Spectrum will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 with an On Demand collection of movies available to customers for free and for rent, and featuring an all-star cast of actors including America Ferrera, Antonio Banderas, Michael Peña, Salma Hayek and Leslie Grace.
Spectrum TV customers can find free movies under the National Hispanic Heritage On Demand category, depending on their level of TV service. Free titles available include the 2021 film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical “In the Heights,” starring Anthony Ramos, Corey Hawkins and Leslie Grace; “Selena,” the 1997 musical drama starring Jennifer Lopez in the life and death story of the Tejano music star; and “Once Upon a Time in Mexico,” the 2003 Robert Rodriguez neo-Western action film featuring Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek.
Spectrum TV customers can also enjoy a collection of movies for rent under the Celebrate Hispanic Heritage category. Included among the rental titles are “Memories of My Father,” the 2020 drama starring Javier Cámara as the Columbian doctor and human rights leader Héctor Abad Gómez; the classic 2002 coming of age comedy-drama “Real Women Have Curves” starring America Ferrera; the 2014 biographical drama “Cesar Chavez” starring Michael Peña and Rosario Dawson as labor leaders organizing farm workers; “Pan’s Labyrinth,” a 2006 historical fantasy written and directed by Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro; “The Cuban,” the 2019 story of a medical student who befriends a jazz musician with dementia and starring Ana Golya and Louis Gossett, Jr.; and 2018’s “A Tuba to Cuba,” a documentary about the roots of New Orleans’ famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
Spectrum’s Hispanic Heritage Month movie collection is available as part of the company’s commitment to providing programming content that represents the diverse interests of the communities where Spectrum operates. Spectrum TV customers can access the On Demand portal via their Spectrum Guide.
More information is available here.