Bloodbank Productions is proud to announce it’s new horror short film Bump In The Night, a story of the boy who cried wolf meets invasion of the body snatchers. Written by Maru Buendia-Senties & Glenn Eanes.
The festival focuses in sharing the vital experiences of the people who live or have lived in the Southwest of Texas. These images have been captured and filmed by up and coming filmmakers who have set their eyes and hearts on this region of our beloved Lone Star State.
October 3rd, 10th & 24th 2013
Entre Lineas will screen October 3rd @ 630pm
Filmmakers in Austin and New Orleans will soon have a new venue for showcasing their creative talents, thanks to a new film exchange called “Deep South by Suroeste.” The film exchange, also know as DSXSO is the brainchild of two New Orleans based non-profits – Press Street and Charitable Film Network, and the Austin
Deep South by Suroeste will host a free public screening of Spanish and English language short films that focus on the Latino experience in the southwest.
The roster of award winning films includes two Cannes short film selections by Angela Torres (Mexico) and Mario Troncoso (Spain), and impressive works by two of the most important Latino filmmakers to have come out of Texas in recent years, Miguel Alvarez and Maru Buendia-Senties, and up-and-coming filmmaker
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Bloodbank Productions, give a big thank you, to Graphic Designer and Illustrator Kurt Volk for designing the poster for The Unnamed. If you like this poster, and I bet you do, please visit his website to see more of his work.
Filmmaker, Maru Buendia-Senties, will be interview tonight at 930pm (MDT) and will be screenning La Pared and Entre Líneas by local TV show Así es Juárez. For those viewers in Mexico, the show can be viewed by Cablemas Channel 9 and 135, for all other viewers you can see the show at: www.opinionpublica.tv
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