Film Events & Tickets

2005 Film Events
April 29, 30, and May 1, 2005

FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2005-Day One
Unless indicated as Free, all other programs require an admission payment.

11:00am-1:30pm (Music Hall) ADMISSION-FREE
Michele Serros

An award-winning poet and commentator for National Public Radio (Morning Edition, Weekend All Things Considered), Michele Serros has released a spoken-word CD on Mercury Records and toured nationally with Lollapalooza as a Road Poet, reading her work to stadium crowds of 25,000+. She was selected by the Getty Research Institute and the Poetry Society of America to have her poetry placed on MTA buses throughout Los Angeles County and has been a featured contributor for the Los Angeles Times' children's fiction section. Serros' new collection of fiction, How to be a Chicana Role Model, (Riverhead Books) was published in July 2000, and instantly reached the Los Angeles Times bestseller list. She was recently named by Newsweek as "one of the top young women to watch for in the new century." Michele spent 2002 living in Los Angeles and writing for the ABC television sitcom, The George Lopez Show. "An opportunity," she says, "that hopefully with my contribution opens the door for a wider representation of Latinos in the mass media."

Made possible by Partnership for Academic Learning and Success, PALS Club, Educational Opportunity Program, Student Support Program, Cross Cultural Centers, Center for Student Development and Programming, Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities, College of Arts and Letters & Associated Students, Inc.

3:00pm-5:30pm CSU-Entertainment Industry Impact Forum (Luckman Intimate Theatre) ADMISSION-FREE

5:30pm-7:00pm CSU-Entertainment Industry Reception (Golden Eagle, by invitation)

7:30pm-9:30pm Program 1 (Luckman Intimate Theatre)

Reel Rasquache Opening Night

Live Music/Spoken Word:
CANTE JONDO PARA AZTLÁN / DEEP SONG FOR AZTLAN(30 minutes)

Director, Poet, Cante Jondo/Deep Song singer: Antonieta Villamil
www.AntonietaVillamil.com
Musician: Martin Espino www.MartinEspino.com
Flamenco Dancer: Claudia de la Cruz www.tierra-flamenco.com and guitarist Omar Avalos
Visual Art by Alberto Gómez and Yolanda Londoño from the Series Immigrants-
Immigrantes

Made possible by CSULA Rockefeller Humanities Residency Program

Los Angeles Premiere:
Pasaporte Rojo/Red Passport
(Prod./Dir. Albert Xavier, Writ. Michael Masucci, 2003, Drama/Thriller, DVD, 93 mins., USA, Spanish and English w/subtitles)
After serving ten of a twenty-five year sentence, Fabio Reyes wants nothing more than to re-establish his relationship with his daughter and live in peace. But life is never fair and demons never die. Soon Fabio finds himself embroiled in a web of deception and murder where nothing is what it seems and where no one can be trusted, The film captures the truisms of a Dominican culture by filming actual members of the community as extras and its players in authentic locations throughout NYC. Director, Albert Xavier will be present for Q&A following the screening.

 

 

Day One
Fri. April 29, 2005
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Day Two
Sat. April 30, 2005

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Day Three
Sun. May 1, 2005

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