Dalton Stuart returns with another exciting edition of the The People’s History of Film! This week he sits down via Skype with Filmmaker Maru Buendia-Senties. They share a love for 80s action cinema and Maru tells us about her newest film WINDOWS.
We are very happy to share that our film WINDOWS will have a special screening next week 10/21 @ 6pm at the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles, CA.
Between Lines: Cultural union between US and México
Short form program curated and produced by DDN Pictures:
We’re happy to announce that our film ENTRE LINEAS will be screening Saturday 9/10 @ 1030am along with Simon Quiroz film CAGERS at South Texas International Film Festival as part of a special showcase from The University of Texas at Austin.
Bump in The Night wins Platinum Remi at WorldFest Houston Festival.
We’re very excited to share with you the Indiegogo campaign for our ambitious new Sci-Fi short, WINDOWS
We have 30 DAYS to reach our goal of $23K to complete post production on Indiegogo.
WINDOWS explores the effect that Human-Computer Interface and Artificial Intelligence technology has on our humanity. We’ve wrapped production and the footage looks amazing. Now we need YOUR help to make WINDOWS a reality! We’ve already raised $2,075 and you can help us keep the momentum going. Check out our Indiegogo campaign page for more information and to help us reach our goal! WINDOWS is helmed by Maru Buendia-Senties with the collaboration of talented female filmmakers like: Ellie Ann Fenton (Cinematographer), Mich
We are excited to be involved with NALIP and to be a part of their tireless efforts to support and promote Latino filmmakers. Windows is a bilingual film with characters speaking both English and Spanish and is part of a larger story that involves characters from around the world.
We’re happy to announce that our horror short film BUMP IN THE NIGHT will be screening this April 2016 at the 45th WorldFest-Houston International Film and Video Festival.
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