Cinematexas 2002

NR Directed by Various.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Wed., Oct. 18, 2000

Cinematexas is a series of screenings, performances, and events at various venues around town beginning Tuesday (9/17) and continuing through Sunday (9/22). Showcases include presentations (some in competition and some not) of student film work, international shorts, jury screenings, and retrospective screenings. Other highlights include a program of short silent films selected by Terrence Malick, an in-person presentation of nonfiction films by Werner Herzog, and a showcase of films by Cuban director Santiago Alvarez. For more info see the coverage and schedule on p.46 in this week's Screens section, or visit

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