[3 Sep 2015 | No Comment | ]
COMING TO THEATERS: Olvidados (Forgotten) – BOLIVIA’S OFFICIAL SELECTION AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM AT THE 87TH ACADEMY AWARDS

Olvidados (Forgotten) has been running continuously in theatres in Bolivia since it premiered on July 31, 2014. Produced by Carla Ortiz, a Bolivian actress and humanitarian known for her roles in Los Andes no creen en Dios and The Man Who Shook The Hand of Vicente Hernandez, her first film is an epic, historical feature that tackles the dark past of Latin America under military dictatorships in the 70s. Directed by Mexico’s Carlos Bolado and starring Damián Alcázar, the film premiered at the International Film Festival of India, won four Maya Awards and was Bolivia’s Official Entry to the Foreign Language Film category for the 87th Academy Awards. The film will premiere in New York City on September 18th at the Village East Cinema followed by Los Angeles.

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[3 Sep 2015 | No Comment | ]
COMING TO THEATERS: Olvidados (Forgotten) – BOLIVIA’S OFFICIAL SELECTION AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM AT THE 87TH ACADEMY AWARDS

Olvidados (Forgotten) has been running continuously in theatres in Bolivia since it premiered on July 31, 2014. Produced by Carla Ortiz, a Bolivian actress and humanitarian known for her roles in Los Andes no creen en Dios and The Man Who Shook The Hand of Vicente Hernandez, her first film is an epic, historical feature that tackles the dark past of Latin America under military dictatorships in the 70s. Directed by Mexico’s Carlos Bolado and starring Damián Alcázar, the film premiered at the International Film Festival of India, won four Maya Awards and was Bolivia’s Official Entry to the Foreign Language Film category for the 87th Academy Awards. The film will premiere in New York City on September 18th at the Village East Cinema followed by Los Angeles.

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[14 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]
What Documentaries Should I Watch? The Best Adventure Documentaries To Help Beat the Summer Heat

As the summer begins to wind down, it’s time to beat the heat and embark on those final adventures before settling into work, school and the approaching holiday seasons. Here at Cinema Libre, some of our favorite titles include those that show our filmmakers embarking into the unknown and exploring a culture they’ve always longed to see. If you can’t make it on a grand adventure, perhaps a night in watching the following adventure documentaries will give you the inspiration to chart out your next vacation:

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[6 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]
The Best Political Movies To Help You Prepare For The 2016 Presidential Election

As we approach the Presidential primaries, there are a number of hot button topics being thrown back and forth across the aisle, including economy, foreign policy, equality and the environment. The issues are what matter to us at Cinema Libre Studio and we thought we would help you get caught up on the hows and whys of the campaign trail before 2016. Be informed and remember to exercise your right to vote!

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[24 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]
Cinema Libre Studio is an Official Sponsor of the Downtown Film Festival Lost Angeles (DFFLA) 2015!

The DFFLA program will include Cinema Libre Studio’s own, Alto, directed by Mikki del Monico, which stars Diana DeGarmo (American Idol) as Frankie, the front woman of a struggling rock band, The Altos. When Nicolette, the daughter of the new mafia don, takes an interest the band, a cascade of events takes Frankie towards unexpected romance. Additionally, the film stars Lin Tucci (Orange is the New Black), David Valcin (Person of Interest), Billy Wirth (The Lost Boys) and Annabella Sciorra (The Hand That Rocks the Cradle).

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[9 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]
From The Trenches: Tips on Navigating  the Film Festival Circuit from a First Time Producer

For all you aspiring and working indie filmmakers, we hope this information can provide a road map, of sorts, to guide you in finding the best festivals that suit you and your project and to help you avoid some of the bumps in the road we experienced, as well.