Just sharing a pretty good looking event coming up that you may want to mark on your calendars. The Hola Mexico Festival takes place at various locations in downtown Los Angeles, May 15th to 22th and highlights music, food and film from Mexico. Hit the jump for more details.
By Latino LA
The Hola Mexico Film Festival returns to Los Angeles for the fifth consecutive year, now offering an array of the best of Mexico in film, food and music. With an enhanced mission to provide a complete cultural experience to its patrons, the festival rebrands as the Hola Mexico Festival with three separate but complimentary festival components.
The Hola Mexico Film Festival, presented by Dish Latino, will screen the best recent narrative and documentary feature films by Mexican directors and film production companies. The Hola Mexico Food Festival will create a food showcase extravaganza featuring 5 renown chefs from Mexico cooking live for the event’s attendees. At the intersection of film and music, the Hola Mexico Music Festival will showcase concerts and music themed documentaries featuring Celso Pina and Molotov, among others.
The Hola Mexico Festival takes place at various locations in Downtown Los Angeles, California on May 15th to 22th. See www.holamexicoff.com for more information.
In order to provide a state of the art movie experience, to accommodate the increasing popularity and; to hold the film, food and music events with relatively close distance to each other, the Hola Mexico Festival moves to downtown Los Angeles.
The opening night celebration of the Hola Mexico Film Festival presented by Dish Latino will take place at the Los Angeles Theater on Broadway, a stunning building with a long legacy of galas and film opening of Hollywood of yesteryear. All regular film screenings will take place at the Regal Cinemas L.A. Live Stadium 14; L.A. Live is the epicenter of entertainment and sports in Southern California.
The Hola Mexico Food Festival and the closing night extravaganza will be presented in collaboration with… [Read Full Article at Latino LA]