2017 is the 1st year of the Tijuana Film Fest, which was created to promote upcoming talent in the film industry. Many successful features have had their beginnings in festivals as shorts, that’s why this 1st edition is focused on Short Films!
Because everything has its own beginning.
Señorita Cinema is The Lone Star States very first ALL LATINA film festival. In the past the role of the Latina woman in film, for the most part, was left to the imaginations of others with very typical Hollywood results. Señorita Cinema turns the screen over to the rising wave of Latina women who are sharing their stories and visions by making movies and video art. The festivals aim is to show the rich tapestry of different voices, styles, ideas, unique to the Latina experience.
WINDOWS is scheduled to screen as part of the Super Shorts Program on Saturday, September 23rd at 7pm at Aurora Picture Show Doors open at 6pm. Come take a swing at this cinematic piñata, and arrive early to check out the Mini Mercado with local artisan-made goodies, community partners, and beverages.
Location: 2442 Bartlett Street, Houston, TX 77098 Phone: (713)868.2101
Femme Frontera Showcase is dedicated to spotlighting stories which challenge common, often false narratives, and are told in new, innovative ways and never cease to educate and empower.
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The mission of the Sydney Indie Film Festival in Australia is to bring opportunities for independent filmmakers and great cultural entertainment to the community by showing stories from around the world, uniting the power of great cinema.
Tue. 26 September 2017 at 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm AEST
Event Cinemas – 525 George Street #505 Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
Cine+Más SF contributes to the Bay Area’s active and diverse arts scene through the San Francisco Latino Film Festival, year-round programming and special events centered on Latino arts- including the visual, performance, and literary arts. The Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival showcases the work of emerging and established filmmakers from the US, Latin America, Spain and Portugal. It is a celebration of the latest work coming out of the 20+ countries with which we all share a bond.
Shorts Mexico was born in 2006 due to the need and desire to have a platform for national and international shorts in Mexico City. During past years, the festival has had over 15,000 viewers in attendance, and usually receives more than 1500 submissions.
This year Shorts Mexico will have as main venues: Cineteca Nacional, Cinemex, Museo Nacional de Arte, Museo Soumaya, Centro de Estudios en Ciencias de la Comunicación CECC, Centro Cultural Universitario de la UNAM, el Instituto Goethe, Casa del Lago and many more. After the festival’s closure, the curated program will travel to different cities in Mexico and around the world.
The Plaza Classic Film Festival in El Paso, TX, is now in its 10th year and will run from August 3rd to August 13th. It was started by the El Paso Community Foundation in 2008 as a special project to bring movies back to the historic Plaza Theatre. The first Festival was called The Movies Return to the Plaza Theatre and was the brainchild of EPCF President/CEO Eric Pearson and movie enthusiast Charles Horak.
The Plaza Classic Film Festival also has become a major showcase for regional filmmakers through its Local Flavor series, sponsored by the Texas Film Commission.
Saturday August 12th – 8pm – Shorts II Program
Foundation Room, 333 N. Oregon – Free Event
WINDOWS scheduled to screen at Pachuca Film Fest in Hidalgo, Mexico in Una Mirada al Mundo program, June 26th to July 1st 2017.
Windows wins Best Science Fiction Award at the West Coast International Film Festival.
These film awards based in Malibu West since 2010 are run by high-end industry professionals who have decided to show recognition to all good-quality productions and crew people. Seeking to encourage young and established artists alike in the film and television industry.
The WINDOWS cast and crew gets to screen at Cine Las Americas in the city where everything begun for the talented actress Gabriela Ostos, our rockstar Director of Photography Ellie Ann Fenton, VFX and Motion Graphics genius Jaime Cano, the one and only magnifique sound mixer and writer Glenn Eanes, and the brilliant writer/director Maru Buendia-Senties.
Screening on Thursday May 4th – 6pm at Santa Cruz Theater – Narrative Shorts Competition.