The city's largest and longest-running film festival will open again in AugustThe San Antonio Film Festival's producer Adam Rocha is a long-time lover of film and his enthusiasm can be infectious.
"It's just incredible. If you love movies this is the place for you. If you love art this is definitely the place for you," Rocha says. "So come on out, it's definitely a family event."
If you've never been to a film festival, he says the event features events that run the gamut, starting with those designed for people who just like watching films.
"You can think of it as Sundance in San Antonio. It's 7 days of cinema. We have about a hundred and eighty films," Rocha explains. San Antonio Film Festival events take place at both the Tobin Center and the Pearl from August 1 to 6, including free family night at the Pearl Studio.