Special presentation of “Dos Estaciones” at the AFI Latin Film Festival

Canal Washington, D.C.

Special Presentation. Post-screening reception and tequila tasting sponsored by the Mexican Cultural Institute in DC

Presented as part of CineMexa, the film program of the Mexican Cultural Institute in DC

Amid the picturesque agave fields of Jalisco, María Garcia (Teresa Sánchez, THE CHAMBERMAID) owns Dos Estaciones, a once-successful tequila business struggling to pay the bills. María is now forced to compete with deep-pocketed multinational companies and an especially brutal growing season. With the weight of the town and her employees’ livelihoods on her shoulders, María must grapple with economic realities and reckon with the future. Sánchez won a Special Jury Award for Acting at the Sundance Film Festival for her iron-willed performance in Juan Pablo Gonzélez’s (CABALLERANGO) beautifully lensed feature narrative debut.

In Spanish with English subtitles.
Run Time: 99 Minutes
Genre: Drama