More than 200 Mexican films, shorts and series come to you totally free, courtesy of Mexican Institute of Cinematography (Imcine).
To promote that people stay at home while the contingency passes through Covid-19, the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico, through Imcine offers a large catalog from the platform FilminLatino.
Every week, the page will launch new releases.
Films by Arturo Ripstein, Carlos Reygadas, Pila Pellicer, winning productions of the Oscar or Goya, among many others, appear on the FilminLatino list.
Amores Perros, Austral Fever, Güeros, Deep crimson, I just want to walk, Strawberry and chocolate, The sleeping voice, This is life, You're killing me Susana, Deficit, The blue room, they are just some of the films that you can find on the platform.
Much of the Imcine heritage is freely available, but if a movie appears on the diamond or premiere category, you will have to pay between 25 and 35 pesos to see it.
There are also monthly or semi-annual subscriptions, at affordable prices.
In addition, any user may request a gift code equivalent to one month's subscription, which gives access to the entire catalog of the platform.
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