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Rose Marine Theater Latino Film Festival in Fort Worth May 19th, 20th and 21st!

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Rose Marine Theater Latino Film Festival in Fort Worth May 19th, 20th and 21st!

Time: May 19, 2011 at 7pm to May 21, 2011 at 10pm
Location: Historical Rose Marine Therater
Street: 1440 N. Main Street
City/Town: Fort Worth, TX. 76106
Website or Map: http://www.rosemarinelatinofe…
Phone: For Ticket Information: 1-817-624-8333
Event Type: cultural
Organized By: Artes De La Rosa; Created and Produced by Claudia Acosta, Liza Rodriguez, Mike Mejia
Latest Activity: May 18, 2011

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WHAT: A three day festival of independent Latino films, artist talks, networking events and an educational outreach collaborative at the historical Rose Marine Theater. SPECIAL DISCOUNT CODE $3 OFF per Ticket: "1440FILMS"

INFORMATION:  http://www.rosemarinelatinofest.com/

Artes de la Rosa (formally The Latin Arts Association of Fort Worth) is non-profit chosen by the city of Ft. Worth to manage this historic gem on the North Side. They are dedicated to preserving, promoting, and interpreting the art, culture, lives, and history of the Latin community. Their primary objectives are:

1.   Establishing a venue for Latin art and cultural                 performances.

2.   Offering educational art/culture programs to the community, including at-risk youth in low-income neighborhoods.

3.   Providing opportunities and support for established and emerging artists and performers.

4.   Serving as the central support organization and resource center for Latin art and culture in the City of Fort Worth.

Artes de la Rosa has a growing roster of programs that span from an award-winning after-school drama program for youths, to a theater company and staged productions.

The Rose Marine Theater is one of Fort Worth’s historically oldest, performance venues which opened as a movie house in the 1920s. In the 1940’s The Rose Marine began presenting Spanish language films to the community’s growing Mexican-American population. Segregation prevented a mixing of the races in the city at that time, so The Rose Marine became the showcase for Mexican cinema, music and culture. 

The theater is listed on the National Register of Historic places. In 2000, the City of Fort Worth restored the theater as an ideal venue for live theater, dance, music, and other performing arts.  The Rose Marine Theater has a seating capacity of 254 seats and provides an intimate setting with excellent acoustics for any type of performance. Adjacent to the theater is the Mercado Plaza which provides ample space for outdoor performances, receptions and parking. (Main St.@NW 14th)

The long-term vision for the 1400 block of North Main is to be part of a "Mercado" where open-air markets, artisans, and live theater take place.

DFW Hispanic Networking Group asks everyone to please invite friend’s and family to take a day to support Artes de la Rosa in their efforts to inspire young minds while expanding resources and opportunities in the performing arts. One will not only be experiencing a bit of history, but be gaining insights on Latino perspectives in the arts. PREVIEW Films and soon see a schedule of panels, awards and post-screening events for Saturday May 21th co-hosted by Lone Star Film Society, Endeavor Cinema Group and Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas:

Please RSVP @ http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=208545285844775 to note your participation!

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Comment by Robert F. Segovia on May 18, 2011 at 5:59am

MAY 21st Saturday Stars over Tejas

10:15am - 11:15am INDUSTRY TALKS! Filmmaker’s Spotlight

Hear from with festival’s directors on how they got their start. Learn from their experience of what it takes to be a contender in independent film. Featuring Francisco Ordonez, Rashaad Ernesto Green, Michael Escamilla, Cruz Angeles, and Cesar de Leon.


11:30pm - 12:30pm INDUSTRY TALKS! Latinos in the Industry

With a spotlight on the careers of established and emerging featured festival artists, this discussion examines success and the realities of the industry within the scope of representation of the fastest growing demographic in the country. Join DFW’s own Julio Cedillo, Cora Cardona, Tisha Blood of Buffalo Casting, the directors and more.


1:30pm Screening (Shorts Program)

Premature directed by Rashaad Ernesto Green

Southside Has Many Beauty Queens by Ricardo Gamboa

The Anniversary written and directed by Jose Saucedo

Gordita directed by Debbie Wolf

Undocumented Worker by Ithmar Enriquez & Nyima Funk

They are Still There by Liz Colunga


3:45pm - 4:45pm INDUSTRY TALKS! The Future of Latino Filmmaking

The festival closes with a look into what is to come for Latino filmmaking locally, regionally and nationally. This discussion with featured festival guests will challenge artists and audiences to participate in creating a new paradigm for the industry.


7:00pm - Screening

The Finding (Short) co-written by Julio Cedillo and directed by Alonso Alvarez

Cruzando (feature) written and directed by Mando Alvarado and Michael Escamilla

Comment by Robert F. Segovia on May 16, 2011 at 12:55am

WHAT: A three day festival of independent Latino films, artist talks, networking events and an educational outreach collaborative at the historical Rose Marine Theater. SPECIAL DISCOUNT CODE $3 OFF per Ticket: "1440FILMS"

INFORMATION:  http://www.rosemarinelatinofest.com/

Comment by Robert F. Segovia on May 13, 2011 at 8:42pm

MAY 20th Friday New York Night

10:30am - 11:30am PREMIERE! STUDENT LONE STAR AWARD

Screening of the winning student short MARTES 13 written and directed by Aimee Saldivar is followed by a feedback session with featured award-winning filmmakers: Rashaad Ernesto Green and Francisco Ordonez.


11:45am - 12:45pm INDUSTRY TALK! Documentaries: The Life of Art Documented

Academy Award winning documentarian Nigel Nobel and HBO director Cruz Angeles discuss the process and challenges of the art of documentaries featuring sneak peaks of their work.


1:45pm - Screening

Salud (feature) written and directed by Cesar de Leon


3:45pm - 4:45pm INDUSTRY TALKS! The Business of Filmmaking

From financing to distribution, from producing to representation: DFW’s top industry experts and featured directors give you the tools. Join director Rashaad Ernesto Green, entertainment lawyer Michael Saleman, and talent agents Linda McAllister and Mary Collins.


7:00pm - Screening

St Paul (Short) directed by Francisco Ordonez

The Ministers (Feature) written, directed and produced by Franc Reyes

 

AFTER PARTY AT EMBARGO with QUIMIKOZ DEL SON!
Comment by Robert F. Segovia on May 13, 2011 at 8:06pm

Here is Friday MAY 20th "New York Night" schedule.

10:30am - 11:30am PREMIERE! STUDENT LONE STAR AWARD

Screening of the winning student short MARTES 13 written and directed by Aimee Saldivar is followed by a feedback session with featured award-winning filmmakers: Rashaad Ernesto Green and Francisco Ordonez.


11:45am - 12:45pm INDUSTRY TALK! Documentaries: The Life of Art Documented

Academy Award winning documentarian Nigel Nobel and HBO director Cruz Angeles discuss the process and challenges of the art of documentaries featuring sneak peaks of their work.


1:45pm - Screening

Salud (feature) written and directed by Cesar de Leon


3:45pm - 4:45pm INDUSTRY TALKS! The Business of Filmmaking

From financing to distribution, from producing to representation: DFW’s top industry experts and featured directors give you the tools. Join director Rashaad Ernesto Green, entertainment lawyer Michael Saleman, and talent agents Linda McAllister and Mary Collins.


7:00pm - Screening

St Paul (Short) directed by Francisco Ordonez

The Ministers (Feature) written, directed and produced by Franc Reyes


AFTER PARTY AT EMBARGO with QUIMIKOZ DEL SON!

Comment by Robert F. Segovia on May 13, 2011 at 6:48pm

Corrine,

Hope you and your friend enjoy the Rose Marine cinema experience!

 

R.

 

Comment by Corrine B Cooper on May 13, 2011 at 7:52am

Hi Robert

I have invited a girlfriend of mine and we want to know if we can buy the tickets at the at the Rose Marine to attend today Friday

please if you can reply to email corrine.cooper@ngc.com

Comment by Robert F. Segovia on May 9, 2011 at 6:47am
On Friday May 20th, we are exploring possibilities of going green and meeting as a group to carpool and/or convoy to Fort Worth.  We will wait to see schedule of events to be posted by co-hosts Lone Star Film Society, Endeavor Cinema Group and the Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas:

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