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Cinematexas Deserved More Coverage
Postmarks  September 17, 2007
"...Dear Editor, As a Cinematexas board member from 1996 through 2005 and the administrator of the Department of Radio-Television-Film at UT, I found it supremely ironic that the Chronicle finally ran its first and only cover story about Cinematexas – to report on its demise [“The Advance's Retreat,” Screens, Sept. 14]..."

CinemaTexas International Short Film And Video Festival
Screens Story  September 26, 1997
"...The CinemaTexas International Short Film + Video + New Media Festival is one of the rare places where short-format cinema is truly celebrated. The festival, in its second year of exhibition, focuses on works of personal and artistic expression, works that aspire to poetic rather than novelistic structures and lengths...."

Cinematexas 10
Sept. 14-18
Screens Story  September 9, 2005, by Shawn Badgley
"...Below is the bulk of the Cinematexas 10 program, but it's nowhere near the whole story. The festival is divided into sections and sidebars – UT and International Competitions; the politically charged and always excellent Parallax View (there will be a Resuscitate Resistance benefit for this arm on Saturday, Sept..."

Cinematexas 9
Cinematexas International Short Film Festival 9, Sept. 22-26
Screens Story  September 17, 2004, by Shawn Badgley
"...Be awed, and act on it somehow. With great power comes great responsibility, and the Cinematexas International Short Film Festival, the "nation's bravest festival," takes that responsibility quite seriously..."

Cinematexas 2002 International Short Film Festival
The ins and outs of the Cinematexas 2002 International Short Film Festival
Screens Story  September 13, 2002, by Kimberley Jones
"...Nestled in the back of Cinematexas' 2002 program book, the fest directors thank German filmmaker Werner Herzog (in attendance this year) for "joining our little uprising." In an interview with Chronicle writer Marc Savlov (below), Herzog calls himself a "soldier of cinema." Some of the programs that make up Cinematexas' nine days of nonstop short cinema boast names like "Discipline and Punish" and "He Who Hits First, Hits Twice." Mighty truculent bunch, this one...."

Cinematexas 2002 Schedule
Screens Story  September 13, 2002
"...Single tickets for the following special events are available at www.cinematexas.org: Lessons of Darkness: Herzog Lecture and Screening, $20; Arditti Quartet/ Gerard Pape Concert, $15; Six Legs to Tango, $15; Miranda July/Forcefield, $10...."

Cinematexas International Short Film and Video Festival: An Introduction
Screens Story  September 17, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Now in its fourth year, the Cinematexas International Short Film and Video Festival continues to grow and expand, taking on more screenings and sidebar presentations. The University of Texas student-run festival begins on Wednesday, September 22 and continues through Sunday, September 26 at numerous venues around town..."

Cinematexas' Political Arm
Film festival's radical approach extends to politics, too.
News Story  September 16, 2005, by Wells Dunbar
"...Near impossible to marshal into discrete categories, the corpus of the Cinematexas film festival seeks to inform and agitate; however, the Parallax View arm of Cinematexas shares with its mother festival a distrust of conventional filmmaking forms and procedures as it seeks to deconstruct "the political economy of images." Named after a Vietnam-weary, Watergate-informed thriller-politic from 1974, Parallax View mines a similar mood, sharing similar subjects: mainly, dispatches from America's imperialist folly in Vietnam, echoing chillingly our current situation in Iraq, along with documents of revolutionary Latin American action...."

The Eyes of CinemaTexas
A brief reminiscence
Screens Story  October 17, 2003, by Louis Black
"...A significant number of the small group that started The Austin Chronicle were film graduate students, most of whom had never had a journalism course (resist the obvious jokes). We had become friends working for CinemaTexas, a graduate-student-run film society that programmed films to complement the courses being offered by the Radio-Television-Film department during the semester (this before video was consumer accessible)..."

Cinematexas 11
Schedule: Wednesday, Sept. 20-Sunday, Sept. 24
Screens Story  September 15, 2006
"...18, for $35 (cash, check, or money order). They can be purchased in the Cinematexas office at 2609 University Rd..."

Cinematexas 8 Announces Geckos
With Artistic Director David Barker saying that "these films should be celebrated [as] films that arduously defend the beauty, integrity, and social role of the moving image," the Cinematexas International Short Film Festival awarded its Geckos at a closing ceremony at Club DeVille on Sunday, Sept. 21.
Screens Story  October 3, 2003
"...With Artistic Director David Barker saying that "these films should be celebrated [as] films that arduously defend the beauty, integrity, and social role of the moving image," the Cinematexas International Short Film Festival awarded its Geckos at a closing ceremony at Club DeVille on Sunday, Sept. 21..."

Cinematexas 8 Schedule
Go see Cinematexas!
Screens Story  September 19, 2003
"...For ticket information, see www.cinematexas.org. Friday, Sept. 19The Hideout, 617 Congress..."

Cinematexas Schedule
Screens Story  September 17, 1999
"...Film passes for Cinematexas are $25 ($20 students) and available at I Luv Video, 33 Degrees, Waterloo Records, and the lobby in Communications Building A on the UT campus. Music passes are $25 at 33 Degrees Records (302-5233 to charge) and Waterloo Records (cash only)..."

Cinematexas Award Winners
Screens Story  October 3, 1997
"...The second annual CinemaTexas International Short Film + Video + New Media presented an impressive selection and number of short-form works during the event, held Sept. 24-28 on the University of Texas campus..."

CinemaTexas
An Ambitious Student Film Festival
Screens Story  September 27, 1996
"...For the audience, student films are the chance to see where we're coming from and where we're going; from what roots will grow the next Martin Scorsese or Gus Van Sant, and from what ethos and timely inspiration these artists draw. With the intention of taking this experience beyond the classroom, students at the University of Texas have organized a festival of student films dubbed CinemaTexas, which will run on campus from Thursday, September 26-Sunday, September 29..."

Cinematexas Heads for That Big Screening in the Sky...
But festival season soldiers on
Screens Story  August 31, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...Rumors of Cinematexas' demise are not greatly exaggerated. After 11 years of programming everyone from Werner Herzog to Jim Jarmusch, the semivenerable UT-sponsored international avant-garde and short-film showcase, which would normally kick off Austin's insanely great film-festival season, is no more...."

Cinematexas Games Without Borders
Games Without Borders, indeed: Katie Salen defies the rules of digital design.
Screens Story  September 19, 2003, by Courtney Fitzgerald
"..."She is the single, lone woman who's participating in speaking in the gaming conference. Yeah, that's just the nature of game design," says Cinematexas' Games Without Borders organizer Erich Pelletier of Salen, whose Austin ties also include stints as a UT design professor and co-organizer of the Conduit Digital Festival..."

Cinematexas 2002
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...
Film Review  October 18, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Various. Cinematexas is a series of screenings, performances, and events at various venues around town beginning Tuesday (9/17) and continuing through Sunday (9/22)..."

Cinematexas Games Without Borders
An interview with Cinematexas "Games Without Borders" keynote speaker, Mark Dery
Screens Story  September 19, 2003, by Roger Gathman
"...As a cultural critic, I could either take up arms against the sea of information, like the Neal Postmans of the world, or hang 10 on the Third Wave. Since I'm lazy by nature, and a sucker for a thrill-ride, I chose the latter." Dery is coming to deliver the keynote address to Cinematexas' Games Without Borders program -- which, according to the press release, is an examination of digital gaming "from a perspective which emphasizes the ways in which the technologies inherent in this medium have allowed independent practitioners to create their own forms of expression." Myst as outsider art? We pursued these and other issues with Dery in an e-mail interview...."

The Best of Cinematexas 2002
The best of the recent Cinematexas Festival will screen at Cinemaker Co-op's monthly meeting. Cinescape is a weekly microcinema series programmed by the Cinemaker Co-op, the Center for Young Cinema,...
Film Review  October 1, 2002, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Various. The best of the recent Cinematexas Festival will screen at Cinemaker Co-op's monthly meeting..."

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