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Now Playing! Around Banderas Bay

The recent explosion of movie theaters in Puerto Vallarta give movie-goers a broad range of choices. From ultra-modern cinemas with up to 14 screens playing first-run films in English [with Spanish sub-titles] to combination coffee and movie houses playing art, international and independent films from over the years, going to the movies in Puerto Vallarta is a lot cheaper than back home . . . and a great way to learn a little Spanish, too.

Cinemex Plaza Caracol
Av. de los Tules #178
Tel: 224-8927

Cinemex Galerias
Galerías Vallarta – Fco. Medina Ascencio #2920
Tel: 221-0095

Cinemex Macro Plaza
Centro Comercial Marco Plaza, El Pitillal

Cinépolis VIP La Isla
Ave Francisco Medina Ascencio 2477

Click on preferred theater for movie listings. Movies availability and show times are subject to change without notice. Any change is the direct responsibility of the movie theater.


Amazon Unveils Plans for ‘The Boys’ Spinoff in Mexico City

The world of 'The Boys' could soon be expanding to Mexico. Amazon is reportedly in the early stages of developing a Spanish-language spinoff set against the vibrant backdrop of Mexico City. Drawing inspiration from the Garth Ennis/Darick Robertson comic books, the exact plot details of the new series remain shrouded in mystery.

Democrats Abroad October Movies, Forums, and Social Events

October is packed with activities for the Democrats Abroad Costa Banderas chapter. In addition to the monthly Coffee Morning, Nacho Daddy will be hosting Democrats Abroad's series of movies and forums that are meant to broaden perspectives and challenge you to think, feel, and respond.

Ariel Awards Ceremony in Guadalajara, Jalisco a Success

The 65th Premios Ariel ceremony, held in Guadalajara last weekend, marked a historic milestone in Mexican cinema. Traditionally held in Mexico City, it celebrated outstanding contributors in the Mexican film industry, and showcased the flourishing talent within Jalisco's film community.

Ariel Awards Make Historic Move to Guadalajara for 2023 Ceremony

Breaking tradition, the Ariel Awards, Mexico's premier film honors, is moving from Mexico City to the Teatro Degollado in Guadalajara for their 65th edition, set to take place September 9. If you can't make it to the capital city, you can watch the best of Mexican cinema from your home as these films hit digital platforms.

CARLOS: A Musical Odyssey Unveiled in Exclusive Premiere Event

Experience the captivating journey of a musical luminary as the world gears up for the much-awaited premiere of the documentary CARLOS. This extraordinary event, titled 'CARLOS: World Premiere of the Santana Story,' is slated to take place in cinemas worldwide on September 23 and 27 - and on the 23rd and 24th here in Puerto Vallarta.

Now Casting: Star in a Feature Rom-Com in Puerto Vallarta

According to Backstage Magazine, 'Ocean View,' a romantic comedy shooting this fall, is casting talent for its leads and supporting roles. Actors, aged 20–50, are wanted for leads and supporting roles in the film, which will shoot in September and October in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Mexican Film Production Broke Records Again in 2022

Mexico produced more films than ever before last year, despite an increasingly difficult financing environment. In its Statistical Yearbook of Mexican Cinema, the Mexican Institute of Cinematography recorded 258 Mexican feature films produced in 2022, surpassing the previous record set in 2021.

2023 Ariel Awards Ceremony Coming to Guadalajara September 9

The Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences recently revealed that the Santos Degollado Theater in Guadalajara will host the 65th Ariel awards ceremony. Traditionally held at Mexico City’s Palacio de Bellas Artes or the Cineteca Nacional, the ceremony is now headed to Jalisco for the first time.

23rd Edition of Puerto Vallarta Film Festival June 8-11

The most important film event in the city and the region, the Puerto Vallarta International Film Festival, will take place from June 8 to 11, 2023. A selection of premiere short films and full-length movies will be presented at various venues throughout the city.

Puerto Vallarta Streets Closed for the Filming of ‘Acapulco’

Some streets in downtown Puerto Vallarta were closed on Sunday for the filming of the third season of 'Acapulco', the popular Apple TV series starring Eugenio Derbez. Mina, Galeana, Agustín Rodríguez, Corona and Matamoros streets in the city center will be partially closed on Monday and Tuesday from 8 am to 10 pm.