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Saturday, CineMundo at Main Plaza hosts the official kick-off of the 16th Annual San Antonio Film Festival, which technically doesn’t begin until Wednesday, June 23 (look for a full schedule in next week’s Current). Guests are invited to bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnics to this evening of seven short films under the stars. Program highlights include Vincent Valdez’s sweetly haunting 45-minute documentary Recuerdo (you might recognize a few folks who posed for this moving portrait of SA), Oro Verde (a 14-minute film exploring Argentina’s tea industry), and Stay Brady Stay (a 26-minute documentary focused on the emigration of skilled labor — from Northeast Louisiana in this case — a process known as Brain Drain). Free, Saturday, June 19, 8-11pm, Main Plaza, 111 Soledad, slabcinema.com


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