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  The 6th World

Nanobah Becker

USA, Sci-Fi, 201215 min, RED, ColorEnglish

 

Tazbah Redhouse is a pilot on the first spaceship sent to colonize Mars. A mysterious dream the night before her departure indicates there may be more to her mission than she understands.

 

Regional Premierewww.futurestates.tv/episodes/6th-world 

Print Source: Nanobah Becker, nanobah_becker@hotmail.com

  

 

 

   
ExtraterrestreExtraterrestrial

Nacho Vigalondo

Spain, Comedy/Drama/Sci-Fi, 201190 min, RedOne, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Julio wakes up with one hell of a hangover. As he gradually takes in his surroundings, it's obvious he's not in his own bed. He introduces himself to Julia, his apparent hookup from the night before, and they go through the typically awkward conversation. Julia is clearly trying to get him out of her apartment as soon as possible. But as he gathers his belongings, they realize that things are much too quiet, even for a Sunday. A quick trip to the balcony reveals absolutely no one on the street. They gaze off into the distance and see a huge spaceship looming on the horizon. While they struggle to understand what they're seeing, Julia's neighbor Angel stops by. Angel brings news of the alien invasion, and it becomes apparent that he's obsessed with Julia and maybe even spying on the apartment. When Julia's live-in boyfriend Carlos comes home, things become even more complicated. (Synopsis by Luke Mullen)

Co-presented by Fantastic Fest

Repertory Screening

www.tugg.com/extraterrestrial

Nacho Vigalondo was born in Cabezón de la Sal, Cantabria, Spain. He studied Audiovisuals at the University of the Basque Country, and is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) and of the European Film Academy (EFA). He received an Academy Award® nomination for short film 7:35 de la Mañana (2003). His feature films are Timecrimes (2007) and Extraterrestrial (2011).

Producer: Nahikari IpiñaProduction Companies: Sayaka Producciones, Apaches Entertainment, Antena 3 FilmsScreenwriter: Nacho VigalondoCinematographer: Jon D. DomínguezEditor: Jon D. DomínguezSound Design: Roberto FernandezMusic: Jorge MagazCast: Michelle Jenner, Julián Villagrán, Carlos Areces, Miguel Noguera, Raúl Cimas

Print Source: Brian Parsons - Tugg, Inc., brianp@tugginc.com

Saturday, April 28 - 10:00 PM

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

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El hada buena: Una fabula peronista The Good Fairy: A Peronist Tale

María Laura Casabé

Argentina, Science Fiction/Fantasy, 2010 85 min, MiniDV, Color Spanish with English subtitles

 

In a near-future Argentina where the government has returned to a Peronist benefactor model of society... siblings Esther and Horacio have adapted to this new way of living by participating in the public options of children who are up for adoption. Families flock to these auctions in hopes of buying a child who is worthy of winning the Perón Sponsorship, which provides a life-long pension to the family of the winning child. With Juan Domingo the Seventh, Esther and Horacio may have found a candidate for the prize. El hada buena shows a fantasy world where all the rules have changed, and all the hopes and dreams of Argentina's citizens lie in a false leader.

 

International Premiere

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Laura Casabé, one of the founders of Horno Productions, worked as cinematographer on several of the company's shorts titled Plop videos. El hada buena: Una fabula peronista is her first feature.

 

 

Producer: Eugenia Tramezzani, Micaela Sleigh Production Companies: Horno Producciones Screenwriter: Laura Casabé Cinematographer: Laura Casabé Editor: Eugenia Tramezzani Sound Design: Mariano Suarez Music: Federico Haro Cast: Alejandro Parrilla, Rodrigo Lico Lorente, Orlando Mastropaolo, Walter Cornás, Lidia Epztein, Hernan Losicer, Rocio Rodriguez Presedo Print Source: Laura Casabé, lauracasabe@yahoo.com.ar

 

Blue Starlite Drive-In Tue. April 26 11:00 PM FREE!

 

 

TL-2: La felicidad es una leyenda urbana Happiness is an Urban Legend

Tetsuo Lumière

Argentina, Science Fiction, 2009 85 min, HDV, Color/Black & White Spanish with English subtitles

 

Lumi has always dreamed of making the best science fiction movie of all time. In the process, he manages to fall in love with both a blind girl named Lourdes and her best friend Natasha. A passionate and secret romance plays out with both girls. At the same time, he convinces his childhood psychiatrist to take on the role of the arch-villain of his movie, which is being produced by a textile company. Lumi ends up blinded by greed and his base instincts, and nothing turns out as planned. As a result, his mother goes crazy obsessively searching for Lumi's real father. Winner of the Best Film Award in the Mar de Plata International Film Festival.

 

North American Premiere

www.TL-2.com.ar

 

Tetsuo Lumière is a film director, writer, producer and actor born in Argentina. After attending several film courses at the Buenos Aires University Rojas Center, he directed his first short comedy, The Strange Spoon-stabbed Woman Affair. His first feature, TL-1: Mi reino por un platillo volador, was well received by critics and won numerous awards. He is currently working on his new project, TL-3: Destiny is My Fate.

 

Producer: Tetsuo Lumière Production Companies: Compañía General de la Imagen Screenwriter: Tetsuo Lumière Cinematographer: Sergio Nemirovsky, Sebastián Zicarello, Paola Bellatio, Mariano Torres, Mariano Aponte Editor: Tetsuo Lumière Sound Design: Hugo Meyer Music: Peter Tchaikovsky, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach, Modest Mussorgsky, Antonio Vivaldi, Edvard Grieg, Fryderyk Chopin, Claude Debussy Cast: Tetsuo Lumiere, Ana Maria Castel, Natalia Santiago, Diamela Viani, Adrian Goldberger, Daniel Cler, Gabriel Chame Buendía, Claudia Schijman, Gimena Blesa, Simon Ratziel, Leonor De Kirchmayr, Emilio Gei, Gregorio Keleshian, Ezio Massa, Natalia Miranda, Ernesto Suazo, Antu Piazza Print Source: Paul Hudson - Outsider Pictures, info@outsiderpictures.us

 

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TL-1: Mi reino por un platillo volador My Kingdom for a Flying Saucer

Tetsuo Lumière

Argentina, Science Fiction, 2004 111 min, HDV, Color/Black & White Spanish with English subtitles

 

Young Lumi, born in a small town without a movie theater, fell in love with movies by watching them on TV. Inspired by his favorite, The War of the Worlds, he dreams of making a movie about flying saucers attacking Buenos Aires. Once a teenager and living in Buenos Aires, he never stopped making cheap movies and waiting for the chance to become rich and famous to finally make his dream film. But one day he faints while filming. After being taken to the hospital, he learns that he has a brain tumor and only a few months to live. Despite having no job, no money, no girlfriend and being on the verge of death, he is not discouraged. He spends his last weeks making his dream film, whatever it takes.

 

North American Premiere

www.TL-1.com.ar

 

Tetsuo Lumière is a film director, writer, producer and actor born in Argentina. After attending several film courses at the Buenos Aires University Rojas Center, he directed his first short comedy, The Strange Spoon-stabbed Woman Affair. His first feature, TL-1: Mi reino por un platillo volador, was well received by critics and won numerous awards. He is currently working on his new project, TL-3: Destiny is My Fate.

 

Producer: Tetsuo Lumière Production Companies: Compañía General de la Imagen Screenwriter: Tetsuo Lumière Cinematographer: Sergio Nemirovsky Editor: Tetsuo Lumière Sound Design: Luis Aguero, Tetsuo Lumiere, Hugo Meyer, Sergio Nemirovsky Music: Peter Tchaikovsky, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach, Modest Mussorgsky, Antonio Vivaldi, Edvard Grieg, Fryderyk Chopin, Claude Debussy Cast: Anna Maria Castel, Walter Gavazzi, Facundo Estrada, Verónica Mor, Adrián Goldbergereno, Amauri Sola, María Méndez, Claudia Schijman, León Dugodni, Florencia Smayenka, Elvelyn Bliman Print Source: Paul Hudson - Outsider Pictures, info@outsiderpictures.us

 

Mexican American Cultural CenterTue. April 26 7:00 PM FREE!

 

 

The near future. The world is divided by closed borders but connected by a digital network that ties together people around the world. Memo Cruz lives in an isolated farming community in Mexico, the kind of place that seems frozen in time—except for the hi-tech, militarized dam that was built by a corporation, and now controls the town’s water supply. Memo dreams of leaving his small pueblo and finding work in the hi-tech factories in the big cities in the north. On his journey north, he meets Luz, an aspiring journalist who dreams of writing a story that might one day change the world. Unwittingly their fates are manipulated by a chain of events emanating from the highest levels of technological advances.