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 WINDOWSa 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), Michele Bornheim (Producer),Gabriela Ostos & Krista Vendy (Actresses), to mention some. As one of four projects selected by NALIP as part of this year’s Latino Lens Narrative Incubator program, WINDOWS is bringing diversity to the Sci-FI genre and we appreciate your time and support.Spread the word! Like, Follow, and Share this with as many people as you can. We’re @windowsfilm on Instagram and Twitter. Over the coming weeks, we have a lot of great things planned so keep your eyes peeled!Join us and awaken to reality!
NALIPster Maru Buendia-Senties’ Latino Lens-incubated short film will be screened at the Latino Lens Showcase to be held on Thursday, June 23rd as part of the NALIP Media Summit. Check out the behind-the-scenes footage for a sneak peek!
We are excited to be involved with NALIPand 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.
With issues of diversity dominating the conversations surrounding the film industry, it’s always heartening to see film festivals supporting minority talent. Last week, at the Latino Reels panel at the Sundance Film Festival, NALIP (National Association of Latino Independent Producers) announced the winners of its 2015 Latino Lens: Narrative Shorts Incubator. Latino Lens is a new, exclusive incubation and media content production program designed to develop, nurture and produce a series of creative Latino projects.
“With Latino Lens, NALIP is thrilled to provide original production programming and support and promote Latino content creators and filmmakers. With the embarrassing and shameful lack of diversity seen yet again at this year’s Oscars, NALIP focuses on actions that directly address this need for change within and without Hollywood’s antiquated system,” said Axel Caballero, Executive Director of NALIP. Winners receive contributions for pre-production, production, and post-production tools, resources, and assets to support the successful completion of their short films.
Among the winners was MARU BUENDIA-SENTIES, whose short film WINDOWS joins three others —One Halloween by writer/director Rebecca Murga,Swimming in the Desert by writer/director Alvaro Ron, and Dying Man by writer/director Rodrigo Reyes—as the finalists of this months-long search. The final shorts will screen in June at 2016 NALIP Media Summit.
Congratulations to our amazing team: Maru Buendia-Senties, Glenn Eanes, Jaime Cano, Ellie Ann Fenton, Michael Baltazar, Ornella Jaramillo, Gabriela Ostos, Adrian Terrazas-González, Susan Fitz-Simon and to Latino Lens and NALIP for creating this fantastic opportunity!
Latino Lens, presented by NALIP and supported by a group of industry, media and organizational sponsors, is a new, exclusive incubation and media content production program designed to develop, nurture and produce a series of creative Latino projects submitted by Latino producers, directors and writers.
Projects and creators selected for the Latino Lens short narrative incubator are: “Windows” by writer/director Maru Buendia-Senties, “One Halloween” by writer/director Rebecca Murga, “Swimming in the Desert” by writer/director Alvaro Ron, and “Dying Man” by writer/director Rodrigo Reyes.
The final four selected participants for the narrative incubator will receive NALIP contributions for pre-production, production, and post-production tools, resources, and assets to support the successful completion of each short film. NALIP will also consult with these content creators on a viable distribution strategy to maximize exposure.
We want to thank our friends at Mezonia for inviting us to be screen Bump in the Night at their Picnic Cinema Halloween Edition this upcoming Saturday, October 24th from 5pm – 2am in El Chamizal Park in Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua.