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URBAN-15's "Hidden Histories" Series

As part of the city’s calendar of Tricentennial arts activities, Hidden Histories is a monthly, magazine-format video series that pursues and preserves the stories, lives, and places that make San Antonio an inspiring cultural treasure. Over the course of 2018, Hidden Histories will premiere 12 monthly screenings live in our studio, free of charge. Each screening highlights archival interviews with community leaders; significant performances by musicians, dancers and poets; interactions with working artists; lost documentaries; forgotten narrative films; and vintage discussions of important community issues. Live screenings are supplemented by interviews and discussions with participants, family members of those featured, and field experts. Following each live screening, video segments are archived online for 24/7 access. 

For more information on the Hidden Histories series, or to view previous installments, please visit

All live and online screenings of Hidden Histories are free of charge. Live screenings take place at the URBAN-15 studio (2500 S. Presa 78210) at 7pm on the first Monday of the month. Online screenings can also be viewed live at Afterwards, episodes are archived online at


The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is excited to announce the official film lineup for the nonprofit’s 40th Annual CineFestival sponsored by the San Antonio Film Commission. This year’s festival will take place July 5 – July 8, 2018 with the theme Hecho En Tejas. Of the films featured in this year’s lineup, 41 of the films were shot in Texas or directed by Texas filmmakers with 23 of the films directed by San Antonio filmmakers or San Antonio natives. The four-day Latino film festival will feature 56 films from Latino artists, including work from local director, Jesse Borrego. Now celebrating its 40th year, CineFestival is the longest running Latino film festival in the country. Learn more at

Mockingbird Mobile Cinema

On July 7 at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., four local artists and two great organizations combine for one night of intriguing film and new media experience at La Botanica with the theme "Can You Hear Me? LGBTQ Voices."  

This is an intimate screening of experimental and Avant-Garde film and new media hosted by Mockingbird Media & Arts and curated by Brenda L. Burmeister. 
This is an official Tricentennial 2018 event sponsored by the San Antonio Film Commission. 

San Antonio Film Festival

Occurring August 1 - 6, 2018, the San Antonio Film Festival attracts film lovers, and our audiences include press, filmmakers, industry leaders and die-hard fans. The San Antonio Film Festival sets up an amazing, creative innovative environment for just a few days every year where opportunities for one-on-one networking abound, connections are forged and filmmakers have a slew of unique opportunities to share ideas and advance their careers. As an accessible and inclusive platform for cinema artists, the San Antonio Film Festival also brings together scores of new and original films from across the country and around the world to delight, elevate and edify cinema lovers as well. Learn more at