The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston presents The History Through Cinema

<i>The History Through Cinema</i>
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The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston will host The History Through Cinema, a program of 16 current Latin American and Spanish films that give an account of Hispanic-American history from the 15th century to the present.

The festival, taking place March through November on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, begins with Queen Isabella in Person by Rafael Gordon. This previously unreleased film will feature a special presentation of the director himself. The movie will include English subtitles and free popcorn.

Schedule of events

  • March 27: Queen Isabel in Person
  • April 10: La Corona Partida
  • April 24: La Otra Conquista
  • May 8: Alatriste
  • May 22: El ojo del canario
  • June 12: Revolution
  • June 26: Goya in Bordeaux
  • July 10: The Libertador
  • July 24: 1898: The last ones in Philippines
  • August 14: Roa
  • August 28: The German Doctor
  • September 11: Allende in his Labyrinth
  • September 25: Innocent Voices
  • October 9: La Vida Loca
  • October 23: 14 Kilometres
  • November 6: Even the Rain

Event Details

When

11.13.19 | 6:00 pm
11.27.19 | 6:00 pm

Where

The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston
3315 Sul Ross St.
Houston, TX 77098

Ticket Info

Admission is free.