Showcasing the best in contemporary Mexican cinema, Tucson Cine Mexico is the longest-running festival of contemporary Mexican film in the U.S.
Each year, Tucson Cine Mexico hosts directors, producers, editors, actors and cinematographers of contemporary Mexican cinema. Filmmakers engage with audiences via moderated Q&As and panels.
The festival is presented by the Hanson Film Institute at the University of Arizona, and New York’s Cinema Tropical from March 21-25.
Established in Tucson by the UA Hanson Film Institute in 2004, Tucson Cine Mexico (TCM) has become a vital platform for the screening of Mexican films in this country.
The festival is free and promoted bilingually, and regularly attracts a diverse audience. Since its inception, Tucson Cine Mexico has attracted more than 20,000 festival-goers and has been host to more than 40 filmmakers and industry professionals.
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