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Mapa / Map A film by León Siminiaini

Spain, Creative Documentary, 201285 min, MiniDV/Full HD, ColorSpanish, English with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24 - 9:45PM

Alamo Drafthouse Village 3

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We Women Warriors A film by Nicole Karsin

USA, Human Rights/Social Issue Documentary, 201283 min, DVCAM, Color/Black & WhiteEnglish, Spanish with English subtitles

Thursday, April 24th 6:30PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Free Screening

O Mestre e o Divino / Master and Divino A film by Tiago Campos

Brazil, Documentary, 201385 min, HDV, ColorGerman, Portuguese, Xavante with English subtitles

Friday, April 25th 6:00PM

Mexican American Cultural Center

Free Screening

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

Free Screening

Chateles del campo / Country Kids A film by Jason Outenreath

Nicaragua, Coming of Age/Observational Documentary, 201370 min, DVCPro HD, ColorSpanish with English subtitlesDirector/cinematographer Jason Outenreach in attendance

Saturday, April 26th 11:00AM

Marchesa Hall & Theatre

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Adelante / Forward A film by Noam Osband

USA, Community/Social Issue Documentary, 201259 min, DVCAM, ColorSpanish with English subtitlesDirector/producer Noam Osband in attendance

Saturday, April 26 - 3PM

St. Edward's University

Free Screening

Dioses y reyes / Gods and Kings A film by Robin Blotnick

USA, Culture/Spiritual Documentary, 201287 min, MiniDV, Color/Black & WhiteSpanish, English, Mayan with Spanish, English subtitles

Wednesday, April 23 - 8PM

St. Edward's University

Free Screening

Atempa - Sueños a orillas del río / Atempa: Dreams by the River A film by Edson Jair Caballero Trujillo

Mexico, Sexual Diversity Documentary, 201386 min, DV, ColorZapotec, Spanish with English subtitles

Friday, April 25 - 8:00 pm

St. Edward's University

Free Screening

Sea la 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

  La cuesta: Worlding a Sidewalk

Alvaro Torres, Daniel Perera

Costa Rica/Guatemala/USA, Experimental Documentary, 201315 min, HD, Color/Black & WhiteSpanish, English with English subtitles

Director Alvaro Torres in attendance

The places we notice in passing are sites where social hierarchies manifest themselves and interact. In the realm of the visible, only some people are able to remain unseen, to choose whom to see and when. Aesthetics are not how the world is presented to us but rather how it is pre-established for us--what Jacques Ranciere calls “the distribution of the sensible.” What would emerge if we explored an ordinary stretch of sidewalk in the East Side of Austin, Texas, for a period of several months? How and by whom would we be challenged aesthetically and politically? LA CUESTA evokes a place on the side of the road and the lives that sustain it. This interactive documentary is a sensuous ethnography, a confrontation, and a poem.

 

World Premiere

Print Source: Alvaro Torres Crespo, atorrescrespo@gmail.com

Saturday, April 26th 11:00AMMarchesa Hall & TheatreScreens before the feature film CHATELES DEL CAMPOBUY TICKETS

 

 

 
  Huyhuy Trade

Sky Hopinka

USA, Drama, 20135 min, Digital, ColorChinuk Wawa with English subtitles

 

A deal between two men threatens to unravel as tensions rise in this contemporary look at indigenous language and culture. One man comes from a lower, working class, and is at the beck and call of the other man, who lives in more privileged comfort. HUYHUY premiered at imagineNATIVE 2013, where it received an Honorable Mention for Best Indigenous Language Production.

 

Regional Premierewww.skyhopinka.wordpress.com 

Print Source: Sky Hopinka, skyhopinka@gmail.com

Friday, April 25 - 3:30 pmAlamo Drafthouse Village 2Screens before the feature filmCALLOUSED HANDSBuy TicketsSaturday, April 26 - 11:00 amAlamo Drafthouse Village 3

Screens before the feature filmCALLOUSED HANDSBuy Tickets

 

 

 
  Ñanz   Grandfather Volcano

Carlos Gomez, Geodiel Chindicue

Colombia/USA, Documentary/Fiction, 201343 min, MiniDV, ColorNasa Yuwe with English subtitles

 

Deep in the Colombian Andes, a Nasa indigenous community lives amidst the foothills of a snow-capped volcano. When the volcano becomes active, disaster threatens. ÑANZ is the story of a boy in search of meaning through his dreams, and of his community's struggle to find a safe land in which to live.

 

North American Premierewww.cineminga.org

Print Source: Cineminga International, info@cineminga.org

Friday, April 25th 6:00PM

St. Edward's University

Screens with the filmINUIT CREE RECONCILIATIONFree Screening

 

 

 
  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

 

 

 
  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

 

 

 

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