Post-Thanksgiving Banquet of Short Cinema: The Best of Cinematexas

NR Directed by Various.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Mon., Nov. 19, 2001

Program highlights iclude "Mother and Son" (Matthew Silver, US), "Sharony!" (Jennet Thomas, UK), "Inventario de Natal" (Miguel Gomes, Portugal), "Transmitting Baba" (Miso Suchy, Slovakia), and "Happy End" (Peter Tscherkassky, Austria). Spencer Parsons, Cinemaker board member and senior programmer of Cinematexas, will host the evening's festivities. Refreshments will be provided. Filmmakers and filmgoers alike are invited to attend and bring new works and works-in-progress on VHS, Super-8 and 16mm to show and discuss following the screening. Local film opportunities and issues will also be raised. For more info call 236-8877 or see

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