for Hispanic Heritage Month, Opens with ‘Lessons For Scoundrels’
The opening night film of the 14th Hola México Film Festival is “Lecciones Para Canallas” (Lessons For Scoundrels), a moving and hilarious comedy.
Samuel Kishi Leopo’s Los Lobos received the most votes to win the prestigious Audience Choice award at the 2021 Hola Mexico Film Festival.
The 2021 Hola México Film Festival in Los Angeles will open with Perdida from Mexican director Jorge Michel Grau.
Juliana Fanjul’s RADIO SILENCE and Roberto Escamilla’s CHANCES Win Hola Mexico Film Festival’s 2020 Awards
Juliana Fanjul’s film Silencio Radio ‘Radio Silence,’ won the Audience Choice Award at 2020 Hola Mexico Film Festival.
The 12th Hola México Film Festival will make its virtual debut with 20 Mexican films, opening with Gael Garcia Bernal’s Chicuarotes.
Hola Mexico Film Festival which has been postponed until September 2020 launches the Hola Mexico Virtual Theater online film series starting May 21.
Edgar Nito’s The Gasoline Thieves (Huachicolero) won the DishLATINO and Cinelatino Audience Choice award at the 2019 Hola Mexico Film Festival.
Hola Mexico Film Festival will close with the LA premiere of MIRREYES VS GODINEZ (MIRREYES CONTRA GODINEZ), a comedic social critique on Mexico’s polarized society.
RITA, THE DOCUMENTARY, on Underground Rock Band Santa Sabina’s Lead Singer Rita Guerrero to Screen at Hola Mexico Film Festival
Rita, The Documentary, film on Rita Guerrero, the brilliant lead singer of rock band Santa Sabina who passed away from breast cancer, will screen at the Hola Mexico Film Festival to celebrate the band’s 30th anniversary.