Texas Fourth Court of Appeals Justice Rebecca Martinez is hosting a screening of a new documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
“Bringing More Film Production to the Alamo City” was the theme of the 23rd Annual SA Film Festival’s Awards Ceremony held Saturday at the Tobin Center’s.
The week-long event, which takes place from July 31-Aug. 6, will showcase 39 features and dozens of short films.
The lively film festival-style event celebrated the convergence of two groups of Texas-based artists and featured an all-San Antonio lineup.
The Headwaters at Incarnate Word Environmental Film Series is free and open to the public. It has taken place every first Monday (or a day close to it) since December 2014.
Themes of resistance, identity, and political activism mark this year’s films, similar to the original festival.
Author Joe Nick Patoski’s directorial debut chronicles the life of Doug Sahm, one of San Antonio’s most influential musicians and band leaders.
The programming of the film festival focuses on topics such as the redesign of a street, the strengthening of neighborhood ties, new housing options, preserving a historic landmark, and more.
The film notes that scientists have been studying climate change for decades. What is “new,” is that climate change is happening even faster than scientists originally anticipated
The second annual Alamo City Film Festival will take place Oct. 27-30 at the Lila Cockrell Theatre, with additional screenings at the Mexican Cultural Institute.