Rafael 1 Sun, Oct 7, 2018 11:00 AM
Film Info
Category:Animation Nation
Viva el Cine
Section:Family Films
Running Time:105 min.
Director:Lee Unkrich
Adrian Molina
Producer:Darla K. Anderson
Screenwriter:Adrian Molina
Matthew Aldrich
Cinematographer:Matt Aspbury
Danielle Feinberg
Editor:Steve Bloom
Lee Unkrich
Cast:Luis Ángel Gómez Jaramillo
Gael García Bernal
Marco Antonio Solís
Angélica Vale
Angélica María
Print Source:Walt Disney Pictures
Note Writer:Joanne Parsont


Únete a nosotros para una gran fiesta para dar comienzo al programa especial de ¡Viva el Cine! del MVFF41 con la primera proyección en Marin de Coco, uno de los favoritos de la familia Pixar en español (con subtítulos en inglés). Ven temprano, habrá: pintura facial del Día de Muertos, churros frescos y chocolate, y un mariachi en vivo. Luego acomódate para disfrutar de la colorida historia de un niño mexicano que viaja a la Tierra de los Muertos para encontrar a sus antepasados y la fuente de su profundo amor—y la razón del desdén de su familia—por la música.

Join us for a special fiesta to kick off MVFF41’s ¡Viva el Cine! program, with the first Marin screening of this Oscar®-winning Pixar family favorite in Spanish (with English subtitles). Come early for Day of the Dead face painting, fresh churros and chocolate, and live mariachi music. Then settle in to enjoy the colorful story of a young Mexican boy’s journey to the Land of the Dead to find his ancestors and the source of his deep love—and his family’s disdain—for music.

Festivites begin at 10:00am with face painting for kids at Riley Street Art Supply. Free with Coco movie ticket only.

Special discounted ticket prices: $8 general / kids 12 and under free (ticket required for all)

Expected Guest: Director Lee Unkrich

Sponsored by:

In association with MarinArts

Additional Information

Lee Unkrich joined Pixar Animation Studio in April 1994 and currently serves as vice president, editorial & layout. He co-directed the studio’s first-ever Oscar® winner for best animated feature, Finding Nemo (2003). As the director of Toy Story 3 (2010) and Coco (2017), Unkrich received two Academy Awards® for Best Animated Feature. He received a third nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay for Toy Story 3. Prior to joining Pixar, Unkrich worked in television as an editor and director. He graduated from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts in 1991, where he directed several award-winning short films.

Adrian Molina began at Pixar Animation Studio as a story intern in 2006. Since joining the studio full-time that fall, Molina has worked on the Academy Award®-winning feature films Ratatouille (2007) and Toy Story 3 (2010), and as a story artist for Disney•Pixar’s Monsters University (2013). Most recently, Molina was the co-director and writer of Academy Award-winner Coco (2017). Growing up in Grass Valley, CA, Molina found inspiration in making home movies with his three siblings. Prior to Pixar, Molina attended the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in character animation.