ORLANDO, Fla., August 21 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — With the 198th anniversary of Mexico’s Independence as the motive, Azteca America Central Florida, the Mexican Consulate in Orlando, and Casa de Mexico present the first series of Cine Mexicano on September 7, 8, and 9, on the screens of Premiere Cinemas, located at 3201 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Florida 32803.
Showcasing the unforgettable icons of Mexican cinema Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete in the movie “Dos Tipos de Cuidado” (Two Types of Warning), this first series includes a repertoire of current movies, appropriate for
The movies playing will be “Mezcal” (2006) directed by Ignacio Ortiz, “La Vida Inmune” (2006) by director Ramon Cervantes, “El Mago” (2005), which won the Zenith de Oro at the Montreal Film Festival, “Historias del Desencanto” (2005), and Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete’s classic, “Dos Tipos de Cuidado” (1953).
“At Azteca America Central Florida, we are always working with our community, looking for new ways to get involved; and what better way to celebrate Mexico’s Independence this September than with our people, giving them traditions and images of their country thanks to the magic of the movies. Without a doubt, we feel proud of our name Azteca America, our people, and what we represent as a TV channel,” said Alonso Garcia, Vice President of Communications.
Schedule for the first series of Cine Mexicano:
Sunday, September 7
2:30 p.m. — Inauguration of First Circle of Cine Mexicano
3:00 p.m. — Dos Tipos de Cuidado (1953) Classic with Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete
5:00 p.m. — El Mago (2005)
7:00 p.m. — La Vida Inmune (2006)
Monday, September 8
7:00 p.m. — Mezcal (2006)
9:00 p.m. — Historias de Desencanto (2005)
Tuesday, September 9
7:00 p.m. — Dos tipos de Cuidado (1953) Classic with Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete
9:00 p.m. — El Mago (2005)
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About Azteca America Central Florida
Azteca America W21AU is the best alternative for Hispanic families of Central Florida. As part of the network with the most growth in the United States, its signal is distributed in the DMA of Orlando through DirecTV, Dish Network, Verizon Cable, DMC Cable (Channel 21), Lee Vista Cable (Channel 7), Ygnition Cable (Channel 10), Hotwire Cable (Channel 12), and Moonbeam Cable (Channel 15).
Azteca America has access to the best programming of the three stations of TV Azteca Mexico and a library of more than 200,000 hours of programming. It is also complemented with a variety of international programs produced in Latin America.
Along with its national and international programming, Azteca America Central Florida produces and transmits its own local program “Viva Orlando” from Universal Studios Orlando, with an annual production of 165 programs. Azteca America brings the finest Spanish-language programming and unique advertising solutions to companies seeking to reach one of the most dynamic markets in the country.
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