Tuesday, June 29, 2010
June 2010 Forum: Shooting Your Next Film in Spanish
¿Habla español? So you want to make a movie for a Spanish-speaking audience? Don’t miss the next San Antonio Film Forum 2010 on Tuesday, June 22nd at the Downtown Central Library, presented entirely in Spanish. The topic is “Shooting Your Next Film in Spanish.”
Come and hear from several filmmakers including Director Juan Carlos Hernandez of Eagle Eye Productions (Secuestrada), Director Ricardo Mendoza of Digital Work Studios (El Escape De Los Santos, Ash Wednesday: Capitulo Unus), Director A.J. Garces (Crush, Death Rattle), and Director Pablo Veliz of CineVeliz (La Tragedia de Macario, 7 Kilos, The Boys of Ghost Town, Clemente, and Double Dagger) as they share their filmmaking experiences and talk about their new projects.
The forum is free and held the fourth Tuesday of every month at the Downtown Central Library auditorium (600 Soledad, on first floor), from 7 to 8 p.m. Come early and network with other film-friendly folks, starting at 6:30 p.m. Parking is available in the library parking garage for a small fee.
REMINDER: The program will be in Spanish.
The forum is hosted by the San Antonio Film Commission and moderated by Nikki Young of PrimaDonna Productions, www.primadonnaproductions.com For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.filmsanantonio.com