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Digna Guerra A film by  Marcel Beltrán

Cuba, Biographical Documentary/Music, 201357 min, 35mm/16mm/HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23rd 4:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

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Beneath the Blindfold A film by Ines Sommer, Kathy Berger

USA, Human Rights/Social Issue Documentary, 201255 min, HDV, ColorSpanish, English with English, Spanish subtitles

Wednesday, April 23rd 8:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

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Beautiful Sin A film by Gabriela Quirós

Costa Rica/USA, Human Rights/Social Issue Documentary, 201355 min, DVCAM, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26th 4:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Free Screening

Uvanga A film by Marie-Hélène Cousineau, Madeline Piujuq Ivalu

Canada, Drama, 201386 min, HD, ColorInuktitut, English with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26th 4:30PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 2

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Mujer conejo / Rabbit Woman A film by Verónica Chen

Argentina, Animation/Fantasy, 201381 min, HD 4K, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23rd 9:45PM

Marchesa Hall & TheatreBuy Tickets

Los insólitos peces gato / The Amazing Catfish A film by Claudia Sainte-Luce

Mexico, Comedy/Drama, 201389 min, Digital, ColorIn Spanish with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23rd 7:00PM

Marchesa Hall & TheatreBuy Tickets

El verano de los peces voladores / The Summer of Flying Fish A film by Marcela Said

Chile/France, Coming of Age/Drama/Comedy, 201387 min, HD, ColorIn Spanish with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26 - 6:30PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3

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Disruption A film by Pamela Yates

USA, Social Issue Documentary, 201484 min, HDV, Color/Black & WhiteSpanish, Portuguese, English, Quechua with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26 - 4:00 pm

Alamo Drafthouse Village 3

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Pelo malo / Bad Hair A film by Mariana Rondón

Starring: Samuel Lange, Samantha Castillo2013, Venezuela/Argentina/Peru/Germany, Drama 93 min, HD, ColorIn Spanish with English subtitles

Closing Night

Sunday, April 27, 8PMMarchesa Hall & Theatre - BUY TICKETS

6226 Middle Fiskville Rd Austin, TX 78752 (512) 454-2000 [Map]

"Mariana Rondon's impressively multilayered drama brings a powerful specificity to the story of a boy and his embittered single mother." - Jay Weissberg, VARIETY

La espera desespera / Hopeful Hopeless A film by Coraly Santaliz

Puerto Rico, Comedy/Drama, 201397 min, DVCPro HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23 - 3:30 PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Buy Tickets

Friday, April 25 - 9:45 PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Buy Tickets

Jirafas / Giraffes A film by Kiki Álvarez

Panama/Cuba/Colombia, Drama, 201293 min, Full HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24 - 9:30 pmAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Buy TicketsFriday, April 25 - 1:00 pmAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Buy Tickets

Bobô A film by Inês Oliveira

Portugal, Drama/Family Drama, 201380 min, Digital, ColorPortuguese with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24 - 4PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Buy Tickets

Saturday, April 26 - 11:30 PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Buy Tickets

Las niñas Quispe / The Quispe Girls A film by Sebastián Sepúlveda

Chile/France/Argentina, Drama, 201383 min, Digital HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitlesDirector Sebastián Sepúlveda in attendance

Wednesday, April 23 - 7PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Buy Tickets

Saturday, April 26 - 2PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Buy Tickets

Mateo A film by María Gamboa

Colombia/France, Drama/Social Issue, 201486 min, HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24 - 12:30PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Buy Tickets

Saturday, April 26 - 7PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Buy Tickets

We Women Warriors A film by Nicole Karsin

USA, Human Rights/Social Issue Documentary, 201283 min, DVCAM, Color/Black & WhiteEnglish, Spanish with English subtitlesDirector and producer Nicole Karsin in attendance

Thursday, April 24th 6:30PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Free Screening

Reinas / Majesty A film by Ana Endara Mislov

Panama, Satire/Culture/Social Issue Documentary, 201365 min, HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23rd 6:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Free Screening

Roque Dalton, ¡fusilemos la noche! / Roque Dalton, Let's Shoot the Night! A film by Tina Leisch

Austria/El Salvador/Cuba, Biography/Human Rights Documentary/Poetry, 201387 min, DVCPro, ColorSpanish, French, English with English subtitles

Friday, April 25th 2:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Free Screening

El cuarto desnudo / The Naked Room A film by Nuria Ibáñez

Mexico, Testimonial Documentary, 201370 min, HD, ColorIn Spanish with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26th 8:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

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Sigo siendo (Kachkaniraqmi) / I’m Still A film by Javier Corcuera

Peru/Spain, Music Documentary, 2013120 min, HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Friday, April 25th 8:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

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The Visit A film by Fany de la Chica

Spain/UK, Observational Documentary, 201352 min, HD, ColorKhmer with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24th 8:45PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

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Las Marthas Cristina Ibarra

USA, Documentary/History, 201369 min, HDCAM, ColorEnglish, Spanish with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26th 7:30PM

Marchesa Hall & Theatre

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LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 A film by Julianna Brannum

USA, Educational/Social Issue Documentary/Biography, 201365 min, HDV, ColorEnglish

Saturday, April 26th 1:30PM

Marchesa Hall & Theatre

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Teresa la novia del Libertador / Teresa, the Liberator's Fiancée A film by Rocío Lladó

Peru, Drama/Romance, 201399 min, RED, ColorSpanish with English subtitlesActress/producer Ana María Estrada and actor Luis Galli in attendance

Wednesday, April 23 - 9:45 PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3

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Nena, salúdame al Diego / Baby, Say Hi to Diego A film by Andrea Herrera Catal

Venezuela, Comedy, 2013100 min, HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24 - 3:30 PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 2

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3 Horas para Amar / 3 Hours to Love A film by Patrícia Nogueira

Portugal, Social Issue Documentary, 201354 min, Digital, ColorPortuguese with English subtitlesDirector Patrícia Nogueira and assistant director Filipa Cardosa in attendance

Thursday, April 24 - 2PM

Mexican American Cultual Center

Free Screening

Into America - The Ancestors' Land A film by Nadine Zacharias

Germany/USA, Educational/Social Issue Documentary, 201287 min, HDV, ColorEnglish, Navajo with English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23 - 6PM

St. Edward's University

Free Screening

Sea de luz / Let There Be Light A film by Anna Wilking

Ecuador, Personal Narrative/Social Issue Documentary, 201352 min, HDV, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Saturday, April 26 - 12PM

St. Edward's University

Free Screening

Habla Women A film by Alberto Fererras

USA, Comedy/Drama/Documentary, 201358 min, HD, ColorEnglish, Spanish with English subtitles

Friday, April 25 - 6:30 PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 2

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Salty Dog Blues A film by Al Santana, Denise Belén Santiago

USA, Civil Rights/Documentary, 201352 min, Mini DV/DVCam, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitlesCo-producer/Director Al Santana in attendance

Saturday, April 26 - 1:30 pm

St. Edwards University

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Tercera llamada / Last Call A film by Francisco Franco

Starring: Irene Azuela, Ricardo Blume, Anabel Ferreira, Kristyan Ferrer, Karina Gidi, Rebecca Jones, Fernando Luján, Jorge Poza, Cecilia Suárez, Mariana Treviño, and Silvia Pinal2013, Mexico, Comedy/Drama, 92 minIn Spanish with English subtitles

Opening Night

Tuesday, April 22, 7PMMarchesa Hall & TheatreMexican star Rebecca Jones in attendance!

6226 Middle Fiskville Rd Austin, TX 78752. Phone (512) 454-2000 [Map]

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“Last Call is the kind of character-driven comedy that recalls the early films of Almodóvar." - PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL FILM SOCIETY

  The REDress REdress Project

Tina Keeper

Canada, Social Activism/Artist Documentary, 201216 min, HD, ColorEnglish

 

In Manitoba, over the past 2 decades, 75 Aboriginal women have gone missing or have been murdered. This documentary contrasts the concepts implicit in the targeted violence towards Aboriginal women - that they are faceless/voiceless/lifeless - against the courage and tenacity of Aboriginal women who raise their voices against violence and systemic failings, as mothers, daughters, sisters, aunties and warriors. The film also profiles the art installation "The REDress Project," by Metis artist Jaime Black, which was an aesthetic response to the 600 missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada, with the aim of drawing attention to the gendered and racialized nature of violent crimes against Aboriginal women.

 

Regional Premierewww.buffalogalpictures.com 

Print Source: Tina Keeper, tina@kistikanpictures.com

  

 

   
  The Chile Film (La Sangre Rojo y Verde de Nuevo Mexico)

Kelly Brinn Urig

USA, Culture/Food Documentary, 201226 min, HDCAM/DVCPro, ColorEnglish

 

THE CHILE FILM examines the history of chile and how it came to New Mexico. This short film provides an overview of the different varieties, the health benefits of chile, perspectives on chile cultivation, and the economic impact that chile has on New Mexico.

 

World Premierewww.thechilefilm.com 

Print Source: Kelly Brinn Urig, thechilefilm@gmail.com

 

 

 

   
  Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum

Cathleen O'Connell

USA, Music Documentary, 201227 min, HDV, ColorEnglish

 

When you hear the phrase "Native American music" you may not think of tubas, trumpets and Sousa marches. Yet this rich musical tradition has been a part of Native American culture for over one hundred years. The documentary profiles two contemporary Indian community bands: the Fort Mojave Tribal Band, from Needles, California and the Iroquois Indian Band from upstate New York. The documentary traces the origins of these groups to their respective foundings over a century ago and uncovers a secret history of the 20th century, when "all Indian bands" toured the US and abroad.

 

Regional Film Festival Premierewww.sousaontherez.com

Print Source: Georgiana Lee - Vision Maker Media, georgiana.lee@unl.edu

 

 

 

   
  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

  

 

 

   
  Quince añosFifteen years

Liliana Torres

Mexico, Drama, 20127 min, 35mm, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 

On her fifteenth birthday, life reminds Vianney that it isn’t easy being different.

 

Regional Premierewww.imcine.gob.mx/peliculas/4429 

Print Source: Ivan Gutierrez - IMCINE, difuinte@imcine.gob.mx

 

 

 

   
  Las Mañanitas

Gabriella Moses

USA, Coming of Age/Drama/Comedy, 201219 min, 35mm, ColorEnglish, Spanish with English subtitles

 

A coming of age fairy tale set in 1960s New York City. Ana Isabel is a young lady on the cusp of womanhood, and finds herself tempted to lose her virginity on the night of her Quinceañera, until the unexpected visit from the Virgin Mary in a frying pan makes her think twice.

 

Regional Premierewww.lasmananitasfilm.com, www.facebook.com/lasmananitasfilm 

Print Source: Gabriella A. Moses, gabriella.a.moses@gmail.com

  

 

 

   
  Una historia para los ModlinA Story for the Modlins

Sergio Oksman

Spain, Biographical/Found Object Documentary, 201226 min, HD, Color/Black & WhiteEnglish

 

After appearing in the film ROSEMARY'S BABY, by Roman Polanski, Elmer Modlin ran away with his wife Margaret and his son Nelson to a distant land. They shut themselves inside a dark apartment, where Margaret devoted herself to painting the coming Apocalypse, using Nelson and Elmer as models. Thirty years later, hundreds of the family's intimate photographs and documents appeared on the sidewalk like a jigsaw puzzle, waiting for someone to come along and piece together A STORY FOR THE MODLINS.

 

Texas Premierewww.astoryforthemodlins.com , www.madridencorto.es/2012/a-story-for-the-modlins 

Print Source: Madrid en Corto, mail@madridencorto.es

 

 

 

 

   
  The Unique Ladies

Gloria Morán

USA, Documentary, 201328 min, HD, ColorEnglish

 

After having been denied club membership on the basis of gender, Sherry and Pat founded and maintain San Diego's first all-women's lowrider car club. The competition is fierce, and the ladies hold their own. Although their club is only a few members strong in a field dominated by men, they cruise through a full season, and take home a trophy at the end of the show.

 

Regional Premierewww.theuniqueladies.com 

Print Source: Gloria Morán, conejofilms@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

   
  The Language of Love

Marie Clements

Canada, Testimonial Documentary, 201211 min, DVD, ColorEnglish

 

In this deeply moving and raw performance, artist and activist Stephen Lytton poetically recounts the 13 years he endured in one of Canada's residential schools. Through a life of challenges - including physical disability - Lytton's story embodies the strength and perseverance of residential school survivors.

 

Regional Premierewww.froggirlfilms.com 

Print Source: Michelle St. John - Frog Girl Films, michelle@froggirlfilms.com

 

 

 

 

   
Saya: Dance and Survival in an Afro-Bolivian Village

Saya: Dance and Survival in an Afro-Bolivian Village

Bolivia, Music/Human Rights Documentary, 201221 min, HDV, Color/Black & WhiteSpanish with English subtitles

 

This documentary reveals how the elders and ancestors of the people of a small Bolivian community worked under a form of slavery that persisted until the 1950s. Community members still perform dances rooted in their African cultural heritage. The dance troupe performs in the plaza of a nearby tourist town before an audience of local indigenous people, rich weekenders from the Bolivian capital, and international tourists. The film highlights the dilemmas of cultural survival and emergence for an endangered subculture in an era of globalization.

 

World Premierewww.landlockedfilms.com

Print Source: Beret E. Strong - Landlocked Films, beret@landlockedfilms.com

 

 

 

  Lord of Miracles

Christopher Newman, Patricia Alvarez Astacio

Peru, Social Issue Documentary, 20129 min, HDV, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 

LORD OF MIRACLES is an observational portrait of the annual procession of El Señor de los Milagros in Lima, Peru.

 

Regional Premierewww.pacificlineproductions.com/lordofmiracles 

Print Source: Chris Newman - Pacific Line Productions, newmanfilm@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

   
  Clases de baileDance Classes

Katarzyna Michalak

Cuba/Poland, Documentary, 201112 min, HDV, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 

In a small Cuban town, two dance groups tell us their dreams of fame through their movements and rhythms. Ballet and Latin Dance: two styles of dance, two ways of being, and one common passion. The conditions in which they learn, and the effort behind their beauty reveal the intensity of their commitment to dance.

 

North American Premierewww.eictv.org

Print Source: Promoción Internacional - EICTV, promocioninternacional@eictv.co.cu

 

 

 

 

   
  Reviens-MoiReturn to Me

Tracy Rector

USA, Magical Realism/Youth/Teen Culture, 20128 min, HDV, Color/Black & WhiteFrench, English with English subtitles

 

A young man wakes to a profound memory from his past, which ignites within him a yearning for his childhood sweetheart on the streets of Seattle, wrapped in Parisian ambience.

 

Regional Premierewww.longhousemedia.org Print Source: Tracy Rector, nativelens@mac.com

 

 

 

 

   
  La noriaThe Waterwheel

Karla Castañeda

Mexico, Animation/Fantasy, 20127 min, 35mm, ColorNo dialogue

 

In a small town, time stops for a father who has lost his son.

 

US Premierewww.imcine.gob.mx/peliculas/4309 

Print Source: Ivan Gutierrez - IMCINE, difuinte@imcine.gob.mx

 

 

 

 

   
  La noche anuncia la auroraNight Announces Dawn

Gerard Uzcategui

Venezuela, Drama, 201223 min, 35mm, ColorNo dialogue

 

Over the delta of the Catatumbo river, in a structure build on stilts, a woman makes her home. Facing the death of her husband, she spends time on the water, navigating the streams of solitude. Reality intermingles with her thoughts, her dreams, her fears, her desires, her memory. Until one day, she decides to seek the unknown. She thus reveals, briefly, an intricate reality, submerging us in the inner world of that mysterious being.

 

US Premierewww.gerarduzcategui.com/aurora 

Print Source: Gerard Uzcategui, gwuc@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

   
  La mujer rotaThe Broken Woman

Jeremias Segovia

Uruguay, Crime/Mystery, 20128 min, RED, Black & WhiteSpanish with English subtitles

 

A seriously injured woman takes a rusty elevator from the ground floor to the sixth floor in an apartment building. She is bleeding and covered in glass. What has happened to her? Why is she here?

 

Regional Premierewww.facebook.com/pages/La-Mujer-Rota-The-Broken-Woman/522562617794853 

Print Source: Jeremias Segovia, jeremiasdireccion@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

   
  El Salto de la PrincesaPrincess Falls

Joy Penroz

Chile, Fantasy/Magical Realism, 2012

20 min, HD, Color

Spanish, French with English subtitles

 

Eleonore travels to the south of Chile with her boyfriend Martin, looking for her roots. They walk into a dense forest, and begin to take pictures. Suddenly, they meet Lincoyan and he offers to guide them through the forest. The deeper they get, the stranger Eleonore begins to act. Will she make it out of the forest alive?

 

North American Premierewww.elsaltodelaprincesa.cl

Print Source: Joy Penroz, goproducciones@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

   
  A Red Girl's Reasoning

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers

Canada, Thriller/Social Issue Drama, 201211 min, RED, Color/Black & WhiteEnglish, Cree

 

After the justice system fails, a the survivor of a brutal, racially-driven sexual assault takes matters into her own hands. She becomes a motorcycle-riding, ass-kicking vigilante who takes on attackers of other women who've suffered the same fate.

 

Texas Premierewww.facebook.com/ARedGirlsReasoning 

Print Source:  Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, maija.tailfeathers@gmail.com

  

 

 

   
  The Good Kind

Ofelia Yanez

USA, Comedy/Drama/Coming of Age, 201313 min, RED, ColorEnglish

 Writer/director Ofelia Yanez in attendance

THE GOOD KIND is a story about new love between two young Latinas living in a repressed southern town. When Bianca and Natalia decide to skip class and head to the local gay bar, they meet a quirky drag queen bartender who is quick to pry. In the safety of this bar, the girls allow themselves to be immersed in their feelings for each other, until the dream is abruptly shattered by an unexpected incident. This everyday love story reminds us why continued dialogue and acceptance within our culture is necessary and imperative for the well-being of our youth.

 

World Premiere 

Print Source: Ofelia Yanez, thegoodkindmovie@gmail.com

Sunday, April 27th  5:00PMMarchesa Hall & TheatreScreens before the feature film MICHABUY TICKETS

 

 

 
  Ex-votos

Ivete Lucas

Mexico/USA, Drama, 201318 min, HDV, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Director Ivete Lucas and producer Patrick Bresnan in attendance

After a shootout in her neighborhood, Anayansi, a pregnant teenager, fears that she will lose her child. Hoping for a miracle, her mother takes her on a pilgrimage to the festival of Saint Francis. As their journey merges with thousands of travelers from across Mexico, they must face the reality of her condition and escape the confines of tradition if she is to survive.

 

World Premierewww.exvotosfilm.com 

Print Source: Ivete Lucas, ivete@huicholo.com

Hecho en Tejas Short Film ShowcaseSunday, April 27 - 11am

Marchesa Hall & Theatre

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  Alma y Esperanza Alma & Esperanza

Itandehui Jansen

Mexico, Family Drama, 201217 min, HD, ColorSpanish, Mixtec with English subtitles

 

ALMA & ESPERANZA is the story of a girl and her grandmother who meet in a moment of grief. Alma is a ten-year old girl living in the US. Esperanza is her 75-year old grandmother living in an indigenous community in the Mexican mountains. They have never met, but with one devastating phone call, Alma will have to travel to her grandmother's village. The girl and her grandmother have no common language, yet they find closeness without words. The film garnered coveted spots in imagineNATIVE and the Cannes International Film Festival’s Short Film Corner in 2013.

 

Regional Premierewww.listacalistafilms.com 

Print Source: Armando Bautista Garcia, armando@listacalistafilms.com

Wednesday, April 23 - 9:30 pmAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Screens before the feature filmLA DESPEDIDABuy TicketsFriday, April 25 - 12:30 pmAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Screens before the feature filmLA DESPEDIDABuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Diário do Não Ver Diary of Not Seeing

Cristina Maure, Joana Oliveira

Brazil, Drama/Romance, 201221 min, 8mm/HD, ColorPortuguese with English subtitles

 

DIARIO DE NAO VER tells the story of Lina, an architect, who at age 37, is becoming blind. When she is told of her prognosis, she must prepare herself for this future.  As she moves toward darkness, she deals with her emotions and her new condition through her dreams. The short film bowed at the 40th Festival of Gramado and has gone on to win the Audience Award at the 12th Annual Goiana Short Film Exhibition.

 

North American Premierewww.sitiodavaca.com 

Print Source: Cristina Maure - Vaca Amarela, contacto@sitiodavaca.com, maure.cristina@gmail.com

Thursday, April 24 - 12:30 pmAlamo Drafthouse Village 2

Screens before the feature filmMATEOBuy TicketsSaturday, April 26 - 7:00 pmAlamo Drafthouse Village 2

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  Interstate

Camille Stochitch

USA, Drama/Social Issue, 201320 min, 35mm, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitles

 

Joaquin is a driving instructor who has been living and working in East Los Angeles for years. On the side, he also teaches illegal immigrants how to drive. Yet, one day, after a driving lesson with Nayeli, a new student whose dreams particularly catch Joaquin's attention, Vazquez, a HSI agent who has been on his trail for some time, shows up at Joaquin's door. He must help Vazquez arrest Lalo during their next drop-off, or else he will be locked away for good. Joaquin must decide whether to save himself or give up the immigrants he has been helping, including Nayeli, whom he cares about more than he thought he would. This AFI thesis film has screened in Latino festivals around the country, including the San Diego and Chicago Latino Film Festivals.

 

Texas Premierewww.interstatethefilm.com 

Print Source: Camille Stochitch, stochitch.camille@gmail.com

Thursday, April 24 - 1:00PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Screens before the feature film RINCON DE DARWINBuy TicketsSaturday, April 26 - 9:00PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3

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  Terapia Therapy

Beatriu Vallès

Spain, Comedy/Romance, 201210 min, DCP, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 

Emilia is an old woman who lives alone, isolated and wasting her days away. Everything changes when Miguel, a physiotherapist, suddenly appears in her life. TERAPIA has been entertaining audiences all over the world, from the International Short Film Festival of India to the Broad Humor Film Festival in the Los Angeles.

 

Regional Premierewww.cortosecam.com/catalogos/15promocion/terapia 

Print Source: Ismael Martin - ECAM, ismael@ecam.es

Thursday, April 24 - 9:30PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Screens before the feature filmJIRAFASBuy TicketsFriday, April 25 - 1:00PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Screens before the feature filmJIRAFASBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Wakening

Danis Goulet

Canada, Sci-Fi/Thriller, 201310 min, HD, ColorEnglish, Cree with English subtitles

 

In the near future, the environment has been destroyed and society suffocates under a brutal military occupation. A lone Cree wanderer, Weesakechak, searches an urban war zone to find the ancient and dangerous Weetigo to help fight against the occupiers. WAKENING premiered on the Opening Night of the Toronto Film Festival in 2013, and went on to screen at imagineNATIVE later that year.

 

Texas Premierewww.facebook.com/wakeningshortfilm 

Print Source: Viddywell Films, glen@viddywellfilms.com

Wednesday, April 23 - 3:30PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2plays before the feature filmLA ESPERA DESESPERABuy TicketsFriday, April 25 -9:45PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3plays before the feature filmLA ESPERA DESESPERABuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Watita

Alonso Llosa

Peru, Drama/Sci-Fi/Mystery, 201311 min, HDCAM, ColorQuechua with English subtitles

 

WATITA tells the story of a Quechua couple, Katy and Victor, who are on their way to the ominous Mining City above the mountains. The couple meets Watita, a young girl who helps her grandfather run an old hostel. After the couple decides to spend the night there, Katy discovers Victor's true reasons for wanting to take this sudden trip. Now she must weigh the importance of her various loyalties—to her husband, her tradition and her own principles—under a new light. In the director’s native Peru, WATITA had a successful screening at the 18th Lima Film Festival and received an Honorable Mention at Filmocorto 2013.

 

International Premierewww.watitajournal.tumblr.com 

Print Source: Alonso Llosa, allosa@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 23 - 7:00PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 3Screens before the feature filmLAS NIÑAS QUISPEBuy TicketsSaturday, April 26 - 2:00PMAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Screens before the feature filmLAS NIÑAS QUISPEBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Buffalo Calling

Tasha Hubbard

Canada, History/Experimental Animation, 201312 min, HD, ColorNo dialogue

 

Buffalo Calling follows the journey of four buffalo calves, orphaned by the horrific buffalo slaughter in the northern plains grasslands. The buffalo calves and their descendants are brought over the Rocky Mountains in the 1870s to a temporary refuge in the plateau region of the Rockies, assisted by the Salish and Kootenai tribe. After the Dawes Act of 1905, they lose their refugee status and are herded into early 20th century railway cars, to be shipped to the northern parklands of Alberta. But the land in which the calves were born and the spirit of the buffalo continue to call for their return. And after 100 years, the buffalo finally come back to the land of their ancestors. BUFFALO CALLING screened as part of imagineNATIVE in 2013.

 

International Premiere

Print Source: Tasha Hubbard, tasha.alaine@gmail.com

Friday, April 25th 6:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Screens before the feature-length documentaryO MESTRE E O DIVINOFree Screening

 

 

 
  Derby & Groma

Kara Blake

Canada, Biographical Documentary/Artist, 201317 min, Super 16mm, Color/Black & WhiteSpanish with English subtitles

 

While taking a stroll in Buenos Aires, photo collector Pablo Cruz Aguirre came across an unusual gift.  Blowing down the street was a collection of letters, postcards and photos depicting a performing duo named Derby and Groma. Desolina Merlino, alias Derby, was born 1891 of Italian descent. Samuel Salomón Gromatzky, alias Groma, was the son of Jewish immigrants in Argentina, born in 1895.  The two performed acrobatic dance routines in theaters throughout Europe and Latin America in the late 1920’s.  With the assistance of historians and collectors, the film paints a picture of Argentina’s cultural life in the early 20th century, a world from which few traces still exist. After premiering at Hot Docs in 2013, the film has continued to gain recognition at festivals like DOC NYC and the International Festival of Films on Art.

 

Regional Premierewww.philtrefilms.com/films/derby-and-groma 

Print Source: Philtre Films,  philtrefilms@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 23rd 6:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Screens before the feature-length documentaryREINASFree Screening

 

 

 
  Godka Cirka A Hole in the Sky

Àlex Lora, Antonio Tibaldi

Spain/USA, Youth/Human Rights/Documentary, 201410 min, DVCPro, ColorSomalian with English subtitles

 

Beerato: a small, little-known area with wide open expanses in wind swept Somaliland. Young Alifa looks up at the Somali sky. She thinks about her daily life as a shepherdess. She knows that the day that will change her life forever is about to come. GODKA CIRCA has had the privilege to be a part of the 2014 Sundance Official Selection and also screened at the Palm Springs Film Festival in 2013.

 

Texas Premierewww.aholeinthesky.org , www.alexlora.es 

Print Source: Eduardo M. Escribano, mailukifilms@gmail.com

Thursday, April 24th 8:45PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Screens before the feature-length documentaryTHE VISITFree Screening

 

 

 
  Nadie especial Nobody Special

Juan Alejandro Ramírez

Peru, Human Rights/Social Issue Documentary, 201323 min, 16mm, ColorQuechua with English subtitles

 

A woman fights a losing battle: one can't be poor and still want to stay among the familiar, the everyday, where one was born and raised. She can only observe, with a mix of confusion and rage, how her community is becoming deserted and sad – its children displaced to far off, ugly places. NADIE ESPECIAL is about any place where the cards seem to be forever stacked against the powerless. But with great lyricism, it also shows the resolve of some individuals to challenge their fate and restore their dignity, even if that decision furthers their isolation as they are pushed toward a last frontier. The short film was the Grand Jury Winner at the 28th Mar del Plata International Film Festival and has screened at prestigious festivals world wide. 

 

Regional Premierewww.otrotono.com  

Print Source: Juan Alejandro Ramirez, ramirez@otrotono.com

Wednesday, April 23rd 8:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Screens before the feature-length documentaryBENEATH THE BLINDFOLDFree Screening

 

 

 
  Universal VIP

Ken White, Gyasi Ross

USA, Comedy/Satire/Drama, 2013  4 min, Digital, ColorEnglish

 

Thelma takes care of everyone’s children but can no longer have one of her own - her greatest desire. She questions why Creator has cursed her. Creator has something to say about that himself. Based on the short story UNWORTHY by Gyasi Ross, UNIVERSAL VIP is a short film written, produced, directed by Natives with an all-Native cast. It recently screened at the American Indian Film Festival and the 10th Annual Indigenous World Film Festival.

 

Regional Premiere

Print Source: Michelle Waits, michelle@cutbankcreekpress.com

Wednesday, April 23rd 7:00PM

Marchesa Hall & TheatreScreens before the feature filmLOS INSOLITOS PECES GATO

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  Snare

Lisa Jackson

Canada, Experimental, 2013  4 min, HD Video, ColorNo dialogue

 

Evocative and haunting, SNARE is a stunning performance-based piece that captures the brutality of violence against Indigenous women, yet celebrates hope for a future illuminated through advocacy and understanding. The original silent, 1-minute version was commissioned by the Stolen Sisters Digital Initiative and premiered at imagineNATIVE 2012.

 

US Premierewww.movingimages.ca

Print Source: Moving Images Distribution, mailbox@movingimages.ca

Thursday, April 24th 9:45PM

Marchesa Hall & TheatreScreens before the feature filmHELI

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  No mires ahí   Don’t Look There

Daniel Romero

Spain, Horror/Suspense, 201314 min, HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

 Marta goes back to her mother’s house to stay a few days with her little sister. The young girl’s strange behavior and the latent memory of a sad event will lead Marta to suspect that the house is being haunted by an unsettling spector. NO MIRES AHÍ has garnered international attention, winning the Audience Award at Cortópolis 2013 and the Award for Best Direction at the Soul 4 Reel Film Festival in 2014. 

Regional Premierewww.promofest.org/films/no-mires-ahi

Print Source: Kamel Films, nomiresahi@gmail.com, info@promofest.org

Thursday, April 24th 7:00PM

Marchesa Hall & TheatreScreens with the feature filmEL LIMPIADOR

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  No hay pan No Bread

Macarena Monrós

Chile, Drama, 201220 min, HD, Color Spanish with English subtitles

 

Luis (72) is the owner of a little grocery store that suffers a sudden downturn when a supermarket sets up in his neighborhood and he is told that he'll no longer be provided with bread. The man faces a crossroads: close the store, or find another bread supplier to keep his business open. NO HAY PAN has charmed audiences throughout Chile and internationally, winning Best Directing at the 9th Rengo International Film Festival and the Jury Prize for National Short Film at FEMCINE.

 

Texas Premierewww.nobreadfilm.com 

Print Source: Iván Nakouzi - Luminaria, ivan@luminaria.in

Sunday, April 27 - 1:45PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 3

Screens before the feature filmVIOLABuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Nanapush et la tortue Nanapush and the Turtle

Melissa Mollen Dupuis

Canada, Environmental/Cultural Documentary, 2013 4 min, Digital, ColorFrench with English subtitles 

“The Earth does not belong to mankind. It is man who belongs to the Earth. We know that all things are connected. Everything that happens to the Earth befalls the son of the Earth,” - Squamish Chief. NANAPUSH ET LA TORTUE reveals the struggle of an indigenous people to preserve the environment from oil exploitation.

 

International Premierewww.wapikoni.ca/movies/nanapush-and-the-turtle

Print Source: Myriam L. Bernier -  Wapikoni Mobile, adjointe.diffusion@wapikoni.ca

Thrusday, April 24th 6:00PMSt. Edward's UniversityScreens before the feature-length documentaryEL CAÑAVERALFree Screening

 

 

 
  Memento Mori

Daniela Wayllace

Belgium/Bolivia, Animation/Experimental, 201210 min, Digital, Color/Black & WhiteNo dialogue 

In a mourning ceremony, a photographer takes a picture of a little girl. With sorrowful faces, the mourners leave the room, leaving it surrounded by flowers. Little by little, we get closer to the girl, entering her mind and into the universe of death. MEMENTO MORI has been honored with various awards, including Best Experimental Short at the 9th annual PASTO FICBA in Colombia and Best Animation Short at the Corto Helvétivo al Femminile in 2013.

 

Regional Premierewww.danielawayllace.be

Print Source: Daniela Wayllace, steppenwolf_67@hotmail.com

Sunday, March 27th 2:15PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 2

Screens before the feature filmMEMORIAS DE UN SOLDADOBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Milk and Honey 

Daniel Pfeffer

USA, Coming of Age/Suspense/Family Drama, 2013  23 min, RED/HDCAM/Super 8mm, ColorEnglish

 

On her fifteenth birthday, Maya Rivera makes the ultimate decision to run away from her abusive foster home. She confesses her escape plans to her loyal boyfriend, Josiah, but little does she know her crazed and jealous stepbrother, Johnny, is hot on their trail.

 

World Premierewww.onelovepictureclassics.tumblr.com, www.facebook.com/INTHELANDOFMILKANDHONEY

Print Source: Daniel F. Pfeffer, dpfeffy@gmail.com

Saturday, April 26 - 4:00PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 3 

Screens before the feature filmDISRUPTIONBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Lonche

Claire Weissbluth

USA, Cultural/Social Issue Documentary, 2013 20 min, HDV, ColorSpanish, English with English, Spanish subtitles

Director Claire Weissbluth in attendance 

This film is a tale of two taco trucks weaving together the narratives of a Salvadoran family's traditional lunch truck that roams the strawberry fields on the Central Coast of California, with a modern Mexican gourmet food truck serving the high-tech companies of Silicon Valley. As we follow along with both restaurants-on-wheels on their daily routes, we see the dedication and struggle that it takes to feed a hungry workforce in these different communities. LONCHE has been delighting international audiences as part of the Official Selection in the Oaxaca, Take Two, and Food & Farm Film Festivals.

 

Regional Premierewww.lonchefilm.com

Print Source: Claire Weissbluth - La Osa Productions, cweissbluth@gmail.com

Friday, March 25th 6:30PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 2

Screens before the featureHABLA WOMENBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Jeuh kieh a jm hm kahun The Path of Stone Soup

Arturo Juárez Aguilar, Sarah Borealis

Mexico/USA, Cultural Documentary, 2013  24 min, HDV, ColorSpanish, Chinanteco with English subtitles

Director Arturo Juárez Aguilar in attendance 

This is the story of stone soup, a nourishing dish that has survived in a village in the highlands of Oaxaca. Passed on through their elders, the millennial recipe is a gift from the ancestors. Men prepare the soup, which they offer in honor of the women, children, and elderly of the village. In this way, THE PATH OF STONE SOUP transmits both ideology and language from generation to generation. 

North American Premierewww.facebook.com/thepathofstonesoup?fref=ts, www.aberracionoptica.wix.com/aberracionoptica#!el-sendero-del-caldo-de-piedra/cyfv

Print Source: Arturo Juárez Aguilar, arturobps@gmail.com, Sarah Borealis, sarahborealis@gmail.com, Banda Ancha Productions, bandaanchaproductions@gmail.com, Aberracion Optica, aberraptica@gmail.com

Friday, April 25 - 4:00 PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Screens before the feature-length documentaryDIPLOMACIA SECRETAFree Screening

 

 

 
  Femmes de ménage Cleaning Women

Fernanda Pessoa

Brazil/Portugal, Immigration/Documentary, 2013  9 min, DSLR, ColorPortuguese, Spanish with English subtitles

 

The French expression “femmes de ménage” can mean two things: first, housekeepers; second, the movement of women. Filmed in Spain, France, and Portugal by a Brazilian director, this is a short film about three women from different countries who have moved out of their homelands and now work as housekeepers. Originally, FEMMES DE MÉNAGE was produced as part of Borderline, a program in the San Sebastián Festival, where it had its world premiere.

Regional PremierePrint Source:  Fernanda Pessoa, fepebarros@gmail.com

Thursday, April 24th 3:30PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 2 

Screens before the feature filmNENA, SALUDAME AL DIEGOBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  En la casa, la cama, y la calle At Home, in Bed and in the Streets

Elizabeth Miller

Canada/Nicaragua, Social Issue Documentary, 201336 min, HDV, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitles

 

EN LA CASA, LA CAMA Y LA CALLE follows a Nicaraguan women's rights group, Puntos de Encuentro, as it works to end sexual violence at home, in bed and in the streets. The television drama CONTRACORRIENTE (TURNING THE TIDE) is at the center of their campaign. EN LA CASA gets behind the scenes with this visionary team who is “making television not to get to Hollywood, but to make a difference.”

 

Regional Premierewww.redlizardmedia.com/website

Print Source: Liz Miller - Red Lizard Media, casacamacalle@gmail.com

Thursday, April 24th 2:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Screens before the feature-length documentary3 HORAS PARA AMARFree Screening

 

 

 
  Efeito Casimiro Casimiro Effect

Clarice Saliby

Brazil, Documentary, 201315 min, HD, ColorPortuguese with English subtitles

 

March 8th, 1980, 5:20 AM. In a remote municipality of Rio de Janeiro, 10,000 people watch the sky in silence in hopes of seeing a UFO. Edilson Barbosa, a self-proclaimed messenger from Jupiter, had announced the ET mission a few months before. The arrival of people from all over the world transformed the unlikely town into a UFO Woodstock. EFEITO CASIMIRO has been captivating audiences all over Brazil and internationally, including a stop at the Mumbai Women’s IFF.

 

Texas Premierewww.facebook.com/efeitocasimiro

Print Source: Clarice Saliby, csaliby@yahoo.com

Wednesday, April 23rd 9:45PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 3

Screens before the feature filmTERESA LA NOVIA DEL LIBERTADORBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  A Mão que AfagaThe Comforting Hand

Gabriela Amaral Almeida

Brazil, Drama/Black Comedy, 201120 min, 35mm, ColorPortuguese with English subtitles

 

For her son's bithday, Estela, a telemarketing operator, plans a party that has minimal chances of success.

 

Regional Premierewww.facebook.com/amaoqueafaga 

Print Source: ACERE FC, acere@acere.com.br

  

 

 

   
  Trapitos SuciosDirty Laundry

Sharon Arteaga

USA, Drama/Secret Comedy, 201210 min, HD, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitles

 

A stay-at-home wife finds a suspicious note while doing laundry.

 

World Premiere

Print Source: Sharon Arteaga, sharonaarteaga@gmail.com

  

 

 

   
  Susana Almanza: The Life of an Activist

Andrea Zarate

USA, Documentary, 20126 min, HD/Digital, ColorEnglish, Spanish

 

Susana Almanza, Chicana and activist, has fought for the rights of working-class Latinos in the East Austin community all her life. As a grassroots organizer in the environmental group People in Defense of the Earth and her Resources (PODER) she shut down the Holly Power Plant, one of her greatest achievements yet. Susana recounts her past history and how it has shaped her into the person she is today.

 

Festival Premiere

Print Source: Andrea Zarate, a.zarate@utexas.edu

  

 

 

   
  Southmost U.S.A.

Trish Dalton

USA, Social Issue Documentary, 201223 min, HDV, ColorEnglish

 

A journey through Brownsville, Texas on the fourth of July, introducing a community who have been separated from public and private property by the US/Mexican border fence. While local residents prepare for the independence day parade, picnics, and fireworks, they reflect on their frustrations with the border fence. They discuss the personal and financial repercussions of the fence on their safety, access to property, and relationship with Mexico.

 

World Premierewww.southmostusa.com 

 

Print Source: Trish Dalton - Everlasting Light Productions, Trish@everlastinglightproductions.com

 

 

 

 

 

   
  Route 22

Malina Panovich

USA, Drama/Coming of Age/Reality, 201210 min, HDV, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitles

 

Ana, a quiet, gay teenager, encounters resistance and acceptance from different women in her life. She tries to connect with her opinionated Hispanic mother Mercedes, Jessica, a tall blond from school, and an intriguing girl named Olive she sees at the bus station, all in the course of single day.

 

Regional Premierewww.facebook.com/pages/Route-22/337629839606883  

Print Source: Malina Panovich, mpanovich@utexas.edu

 

  

 

 

   
  Lovelocked

Rebecca Rodriguez

USA, Drama/Fantasy, 2012 13 min, HDCAM, Color English

 

Caught up in a moment of nostalgia, a young woman recalls her fondest relationships by uncorking her collection of antique bottles. She escapes into a joyful wall of sonic memories, but slowly becomes entrapped by their illusions. When night falls, circumstances beyond her control force her to face a new reality.

 

World Premiere

Print Source: Rebecca Rodriguez, bleak.umbrella@gmail.com

 

 

   
¿Alguien ha visto a Lupita? Have You Seen Lupita?

Gonzalo Justiniano

Mexico/Chile/Argentina/Germany/USA, Comedy/Drama, 2011 86 min, RED, Color Spanish, English with English, Spanish subtitles

Lupita, a young Mexican girl, runs away from her family who want to commit her into a hospital. She will start a journey that will take us into a world that seems crazier than she is. With her sensuality, innocence and romanticism, Lupita invites us to think that the world can be experienced in other ways. This film, shot partially in Austin, has delighted audiences at the Los Angeles International Film Festival and the Guadalajara International Film Festival.

Regional Premiere

Gonzalo Justiniano is a director, writer and producer from Chile. He studied at the University of Paris and the Louis Lumière Film School. His work explores the world of economically marginalized characters. The festivals of Trieste, Damascus, Havana, Montevideo, Brussels, New York, Berlin and Cartagena have awarded his work.

Producer: Gonzalo Justiniano, Daniel de la VegaScreenwriter: Gonzalo Justiniano, Marina StavenhagenCinematographer: Miguel BunsterEditor: Carolina QuevedoSound Design: Zoo FilmsMusic: Jorge ArriagadaCast: Dulce María, Carmen Salinas, Cristián de La Fuente, Schlomit Baytelman, Angélica Castro

Print Source: Sahara Films, gjusti@sahara.cl, danieldelavega@sahara.cl

Tuesday, April 24 

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

With actress Dulce María and producer Daniel de la Vega in attendance

7:00 PM - SOLD OUT

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Aquí entre nosBetween Us

Patricia Martínez de Velasco

Mexico, Family/Romantic Comedy, 201195 min, 16mm Super, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Rodolfo and Miriam move into a new house, which Rodolfo gives Miriam as a token of his love. Seventeen years later, although they have three lovely daughters, their relationship completely loses its charm. Rodolfo and Miriam are inconsiderate with each other, and Rodolfo is treated solely as the provider of the family.  One day, Rodolfo decides not to go to work. During the one day when the family routine is broken, Rodolfo realizes that he is a perfect stranger in his own family. This award-winning film has captivated audiences and juries around the world.

Regional Premiere

www.aquientrenoslapelicula.com/AEN.html

Patricia Martínez de Velasco was born in Mexico City. She graduated with honors from the Universidad Iberoamericana and the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, where she studied film production. Patricia's first feature film, Aquí entre nos, has already won the Best Actor Award at the Guadalajara International Film Festival, Mexico; the Bronze Zenith Award for First Feature Film at the World Film Festival in Montreal, Canada; and many other awards as well.

Producer: Roberto SneiderProduction Companies: Cuévano Films, La Banda FilmsScreenwriter: Patricia Martínez de VelascoCinematographer: Paula HuidroboEditor: Óscar FigueroaSound Design: Santiago NuñezMusic: Victor Hernandez StumpfhauserCast: Jesús Ochoa, Carmen Beato, Giovana Fuentes, Diana García, Camila  Risser, Giovanna Zacarías

Print Source: La Banda Films, info@labandafilms.com

Saturday, April 28 - 7:15 PM

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

With director Patricia Martínez de Velasco and producer Roberto Sneider in attendance

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Baby Shower

Pablo Illanes

Chile, Horror/Slasher, 2011100 min, HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitles

Four ex-classmates get together for the weekend. One of the four is pregnant. The venue chosen for the party is a country house located one hour away from the city. It has been a while since the four of them saw each other, and one recently-committed betrayal threatens to destroy their long and deep friendship. The revelation of a dark secret and a series of violent deaths transform the baby shower into a nightmare. A very disturbing one. This film has played in various festivals, including the Horror Quest Film Festival, and was awarded Best Director, Latin American film, at Fantaspoa 2011.

Texas Premiere

www.babyshowerlapelicula.cl

Pablo Illanes studied journalism at the Universidad Diego Portales before embarking on a career as a film critic and then as a writer of telenovelas. He continues to enjoy success as a writer for telenovelas, television series, and as a novelist. Baby Shower, which features prominent TV stars he's worked with in the past, is his film directorial debut.

Producer: Luigi Araneda, Francisca CumminsProduction Companies: Arrebatoi Films, El AsombroScreenwriter: Pablo IllanesCinematographer: Tevo DíazEditor: Nicolás Ibieta, Catalina Marín DuarteSound Design: Aural, FilmosonidoMusic: Jimmy H. FrazierCast: Ingrid Isensee, Patricia López, Claudia Burr, Kiki Rojo, Francisca Merino, Sofía García, Álvaro Gómez, Pablo Krough, Nicolás Alonso

Print Source: Ondamax Films, info@ondamaxfilms.com

Sunday, April 29 - 1:45 PM

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

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