One Big Film Party: Tucson Festival of Films (Oct. 8 to 10)


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Showings of films from 8 different film festivals, almost all at the Temple of Music & Art, 330 S. Scott downtown Tucson.  Only exception is “Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” (filmed in Tucson) at the Loft theater at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. on Saturday night.

And the Tucson Cine Mexico film on Saturday night, 7 p.m. is FREE.

For tickets and more activities prior to the films, go to: Tickets for each movie are $8, or $9.27 with a service fee for booking online.


  1. My husband and I attended the Cine Mexico showing tonight of “Gueros” at the Temple of Music & Art, along with a full house of patrons. This film noir showcases the underbelly of Mexico City through the eyes of two Mexican college students, drifting along while their co-students march & strike at the University. Joined by a younger brother on the edge of becoming a juvenile delinquent, they seek out a mysterious musician (Epigmenio Cruz) during their boredom. By the way, a guero is a light-skinned Mexican, often picked on by others in their culture.

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