Happy to announce that our short Bump in the Night will be screening the 10th Annual Spooky Movie International Horror Film Festival!
Check out their website for more horrific films and be sure to join us on October 11th @ 6pm in Arlington, VA.
I’m thrilled to announce that our horror trailer The Unnamed will be screening this October at The Marfa Film Festival!!!
“Austin will unveil three first feature pitch projects from Mexico, a sign of the strength of its building genre scene and Mexican movie production at large: U.S.-Mexico co-pro, “Becoming An Action Hero,” from Maru Buendia-Senties, about how an aging Hollywood B-lister a Mexican producer create Mexico’s first action hero; “Blood Tissue,” from Fabian Archondo Arce, [...]
We are thrilled and honored to announce that our new project titled Becoming an Action Hero has been selected for this year’s Fantastic Market @ Fantastic Fest Sept 24th to 27th. It’s an honor to share this opportunity with all of these talented filmmakers!
Check out this amazing poster for our horror short Bump in The Night. Poster Design by Jaime Cano
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.
Featuring Gabriela Ostos & Robert Wiles
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 & [...]
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 [...]