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THEY ARE STILL THERE (2010)

(Short Documentary) They have never met, but they have each lost a loved one to the war. A mother remembers her young son, while a soldier remembers his best friend. An activist shares his opinions of war and what triggered him to pay a tribute to fallen heroes. Through footage, we are able to see and experience the war in Iraq, reminding us that they are still there.

Short Documentary, in partial fulfillment of the Master of Arts in Doc Films at the University of North Texas © 2010.

– 2010 Angelus Student Film Festival, Semi-Finalist (Hollywood, CA)
– 2010 FRESH Film Festival, Official Selection (Norman, OK)
– 2010 23nd Annual Dallas VideoFest, Official Selection (Dallas, TX)
– 2010 Oaxaca Film Festival, Official Selection (Oaxaca, Mexico)
– 2010 Vistas Film Festival, Official Selection (Dallas, TX)

JACKIE’S VISIT (2010)

(Short Fiction) A young woman doing charity work, knocks on a door, without knowing what awaits her. The man behind the door is a deranged man, who “lost it” when he lost his wife.

TRT 6 mins.

– 2010 Vistas Film Festival, Official Selection (Dallas, TX)

ON EDGE (2010)

(Short Fiction) Men and alcohol do not mix. This short film portrays a man on the edge of his psyche, as he is pushed to the limit…

Shot on KODAK 16mm film.

TWICE A MINORITY (2009)

(Short Documentary) Portrays Jose Luis Arriaga as he struggles with his identity as a gay Latino man and the pressures brought onto him by society and religion. As he comes to terms with his sexuality, one memory from his childhood still haunts him…

– 2009 Angelus Student Film Festival, Semi-Finalist

 

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