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Saturday, April 6

$5 per Family

The Last Shepard

SATURDAY, APRIL 6

2pm

$5 per family (up to six people) at the door

 

Directed by Marco Bonfanti

RATED PGA

 

Journey through the incredible story of Renato Zucchelli, the last travelling shepherd living in a metropolis, who conquered the city with only his sheep and the power of fantasy.

El Elefante Blanco

SPONSORED BY REVISTA DE VICTORIA

 

Playing with To The Bone (Short)

 

Q&A Following film with director Alan Rexroth

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 6

4pm

$5 per family (up to six people) at the door

 

Directed by Alan Rexroth

RATED PG-13

 

El Elefante Blanco is a film about life and death and the Mexican soul. It is set in the Mercado Adolfo López Mateos traditional market located in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. With more than 6000 merchants and 9000 customers each and every day, its not only the largest market of its kind anywhere in Latin America: Mercado Adolfo López Mateos is a microcosm of Mexican life and society struggling to shelter its soul under the stormy age of globalization. Once an object of great prestige, today it is besieged by emerging supermarkets, mismanagement and its own degeneration. The administration mostly is powerless against this chaos and constantly is at odds with the merchants. El Elefante Blanco portrays the life of various persons, who every day face the challenge to cope with their lives, in close symbiosis with the market: it is an emporium, living space, curse and chance at the same time.

 

To The Bone (Short)

Playing with El Elefante Blanco

Saturday, April 6
4 PM
$5 per family (up to six people) at the door

 

 

Directed by Erin Li

 

A pre-teen migrant farmworker rebels against the status quo in an attempt to change the fate of hers and her brother’s lives.

When I Rise

”A Presentation of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin”

 

Q&A following film with Executive Producer, Don Carlton

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 6

6pm

$5 per family (up to six people) at the door

 

Directed by Mat Hames

RATED PG

 

When I Rise, directed by Mat Hames, is an award winning documentary about Barbara Smith Conrad, a gifted University of Texas music student who finds herself at the epicenter of racial controversy, struggling against the odds and ultimately ascending to the heights of international opera.

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