26 Jul Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles presents the first annual FREE mini film festival
CINE SIN FRONTERAS
Saturday, September 15 at the Vincent Price Art Museum
Featuring contemporary, experimental films from the Morelia International Film Festival
Vesper Public Relations. Los Angeles, CA. July 2018. Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles (LACLA) presents Cine Sin Fronteras at the Vincent Price Art Museum on Saturday, September 15. The inaugural edition of the mini film festival will include contemporary, experimental films from the Morelia International Film Festival and a special guest Q&A. The following films will be screened: Relato Familiar, Coyolxauhqui, and The Sound We See.
About the Films
FotoSaeki is a deserted photography goods store in the Santa Maria la Ribera neighborhood in Mexico City. Its owner, Yukio Saeki, arrived in Mexico in 1955. At the age of 83, he can still hear the echo of a hot Monday morning in Japan as he walked across a field toward the ocean when the atomic bomb fell.
Director: Sumie Garcia.
Cast: Yukio Saeki
Producers: Sumie Garcia, Santiago de la Paz, Lucia Diaz Alvarez, Alejandro Quintero.
Ariel Award for Best Documentary Short Film in 2017.
Duration: 20 minutes
Watch Trailer: https://vimeo.com/191113333
Coyolxauhqui recasts the mythical destruction of the Aztec goddess Coyolxauqui in a searing evocation of femicide in the Mexican countryside.
Direction: Los Ingrávidos .
Duration: 10 minutes
Watch Trailer: https://vimeo.com/173879106
The Sound We See
The Sound We See documents a Mexico City Symphony that was filmed for 24 hours in the Mexican capital. The footage was processed manually during two days at the Experimental Laboratory of Cinema (LEC).
Direction: Echo Park Film Center and Laboratorio Experimental de Cine.
Duration: 33 Minutes
Watch Trailer: https://vimeo.com/205166065
CINE SIN FRONTERAS
Vincent Price Art Museum
East Los Angeles College, 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
Monterey Park, CA 91754-6099
Event Time: 1:00 PM
Special Guest (TBD)
CINE SIN FRONTERAS IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY:
Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles
LA County Arts Commission
Hollywood Foreign Press Association
Ainsley-Hicks Family Foundation
Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles (LACLA) is a California non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cultural exchange through film by screening classic and contemporary films from Latin America and by USA Latinas and Latinos. LACLA also supports the film and media efforts of Los Angeles inner-city middle and high school students with its annual student film festival.