: Presents from Nov. 29th - Dec. 31st
 

 

GENERAL CALENDAR AND LOCATIONS:

 

Gala Opening Reception
Screenings and Arts


Thursday, December 2nd 2004

Door opens: 6pm - Events: 7pm to 10pm

Location:
Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts
2868 Mission Street, San Francisco
General Admission $5

Opening reception for the
Film Festival,
exhibition:This Is The Line, public interventions: Borders Inside Out and installations project: Borderlandia.

The event includes documentary screenings, music, speakers, visual arts, interventions and live performances.

Information about specific projects:

Dec. 2nd - Dec. 5th

FILM FESTIVAL

This film festival intends to show the Mexico/USA border through the eyes of the people who live in there, or have experienced "the border" in one way or another.

Screening Days and Locations:

Dec.2nd - Documentary Film Night
with Arts Reception / Events
Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts
2868 Mission Street, San Francisco
Doors: 6pm Event: 7pm-10pm
General admission for all events: $5

Dec.3rd - Feature Film - The Silent Cross
with local director Joaquin Alvarado and Music Performance: Francisco Hererra and El Coro Obrero
Coyote Studios
2390 Mission St. 3rd Floor, San Francisco
Doors: 7pm Event: 7:30pm $3 suggested donation

Dec.4th - Documentary and Experimental
with Borderlandia part 1
Galeria de la Raza
2857 24th St. @ Bryant, San Francisco
Doors: 6pm Event: 7pm $3 suggested donation

Dec.5th - Documentary and Experimental
Closing Film Night
with Borderlandia part 2
Galeria de la Raza
2857 24th St. @ Bryant, San Francisco
Doors: 6pm Event: 7pm $3 suggested donation

Dec.4nd - Dec. 5th

BORDERLANDIA part 1 and 2

BORDERLANDIA is a sculptural/installation experiment examining the relationship between the body and the U.S Mexican Border.

This event is integrated with the last two days of the Film Festival at Galeria de la Raza.

2857 24th St. @ Bryant, San Francisco
Doors: 6pm Event: 7pm

Dec. 2nd - 16th

THIS IS THE LINE:
Interpretations of the Border in Visual Art

This art exhibition will address the artist's perception of borders or borderlands and how the artist either contests the border construction or has been shaped by it.

Inti-Raymi Gallery
Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts
2868 Mission Street, San Francisco

Gallery hours:
Tuesday - Friday 10am-5pm Saturdays 11am - 3pm

Reception: Dec. 2nd, 2004
doors: 6pm (reception / events after screenings)
General admission for all events: $5

Nov. 29th - Dec. 31st

BORDERS INSIDE OUT:
Public Interventions

Local artists create public interventions staged in the Mission District of San Francisco to bring dialogues about the explicit and implicit "Border" issues.

Interventions: November 29 - December 5

Intervention Display: December 6 - 31
Leather Tongue Video 714 Valencia St., San Francisco

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