A list of summer and fall 2010 courses approved for the College of Communication Latino Media Studies concentration is now available online. Registration begins April 19.
Download the PDF document today: http://communication.utexas.edu/students/latinomediastudies/index.html
Please contact Beryl Ricard (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Elizabeth MacLean (email@example.com) with questions.
2010 Latino Producers Academy™
August 3 – 12, 2010 (Documentary Track) Santa Fe, New Mexico
August 10 – 20, 2010 (Feature Track) Santa Fe, New Mexico
Application Deadline – Wednesday May 26th
NALIP believes that a Producer is the creative originator of films, a self-starter who recognizes ideas that have artistic or commercial merit. Producers must have passion, sensitivity for story and audience, plus the organizational ability and practical smarts to put together a project, then guide it to and through the marketplace. NALIP’s Latino Producers Academy™ provides our Fellows with the practical skills and knowledge to accomplish their personal goals and realize their artistic dreams as filmmakers.
The 2010 LPA invites applications from Documentary Producers in two categories:
• Documentary producers/directors with projects in development or production who have proposals and sample tapes; they are invited with their producer/director partners .
• Documentary producers with projects in post-production who have rough cuts; they are invited with their editors.
The 2010 LPA invites applications from Narrative Feature Producers in two categories:
• Feature producers (including producer/directors or producer/writers) with projects in early stages of development that have viable scripts ready for packaging and advancement towards production; prior NALIP program participants must have advanced drafts.
• Feature producers and their directors who have scripts in advanced stages of development with a package or ready to package (e.g. budget, executive summary, attachments, etc.); prior NALIP program participants must have advanced drafts. Directors must have Producers.
For further information and to download an application, visit: http://www.nalip.org/nalip/NALIP-Programs-LPA.html
A NALIP National Signature Program, in association with the New Mexico Film Office, CPB, the Hanson Film Institute, and Time Warner.
Cine Las Americas International Film Festival presents the Southwest premiere of:
CRUZ REYNOSO: SOWING THE SEEDS OF JUSTICE
a film by Abby Ginzberg
Sunday, April 25th –3 pm
Mexican American Cultural Center
600 River Street, Austin
Free screening, open to the public￼
During his extraordinary life, Cruz Reynoso, the son of farm workers who became the first Latino to be appointed to the California Supreme Court, has been one of those rare individuals who are not only shaped by history-they make history. Sowing the Seeds of Justice paints a portrait of Cruz Reynoso, a man who felt the sting of injustice as a child and later, as a lawyer, judge and teacher, fought for over five decades to eradicate discrimination and inequality for all.
For more information, go to http://www.cinelasamericas.org/film-festival
For more information about the film go to http://www.reynosofilm.org
LatinWorks is a fast growing Austin-born, full service advertising agency with 100+ employees dedicated to reaching today’s U.S. Hispanic market.
The agency is currently accepting applications for Summer 2010 (May 24 – August 13).
To apply, visit: http:www.latinworks.com/internworks
For those of you who may have missed Communication Career Fair yesterday, Lopez Negrete (Hispanic advertising agency in Houston) is offering paid internships this summer:
Juniors and seniors who are seeking college credit will be given priority, and they are interested in speaking to Spanish/English bilingual students or students with an interest in Latino culture.
The program begins in June and the deadline to apply is May 1. Email your resume (and electronic portfolio if applicable) to Dinorah@lopeznegrete.com.