While “Seven Dates with Death” focuses on Moreese Bickham’s experience as a death row inmate, it also included “a positive military dimension to his story.”
Although Oaxaca has been overlooked as a travel destination in recent years due to the media’s constant misrepresentation of the dangers of Mexico, intrepid friends have told fanciful tales that finally lured me and my reluctant companions to this verdant land.
Now in its 17th incarnation, the Manhattan Short film festival is the world’s only global film festival.
San Antonio’s water and aquifer management programs and practices are often cited as some of the most effective in the nation.
When two local filmmakers were invited into Beth Adam’s classroom two years ago at Mark Twain Middle School in SAISD, they were immediately impressed with the results of the Middle School Partners Program.
Richard Turner is explaining how to cheat at playing cards to a little boy as I approach the velvet table.
As part of a spotlight on local filmmakers with movies featured in the San Antonio Film Festival, I reached out to Cedric Smith of Another Open Door and Well Ced Productions.
Kevin Nations of The Nations in association with Femmewerks Productions will showcase his film “Champion” at the San Antonio Film Festival.
Filmmaker Jim Mendiola is a part of the “returning class” to San Antonio – people who come home and contribute to the emerging (or “bubbling”) cultural/artistic scene.
The San Antonio Film Festival kicks off Monday, June 17, with an ambitious schedule screening more than 170 films at several theaters.