NALIP is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a roundtable series featuring filmmakers that have worked to elevate the voices of Latinxs in media. In our final installment of the “NALIP Roundtable Series: Storytellers” we have Maru Buendia-Senties as one of our featured speakers! While working at Troublemaker Studios in the Visual FX Department, Maru developed her own projects that showcase her personal experiences on the screen. Check out this clip to hear more about her hopes for the future of #Latinx voices on screen. Stay tuned for #NALIP‘s latest roundtable with our featured speakers to hear more from their discussion as we celebrate 20 years of NALIP and Latinx talent! #WeAreInclusion
“I want to tell stories that make other people feel what I’m feeling right now.” Maru Buendia-Senties
#WeAreInclusion campaign features outstanding NALIP content creators and their contributions to the industry. Today, we are excited to highlight writer and director Maru Buendia-Senties, check out her incredible journey in the industry.
Maru Buendia-Senties talks about her work with a select genre of films and their significance. “I like to write stories about horror, action, science fiction and I like it because when you go into genre filmmaking, you open an endless world of possibilities.”
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The Women’s History Month Conference is a venue for dialogue about women’s issues and activism through scholarly work. The purpose of this conference is to address and contemplate the “her story” of women inside and outside of academia. We have invited activists, scholars, and artists in all fields to present panels, papers, and workshops.
We invite you to participate in the Annual Women’s History Month Conference on March 27th and 28th, 2018 to be hosted at the Student Union East Building at UTEP.
Femme Frontera Filmmaker Showcase
Tuesday March 27th at 6pm
UTEP – Student Union Cinema
Saturday March 10th at 4pm
Cineport 10 – Allen Theaters
Las Cruces, NM
“A film about communication and alienation, Windows plays like a mini Black Mirror episode…It’s a dystopian tale, gorgeously shot, slickly designed and with some excellent effects work, that builds a plausible world in which the two characters exist.”
Read whole article here –> https://www.filminquiry.com/femme-frontera-filmmaker-showcase-2017-review/
Femme Frontera, a female film collective from the U.S.-Mexico border region, returns to EPFC with its 2nd Annual Femme Frontera Filmmaker Showcase. This year’s festival, “Crossing Borders”, includes short films made by women from borders around the world.
Echo Park Film Center – 1200 N Alvarado St, Los Angeles, California 90026 – Doors open at 7:30pm Admission $5
Tune in to Shorts TV Wednesday 12/6 and Sunday 12/10 at 4:36pm (ET) and 7:36pm (ET) to watch our Award-winning Sci-Fi short WINDOWS.
Shorts TV is available in the US on the following platforms:
Need to find a Shorts TV on your TV? Use the Channel Finder Link: http://shortstv.viewerlink.tv/
Upcoming broadcasting dates: December 6th, 10th, 19th, 28th.
The 2017 New York Short Film Festival will run November 3-9 one of Manhattan’s most loved Independent Cinemas — the Cinema Village in Greenwich Village. Showcasing the best of short filmmaking from around the world, the NYSFF celebrates indie films and filmmakers.
WINDOWS is scheduled to screen Sunday November 5th @ 6:30pm at the Cinema Village.