|Title||USD’s Trans-Border Institute to Host Annual Border Film Week|
|Contact E-mail||mwagoner, at sandiego.edu|
|Contact Phone||(619) 260-4659|
From March 4 - 8, the University of San Diego’s Trans-Border Institute (TBI) will host its annual Border Film Week at the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace and Justice Theater. The aim is to promote awareness about border culture and Mexico by providing the USD and San Diego communities with films created in the border region.
The films to be shown the first three nights are "Felix" (2012), directed by Adriana Trujillo who will attend to offer her insight on the film making process; "Espacio Interior" (2012), directed by Kai Parlange Tessmann; and "Tierra Brilliante" (2011), created by filmmaker Omar Figueroa who will be in attendance to offer his insights on making this film.
Thursday will be host to three short films: “San Ysidro: Frontera Olvidada/A Forgotten Border” (2012), created by four Mexican-American teens; “Botes al Amanecer” (2012), with Jose Yenque, actor/producer and member of the Border Film Week advisory committee in attendance to offer his insights; and “Gimme the Power” (2012), a rockumentary directed by Olallo Rubio.
Friday will close with "Mariachi Gringo" (2012), followed by a Q&A by Director Tom Gustafson, and a closing reception concert by the USD Mariachi Ensemble.
All film screenings are free and open to the public and to the press.
WHO: Trans-Border Institute Border Film Week