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EPFC IN MEXICO CITY!

EPFC | January 18th, 2017

EPFC’s Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr are in Mexico City this week for the 12th installment of The Sound We See, an ongoing community film project that celebrates the urban environment, collaborative creativity and handmade film. Shot over an exhilarating 24-hour period, The SWS:CDMX premieres in expanded cinema form with live soundtrack at 9 pm on Wednesday, January 18 at Espectro Electromagnetico and in single channel form with live soundtrack at 8 pm on Friday, January 20 at Auditorio del Museo Tamayo. FREE! Everyone welcome!

Special thanks to our good pals at LEC Laboratorio Experimental de Cine for making it all happen!

MAKE A MOVIE IN 2017!

EPFC | January 5th, 2017

EPFC Holiday Bazaar

EPFC | December 15th, 2016

Saturday, December 17th from 12 to 5pm

Holy guacamole, it’s already December! Are you looking for some truly unique gifts made by local artists? Do you want your hard-earned spending cash to go to a good cause and not a faceless big box retailer?

From 12 to 5pm on December 17th, EPFC’s staff, alumni, and friends will be selling their artwork and homemade items, with part of the proceeds going to the film center, as well as other charities.

Shirts, tote bags, custom buttons, cards, original photos, paintings, collages, CDs and cassettes, handmade knits, and more!

Snacks and hot cocoa will be provided for all our visitors.

However you celebrate, we wish you all the happiest of holidays!

2017 LA AIR APPLICATIONS DEADLINE NOVEMBER 15!

EPFC | November 14th, 2016

LA AIR invites local artists to utilize EPFC resources in creating and premiering new, experimental, documentary and personal work over a two-month period in 2017.

Applications are due by 5 pm on Tuesday, November 15. More info here!

HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL STARTS FRIDAY, OCT 14

EPFC | October 14th, 2016

Tonight! The 16th Annual EPFC Human Rights Film Festival kicks off with La Decision de Vencer (Los Primeros Frutos). “A little gem from El Salvador, made in coproduction with México, it shows daily life in Morazán, a “liberated zone” in El Salvador, during the days the Frente de Liberación Nacional Farabundo Martí (FMNL) was in war with the landowners’ government (and indirectly with the United States, who gave support to the oppresive rulers). It shows peasant children attending classes, a young woman learning to use a rifle, a wedding, a battle, all real facts from a time long gone.” Directed by Colectivo Cero a la Izquierda. (1981, 73 minutes, in Spanish without English subtitles). FREE EVENT!