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Saturday, June 6, 2020, 12:00 am, 14149

CINEOLA Latinx Online Film Festival

Online June 6-12 | Co-presented by Bay Area Video Coalition | Proceeds benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF

June 6 – 12, 2020
Festival Pass: $12
Single Tickets: $8

Co-presented by the Bay Area Video Coalition, CINEOLA will be available online across the U.S. on Seed&Spark. Proceeds will benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF, a non-profit supporting Latino, immigrant, and under-resourced families in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Shorts Blocks

The festival features two blocks of documentary short films showcasing filmmakers from across Latin America, representing a variety of realities from Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Cuba, Venezuela and Brazil. These include Hazte Sentir, a collaborative project led by Dieter Deswarte and the residents of Casa Miga, the first and only LGBTIQ+ refugee centre in Latin America, which sits in the middle of the Amazon, in the Brazilian city of Manaus, as well as Susy Peña’s The Breadmaker, about a Chavista collective that has stepped in to take over production at a local bakery, La Minka. Elsewhere, shorts feature everything from Cuban militants (Verde Olivo), Honduran trans woman (Victoria) and Colombian fishermen (La Pesca).

  • Recordar
    Stories of legacy, memory and identity from Cuba, Mexico, Honduras, Ecuador and Colombia.
  • Resistir
    Stories of resistance, solidarity and tradition from Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Brazil.

Virtual Events

The festival will host two live filmmaker Q&As, featuring guest moderators film writer Carlos Aguilar and Bay Area filmmaker Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World).

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 12:00 am

CINEOLA Latinx Online Film Festival

Online June 6-12 | Co-presented by Bay Area Video Coalition | Proceeds benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF

June 6 – 12, 2020
Festival Pass: $12
Single Tickets: $8

Co-presented by the Bay Area Video Coalition, CINEOLA will be available online across the U.S. on Seed&Spark. Proceeds will benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF, a non-profit supporting Latino, immigrant, and under-resourced families in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Shorts Blocks

The festival features two blocks of documentary short films showcasing filmmakers from across Latin America, representing a variety of realities from Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Cuba, Venezuela and Brazil. These include Hazte Sentir, a collaborative project led by Dieter Deswarte and the residents of Casa Miga, the first and only LGBTIQ+ refugee centre in Latin America, which sits in the middle of the Amazon, in the Brazilian city of Manaus, as well as Susy Peña’s The Breadmaker, about a Chavista collective that has stepped in to take over production at a local bakery, La Minka. Elsewhere, shorts feature everything from Cuban militants (Verde Olivo), Honduran trans woman (Victoria) and Colombian fishermen (La Pesca).

  • Recordar
    Stories of legacy, memory and identity from Cuba, Mexico, Honduras, Ecuador and Colombia.
  • Resistir
    Stories of resistance, solidarity and tradition from Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Brazil.

Virtual Events

The festival will host two live filmmaker Q&As, featuring guest moderators film writer Carlos Aguilar and Bay Area filmmaker Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World).

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 12:00 pm

CINEOLA: Live Filmmaker Q&A moderated by Carlos Aguilar

Online June 6-12 | Co-presented by Bay Area Video Coalition | Proceeds benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF

Check out the films before the event: https://www.seedandspark.com/festivals/cineola/watch/resistir

Advance tickets at Eventbrite

Filmmakers

  • Fernando López Escriva and Pablo Alvarez Mesa (‘La Pesca’ 🇨🇴)
  • Susy Peña (‘The Breadmaker’ 🇻🇪)
  • Viviana Zuñiga (‘Estamos, Que Es Ganancia’ 🇲🇽)
  • Dieter Deswarte (‘Hazte Sentir’ 🇧🇷)

About Carlos Aguilar

Originally from Mexico City, Carlos Aguilar’s work has appeared in prestigious publications such as Los Angeles Times, The Wrap, Indiewire, Vulture, RogerEbert.com, Remezcla, and Variety Latino, among others. Besides his work in journalism, Aguilar regularly works as a screener for the Sundance Film Festival and has also been on the jury at festivals such as the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Outfest Los Angeles, and Aspen Shortsfest.

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 12:00 am

CINEOLA Latinx Online Film Festival

Online June 6-12 | Co-presented by Bay Area Video Coalition | Proceeds benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF

June 6 – 12, 2020
Festival Pass: $12
Single Tickets: $8

Co-presented by the Bay Area Video Coalition, CINEOLA will be available online across the U.S. on Seed&Spark. Proceeds will benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF, a non-profit supporting Latino, immigrant, and under-resourced families in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Shorts Blocks

The festival features two blocks of documentary short films showcasing filmmakers from across Latin America, representing a variety of realities from Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Cuba, Venezuela and Brazil. These include Hazte Sentir, a collaborative project led by Dieter Deswarte and the residents of Casa Miga, the first and only LGBTIQ+ refugee centre in Latin America, which sits in the middle of the Amazon, in the Brazilian city of Manaus, as well as Susy Peña’s The Breadmaker, about a Chavista collective that has stepped in to take over production at a local bakery, La Minka. Elsewhere, shorts feature everything from Cuban militants (Verde Olivo), Honduran trans woman (Victoria) and Colombian fishermen (La Pesca).

  • Recordar
    Stories of legacy, memory and identity from Cuba, Mexico, Honduras, Ecuador and Colombia.
  • Resistir
    Stories of resistance, solidarity and tradition from Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Brazil.

Virtual Events

The festival will host two live filmmaker Q&As, featuring guest moderators film writer Carlos Aguilar and Bay Area filmmaker Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World).

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 12:00 pm

CINEOLA: Live Filmmaker Q&A moderated by Colin Trevorrow

Online June 6-12 | Co-presented by Bay Area Video Coalition | Proceeds benefit ATA, The Roxie and CARECEN SF

Check out the films before the event: https://www.seedandspark.com/festivals/cineola/watch/recordar

Advance tickets at Eventbrite

Filmmakers

  • Celina Escher (‘Verde Olivo’ 🇨🇺)
  • Nicolás Rojas Sánchez (‘Tuyuku’ 🇲🇽)
  • Jean-Jacques Martinod (‘La Bala de Sandoval’ 🇪🇨)

About Colin Trevorrow

Filmmaker Colin Trevorrow re-launched the Jurassic franchise with the smash hit, Jurassic World, which he directed and co-wrote. Previously, Trevorrow directed Battle at Big Rock, a short film for the Jurassic franchise; The Book of Henry, for Focus Features starring Naomi Watts; and the indie hit Safety Not Guaranteed.

About Artists' Television Access

Artists' Television Access is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) artist-run screening venue and gallery located in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District. ATA is supported in part by Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund, The Christensen Fund, individuals members, donors and volunteers.

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDIA: Join ATA as a member and receive exciting gifts, including the 2008 DVD compilation, T-shirts, and free admission to screenings and more! Artists on the 2008 DVD compilation include: Yin-Ju Chen, Mike Rollo, Marthaxiv, Sam Manera, Wago Kreider, Federico Campanale, Paul Clipson and Carl Diehl. http://www.atasite.org/membership/

How to Reach Us:
Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia Street (at 21st)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-3890
[email protected]

Gallery is open before and after screenings for viewing.
Screenings start at 8pm unless otherwise noted.

Directions: Take Bart to 24th Street Mission. Walk 1 block east to Valencia and 3 blocks north. ATA is located between 21st and 20th Streets.