hola mexico film festival

Juarez: Stages of Fear

Prepare for summer with the hottest new films from one of the world's most colourful cultures.

Wed 29 Nov - Tue 5 Dec 2006

Opening night > Full $45 Concession $30
Single > Full $15 Concession $12.50
Five film pass > Full $60 Concession $45

Find out more at http://www.holamexicoff.com/

thumbnail from only god knows

only god knows

A desparate Brazilian student accepts a ride from a striking stranger to pick up a replacement passport in Mexico City.

thumbnail from to the other side

to the other side

A powerful film about three children venturing from their home into unknown lands.

thumbnail from mezcal


A group plagued by guilt, pain, lack of love and a desire for revenge meet on the day of a storm at a cantina in the mythical town of Parian.

thumbnail from el santo vs the vampire women

el santo vs the vampire women

The superhero wrestler El Santo was the ultimate Mexican idol, appearing in 55 films. El Santo vs the Vampire Women is one of his most famous.

thumbnail from stories of disenchantment

stories of disenchantment

This film is a rare, experimental combination of sci-fi and fantasy from Mexico.

thumbnail from juarez: stages of fear

juarez: stages of fear

Juarez: Stages of Fear explores kidnappings, corrupt Mexican police and the murders of young women in the border city of Juarez.

thumbnail from a thousand clouds of peace

a thousand clouds of peace

For seven days, Gerardo roams the streets of Mexico City in search of someone who can reveal the secret hidden in a letter left by his lover Bruno.

that makes four

Four stories... one city. That Makes Four is an anthology from some of Mexico's top film directors, including Oscar nominated Carlos Carrera.

thumbnail from japĆ³n


Shocking, sad, and weird, Carlos Reygadas' opera prima Japón is one of the most influential manifestations of new Mexican cinema.

thumbnail from the eye on the nape

pezzy pinatas

Six short films presented by Pedestrian Group. Follow the short film program with PEZ DJs in the ACMI Lounge. Be ready to break a pinata!

los olvidados

Los Olvidados documents the lives of children in big cities.

Facebook icon   Twitter icon   Contact Us Terms of Use Privacy Site Map   Share and Print   Victorian Government Website