Entre Lineas will screen at the McNay Museum connecting the exhibition Estampas de la Raza: Contemporary Prints from Romo Collection, as part of the Movies and Micheladas film series.
Sunday, October 14 2012, 2pm
McNay Art Museum, Chiego Lecture Hall
San Antoino, TX
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
based transmedia collective, Facundo International, Inc.
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
Sharon Arteaga from Corpus Christi. Two medium format shorts by South American filmmakers Gabriela Yepez (Peru), and Venezuelan-American Sergio Carvajal will also be featured. Filmmakers in attendance will participate in a short discussion immediately following the screenings.
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Contemporary Arts Center – Freeport McMoRan Theater
900 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
6:00pm Reception, followed by Film Screenings at 6:30pm
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
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is proud to present Cine en el Barrio: Burnt Orange y Que! on Sunday, July 24, 2011 at 2 p.m. at the Guadalupe Theater, 1301 Guadalupe Street. This special program showcases the works of young Latino filmmakers from The University of Texas at Austin where almost 25 percent of students in the film program are now Hispanic. The program includes new films by directors Miguel Alvarez, Maru Buendia-Senties, Angela Torres Camarena, Sergio Carvajal, David Fabelo, Ivete Lucas, Marcel Rodriguez, and Gabriela Yepes. The screening is co-presented by The Department of Radio-Television-Film at The University of Texas at Austin.
Tickets are $4; free for GCAC members. Cine en el Barrio is a monthly film series featuring classic and contemporary work by Latino filmmakers from across the globe. For more information, call (210) 271-3151 or visit www.guadalupeculturalarts.org.
ABOUT THE GUADALUPE:
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1980 to preserve, promote and develop the arts and culture of the Chicano/Latino/Native American peoples for all ages and backgrounds through public and educational programming in six disciplines: dance, literature, media arts, theater arts, visual arts and music. Visit www.guadalupeculturalarts.org or call (210) 271-3151 for more information
La Pared will screen June 18th at The Eastern in Austin, TX as part of Texas Film Scene ShowGo! Where the Best Short Films from directors in the Lone Star State screen quarterly. Think of it as the Linked In of Texas Film, come and meet with the directors and actors.