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Corazón Healdsburg And The Alexander Valley Film Society Present ¡Vamos Juntos Al Cine! Let’s Go To The Movies!

MEDIA ADVISORY – April 18, 2019
Contact: Kathryn Hecht,, 707.893.7150
Leticia Romero,, 707.480.5608 (any inquiry in Spanish)


Corazón Healdsburg and AVFilm are bringing back Spanish language movies to Northern Sonoma County! For four terrific Sunday afternoons, April through December, families can gather for the free film series at the Raven Film Center in Healdsburg. Films will be shown in Spanish with English subtitles and will feature current movies and classic family favorites. Each screening will also feature a post-film discussion. On Saturday, August 10th, film fans, families, and students will gather at the Healdsburg Community Center for an authentic drive-in experience with SELENA on the jumbo screen, local food and drink, and perfect country surroundings.

WHAT: INSTRUCTIONS NOT INCLUDED on April 28, EL BOLERO DE RAQUEL on June 23, SELENA at the Drive-In on August 10, EAST SIDE SUSHI on October 6, and a Title TBD on December 8! Tickets are free and available on a first come first served basis. The series is generously underwritten by the Healdsburg Tourism Improvement District and the City of Healdsburg.

WHO: Families, film fans, and supporters of Corazón Healdsburg and AVFilm will enjoy five films in Spanish with English subtitles and additional events to be announced.

WHEN: Sundays at 2PM on April 28, June 23, October 6 and December 8. SELENA at the Drive-in is Saturday, August 10 at 5PM. The movie begins at dusk.

WHERE: All Sunday films will be held at 2PM at the Raven Film Center, 415 Center Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448. SELENA at the Drive-In will be held at the Healdsburg Community Center, 1557 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg, CA 95448.

About AVFilm

AVFilm began in 2015 when film lovers in Cloverdale and Healdsburg came together with a goal of bringing the rural North Bay more access to cinema arts events and education. The first AVFest featured 24 films across four days on four screens in two cities. In the eight years since our origin, AVFilm has exhibited more than 500 films and now serves more than 5,000 people, 1,000 public school students, and 600 lifelong learners through year-round educational and cultural programming. Through the transformative power of film, AVFilm brings global perspectives into our community, builds partnerships to broaden our impact, and educates, empowers, and engages students of all ages. For more information, visit

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