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CineFestival 2004

CineFestival 2004

Many Roads, Un Destino

The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will screen more than 50 innovative films created by emerging and veteran filmmakers at CineFestival 2004. This year's program, "Many Roads, Un Destino: Chicano/Latino/Indigenous Perspectives on Immigration," runs Wednesday, March 3 through Saturday, March 6 at the Guadalupe Theater and additional venues. Daytime screenings are $6; evening screenings are $8 ($6 seniors and students); university screenings are $5. Tickets to the reception and awards ceremony on Saturday, March 6 are $15. All-event passes are $32. For tickets or a complete schedule, contact the Guadalupe at 271-3151 or go to

Wednesday 3/3

The work, expression, and creativity of Latina filmmakers, who come together with the public to show their inspiring work, share their experiences, and offer advice to local Latina cineastas.

Julia, todo en mi
Dir. Ivonne Belén

Opening night mixer

Grandma Hip-hop
Dir. Cristina Ibarra

Chicana and Latina filmmakers share their insight, visions, and growth across generations. Co-presented with the National Association of Latino Independent Producers and Reel Women, Austin, TX. Panelists: Dora Pena, Ana Martinez, Eren McGinnis, Laura Varela, Laura Segura.

Maria Elena Gaitain with "Chola con Cello: On the Road"

Lupe and Juan D from the Block
Dir. Cristina Ibarra

First Words
Dir. Carla Gutierrez

El Pedestrian
Dir. Matheson Muir

Welcome: A Docu-Journey of Impressions
Dir. Almudena Carracedo

Girl Beat: Power of the Drum
Dir. Suzanne Girot

Next week: The Current will highlight the CineFestival line-up Thursday, March 4 through Saturday, March 6.


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