5 Movie Screenings Happening in San Antonio This Week


The Peanut Movie
Friday, November 4
Join Potranco Branch Library as they celebrate the grand opening of San Antonio's newest public library location and the Mays Family YMCA at Potranco. Along with the outdoor screening of The Peanuts Movie is an official ribbon cutting ceremony, refreshments, family-friendly activities and a full facility tour. 4pm, Free, Friday, Nov. 4, Potranco Branch Library, 8764 State Hwy 151, Suite 102

A Class Apart
Saturday, November 5
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Mission Marquee Plaza is proud to hold a free outdoor screening of documentary A Class Apart, hosted by District 3 City Councilwoman, Rebecca Viagran. Get there early for  music by local Latin musicians and mariachis, as well as a premiere of three documentaries written by students from Harlandale High School. Vendors will be provided at the event, however, feel free to bring whatever outdoors sitting necessities, munchies or drinks you need to kick back and enjoy a night celebrating Hispanic culture. 6pm Saturday, Nov. 5, Free, Marquee Mission Plaza, 3100 Roosevelt Ave

Saturday, November 5
Brought to you by neighborhood businesses, Hemisfair Park is screening a Disney classic that will have your whole family's stomachs rumbling from laughter…and hunger. But before you cozy up on the lawn be sure to get there early for food, drinks and music courtesy of the park. 8:30pm Saturday, Nov. 5, Free, Hemisfair Park, 434 S. Alamo St

Las Tesoros de San Antonio—A Westside Story
Saturday, November 5

Mexican Cultural Institute is honored to be hosting a free screening of the documentary, Las Tesoros de San Antonio—A Westside Story. Immediately proceeding the screening will be a Q&A and a small reception as Las Tesoros de San Antonio will be in attendance ready to sign Commemorative First Edition DVDs that will be for sale at the event. 6pm, Saturday, Nov. 5, Free, Mexican Cultural Institute, 600 Hemisfair Plaza Way

Tuesday, November 8
In light of the 2016 Presidential Election, Improv Comedy Club at Rivercenter is hosting a premiere of animated political satire Spinterns. Accompanying the viewing will be a featured showcase of the comedians involved in the project and Aaron Long. If this film doesn't have you in tears from laughter by the end, Special Election Night Correspondent Jay Lafarr certainly will. 7:30, Tue. Nov. 8, $10, Improv Comedy Club at Rivercenter, 849 E Commerce St, Ste 893