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LATINO SHORT FILMS AT THE TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

Sunday, March 23, 2014 , Posted by LATINO EVENTS Y TESPIS MAGAZINE at 7:38 PM


Aqui tienen el listado de cortometrajes latinos que se presentan en el Tribeca Film Festival. Añadimos dos (2) proyectos de la Iniciativa de Transmedia:


Short Films:

1- Duke and the Buffalo, directed and written by Alfredo Alcantara and Josh Chertoff, (USA).
2- Nae Pasaran, directed by Felipe Bustos Sierra, (Scotland) – North American Premiere.
3- In Guns We Trust, directed and written by Nicolas Lévesque, (Canada) – U.S. Premiere.
4- Romance Sans Paroles, directed and written by Christophe Guérin, (France)
5- La Carnada, directed and written by Josh Soskin, (USA)
6- Contrapelo, directed and written by Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, co-written by Liska Ostojic, (USA)
7- Love in the Time of March Madness, directed by Melissa Johnson and Robertino Zambrano, written by Melissa Johnson, (USA)
8- Today’s The Day, directed and written by Daniel Campos, co-written by Tamara Levinson-Campos, (USA)
9- Tinto, directed and written by Felix Solis, co-written by Liza Fernandez, (USA)
10- Human Voice, directed and written by Edoardo Ponti, co-written by Erri De Luca based on Jean Cocteau’s play, (Italy)



Más, 2 Transmedia Projects:

1- Use of Force. Project Creator: Nonny de la Peña

Use of Force is a fully immersive documentary experience that puts you on scene when migrant Anastasio Hernandez Rojas was killed by border patrol on the U.S.–Mexico border in 2010. Using custom built virtual reality goggles and full body tracking, participants stand alongside witnesses who were trying to stop the events unfolding, offering a profound and visceral experience. Nonny de la Peña is a pioneer of immersive journalism and this is an experience that really puts you in someone else’s shoes.

2- Choose Your Own Documentary. Project Creators: Nathan Penlington, Fernando R. Gutierrez De Jesus, Nick Watson, and Sam Smail.

Inspired by the "Choose Your Own Adventure" books of the 1980s, Choose Your Own Documentary tells the story of Nathan Penlington’s discovery of a diary tucked away in one of these books and his attempts to unravel its many mysteries. Part comedy stand-up, part documentary, this is a unique live interactive experience in which the audience plays a vital role. With over 1,566 possible versions, and multiple endings, every performance is different and the audience votes on the path the documentary takes. Where will the story lead? How will the story end? You decide.

Visiten la página del festival para más info > TFF2014

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