Hidden Cinema of the Southwest and Mexico


HIDDEN CINEMA 2012 POSTPONED
LOOK FOR HIDDEN CINEMA IN
FEBRUARY
2014
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TUCSON, ARIZONA

CFP 2014: COMING IN SEPTEMBER 2013

Hidden Cinema of the Southwest and Mexico
is a two-day symposium with two nights of screenings focusing on how and why amateur, industrial, educational, and independent filmmakers have represented the American Southwest and Mexico. We wish to help cultivate a more comprehensive understanding of the Southwest's and Mexico’s cinematic past by showcasing and analyzing the ways the region has

been imagined in “hidden” and lesser-known films produced by non-Hollywood and amateur filmmakers during the last century.
       
 


 ADVANCE REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED DUE TO LIMITED SEATING





 
Photo credit:
Tad Nichols with camera and tripod at Redwall Cavern. 
PT Reilly Collection, NAU Cline Library,
NAU.PH.97.46.50.45



2011 PROGRAM-AT-A-GLANCE

2011 SCREENINGS

HOST VENUES:





Symposium Organizers:
Janna Jones, NAU  janna.jones@nau.edu
Mark Neumann, NAU Mark.Neumann@nau.edu
Jennifer Jenkins, UA  jenkinsj@u.arizona.edu