October 16, 2007


AFI FEST 2007 Presented by Audi
NOVEMBER 1 - 11, Arc Light Hollywood

AFI FEST 2007 is proud to invite you to the following screenings hosted by NALIP as part of the 2007 Film Festival:

DIR: Raul Marchand
Puerto Rico
CAST: CAST Humberto Busto, Elena Iguina, Luz Maria Rondon, Sunshine Logroño, Mariana Pabon, Marisol Calero

When drag queen Manuela best female friend needs him to pose as her fiancé the deception quickly turns into more that either can handle. This triumphantly irreverent gem from Puerto Rico is the rare farce that is as moving as it is hilarious.
Mon. Nov 5, 7:30 pm / Wed. Nov 7, 4:45 pm

DIR: Gael Garcia Bernal
CAST: CAST Luz Cipriota, Tenoch Huerta Mejia, Camila Sodi, Gael Garc?a Bernal, Ana Serradilla

Bourgeois, hip-hop-loving Cristobal (Gael Garcia Bernal) invites his friends over for a barbecue at his parents' weekend home. His younger sister (Camila Sodi) and her hippie, pill-popping friends are also staying at the house. The subtle socioeconomic clashes between groups, as well as between siblings, are both comic and intense. Garcia Bernal makes his directorial debut in this beautifully nuanced portrait of modern Mexican youth.
Sun. Nov 4, 7:00 pm / Wed. Nov 7, 1:30 pm

AFI FEST is proud to present one of the world's most anticipated showcases of international film, as part of the longest-running film festival in Los Angeles. We are honored to be working with your host organization to present this wonderful program of ground-breaking cinema.

All Screenings are at the ArcLight Hollywood
6360 Sunset Boulevard at Ivar
Tickets and Passes on Sale Now!
Regular screenings $11, weekday matinees $8

For passes, tickets and full Festival details, please call
1.866.AFIFEST or visit www.AFI.com/AFIFEST

Seeking Festival Volunteers!
Email: festvolunteers@AFI.com


Fox Television Studios has beefed up its ranks, recruiting former Spike TV scripted programming head Pancho Mansfield and two others.

Mansfield, who officially joins the production company today, will serve as senior VP of programming. Diego Suarez joins as senior VP, handling international co-productions, and Karyn Smith has been added as director.

"This is a little studio with big dreams, and this trio will be a fundamental part of realizing those dreams," said Fox TV Studios scripted programming exec VP David Madden.

Mansfield replaces Marney Hochman Nash, who left last month to head up Shawn Ryan's new Midd Kid Prods. shingle. He'll work alongside Fox TV Studios' other programming execs, Nancy Cotton and Matt Loze, and report to Madden.

"Pancho is a star, one of the most respected and admired executives in the television business, and I think it's an extraordinary coup that we've landed him," Madden said. "He's passionate about what he does, painstaking in pushing things forward, an ardent champion and a shrewd judge of talent, specializing in gritty, ambitious programming."

Mansfield had served as exec VP and head of original programming at Spike since 2005; while there, he developed programming such as "The Kill Point," "Blade: The Series" and "MANswers." Before that, he spent 14 years at Showtime, handling projects such as "The Tudors," "Queer as Folk" and "Stargate SG-1."

After years as a buyer, Mansfield said he'd been looking for an opportunity to move into a selling role.

"I felt it was time to get closer to the material," he said. "This was something that was in the back of my brain for a while, and I put the word out that I was looking to go to a TV studio. I heard David was looking, and I liked the breadth of what they were doing. ... As a buyer, FTVS is one of the places I wanted to buy projects from."

As for Suarez, Madden said the exec was first brought to his attention by Fox TV Studios prexy Emiliano Calemzuk. Like Calemzuk, Suarez comes to the studio from Fox Intl. Channels, Italy, where he was VP, head of production and managing director for Fox Factory Europe.

Smith comes to Fox TV Studios from Endeavor, where she worked in the TV lit department and helped put together "Chuck."

Fox TV Studios' programming slate includes "The Shield," "The Riches," "Burn Notice," "Saving Grace," "The Girls Next Door" and "Talkshow With Spike Feresten."


Tribeca Film Institute is now accepting applications for its ALL ACCESS program. If you plan to apply we strongly suggest that you attend this info session, get as much info as possible and ask as many questions as you can.

DUE TO HIGH DEMAND AND LIMITED SPACE, YOU MUST RSVP IN ADVANCE AT www.tribecafilminstitute.org/index.php?c=Info-Sessions&s=taa

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Tribeca Cinemas - Gallery
54 Varick Street
(1 block south of Canal, corner of Varick & Laight St.)

Subway Directions:A, C, E or #1 train to Canal Street

MORE INFO/APPLICATION: http://www.tribecafilminstitute.org/taa


Tribeca All Access is a networking and career development forum that promotes directors and screenwriters from traditionally under-represented communities. Over the past four years, a select group of both established and emerging filmmakers have had the opportunity to meet with film industry professionals in a structured environment during the Tribeca Film Festival, in addition to networking and learning from dedicated panels and workshops.

Program alumni receive support year-round through the TAA online forum, networking events in LA and NYC, and other customized activities. The program is now a recognized talent pool within the industry and an unrivaled opportunity to advance your filmmaking career. Applicants are required to apply with a completed feature-length screenplay, documentary proposal or documentary work-in-progress.


Outside the Wall (Narrative)
Talented graffiti artist Isa, fresh out of juvenile detention, returns to her home in the newly gentrified San Francisso Mission and is drawn into an affair with an older, abusive woman. Producer Sonia Malfa.

Catfish (Narrative)
A strong-willed African-American woman stands up to a powerful corporation whose greedy practices devastate her small Mississippi town, and ultimately spearheads one of the biggest workers strike in U.S. history. Based on a true story.

Bronx Burning (Documentary)
An investigative exposé into the tragic events and misguided policies which almost led to the destruction of the South Bronx and the residents who decided to stay and re-claim their neighborhoods from the ashes of neglect, economic opportunism and political indifference during one of the longest-lasting "arson-for-hire" insurance fraud crime waves in U.S. history.


The FLORIDA FILM & MEDIA MARKET GLOBAL CONFERENCE is coming soon! October 18-21 is just around the corner. With over 200 users already registered for this mega-event, you can't afford to wait another day. Register now at floridamediamarket.com. We've assembled a world-class lineup of panelists and speakers, including our Mistress of Ceremonies, award-winning actress Maria Conchita Alonso , panelists Bill Block (Vanilla Sky), Paul Breuls (Corsan N.V.) and Emmy-award winning actor/host Gary Collins . Want more? We also have a great list of exciting & informative workshops - everything from International Funding to Alternative Media to the new, red-hot High-Definition Technologies. Companies such as MTV, Sony, Venevision, Telemundo, NBC and AmericaTV will be participating to answer your questions, so register now. What are you waiting for? Visit floridamediamarket.com for all the details.


Hola, Nalipsters!

The deadline for the 2nd Annual LATINO SCREENPLAY COMPETITION (LSC) is October 31, 2007. We are looking for the best Latino-themed screenplays of the year.

The Latino Screenplay Competition (LSC) was created in 2006 with a mission to cultivate a greater interest in Latino-themed stories in popular cinema. The objective of the LSC is to promote new, talented screenwriters of Latino-themed screenplays, as well as encourage a demand for Latino-themed stories in the American independent film market. Both feature-length screenplays, as well as short screenplays are awarded.

Screenplays are accepted in Spanish, Portuguese and English.

Last year's Winners and Finalists were featured in a handbook of the Best Latino Screenplays of 2006 and mailed to 500 production companies, agents, and producers nationwide. Awards include cash prizes and sponsor gifts. Sponsors include: Robert McKee Story Seminar, Latino Books y Mas, Final Draft, Script Magazine, Book Soup Bookstore, and more.

If you are a producer, agent or production company seeking original Latino-themed material or access to emerging writers of Latino-themed screenplays, please email us to receive last year's handbook and be registered in our mailing list.

The LSC is online at: www.latinoscreenplaycompetition.com

LOVE LATINO LIFE! The Latino Screenplay Competition


WOMEN IN FILM cordially invites you to attend the SPEAKER SERIES with special guest
(Chairman & CEO, Phoenix Pictures)

Sample some of the best American films over the past 25 years and there's a good chance Mike Medavoy played a role in the success of many of them. From agent to studio chief, he has been involved with over 300 feature films. As vice president in charge of the motion picture department of International Famous Agency in 1971, he worked with such prestigious clients as Steven Spielberg, Terrence Malick, Jane Fonda, Donald Sutherland and Gene Wilder, among others. United Artists brought him in as senior vice president of production in 1974, and he was part of the team responsible for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Rocky, and Annie Hall, which won the Best Picture Oscars over three successive years.

In 1978 Medavoy co-founded Orion Pictures. During his tenure Platoon, Amadeus, RoboCop, Hannah and Her Sisters, The Terminator, Dances with Wolves and The Silence of the Lambs were released. In 1990, after 12 fruitful years at Orion, Medavoy became Chairman of TriStar Pictures. Under his aegis, critically acclaimed box office successes, Philadelphia, Terminator 2: Judgment Day (with Carolco), Sleepless in Seattle, Cliffhanger (with Carolco), The Fisher King, Legends of the Fall, and Steven Spielberg's Hook debuted. Of all the films he has been involved with, 16 have been nominated for Best Picture Oscars and seven have won.

Today, as Chairman and CEO of Phoenix Pictures, Medavoy has brought to the screen Miss Potter, The People vs. Larry Flynt, Apt Pupil, The Thin Red Line, Dick, and The 6th Day and many others. In 2007 he produced License to Wed, Zodiac and Resurrecting the Champ and currently has eight projects in development.

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007
6pm - 8pm
McCormick and Schmick's
Two Rodeo Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Parking is valet located under Two Rodeo (enter on Dayton Way)

Mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com and get $5 OFF - pay only $15 (normally $20)!
(Discount for Non WIF-members only)

Call the WIF office at (310) 657-5144 to purchase your ticket and make sure you state you heard about it from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com to get your discount!

When making reservations, we will require payment (we take Visa, Mastercard and AMEX).
We cannot accept reservations without payment.
We stop taking reservations at noon the day of the event. Payment is NOT accepted at the door.



OPA VIEJA FILMS and PARADOX SMOKE PRODUCTIONS proudly announce that SALIM BABA has been shortlisted for a Best Short Documentary Oscar nomination!

Voters from the Documentary Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences viewed this year's 23 eligible contenders and submitted their ballots for the 80th Academy Awards, from which three to five of the currently short listed films will receive nominations. The 80th Academy Awards nominations will be announced on Tuesday, January 22, 2008, at 5:30 a.m. PT in the Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater.

Please see this article for more info.

In other news, SALIM BABA be screening this week at the Woodstock Film Festival, and later on in the year in competition for the Silver Cub and the Audience Award at the International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam?(IDFA).

For more information please visit the Woodstock Film Festival website and the IDFA website.

For more info on SALIM BABA visit: www.rv-films.com

Thanks to everyone at NALIP for your continued support!



Oct. 15, 2007 - (IndyStar.com) - As it turns 16, the Heartland Film Festival is growing up and going global. With more than 600 films that competed for a slot this year, it's clear that Heartland is "not just a sweet little Midwestern film festival" anymore, in the words of Hollywood producer/director Mike Tollin ("Radio"). Heartland, which opens Thursday, has always had an international flavor, with movies from a variety of countries and languages. This year, more than a quarter of the 47 films have a foreign influence, with a special emphasis on Spanish-language films that organizers hope will lure the local Hispanic community. FULL STORY HERE


Oct. 14, 2007 - (New York Post) - Hot on the heels of Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof" comes the other half of the former double-feature known as "Grindhouse." And while "Planet Terror" was the weaker of the two films, director Robert Rodriguez has whupped Quentin's butt when it comes to DVD packaging. But before we go further, first the bad news: In his commentary track - something Tarantino didn't even bother to do for "Death Proof" - Rodriguez confirms what many fans have suspected all along: Sometime soon, a comprehensive "Grindhouse" edition will be rolled out, containing both movies as well as footage and extras not included on this or the "Death Proof" double disc. Guess they had to make their money back on this theatrical disaster somehow. FULL STORY HERE


Oct. 15, 2007 - (Newsday.com) - Shooting begins this week in Rome's famed Cinecitta movie studios on Spike Lee's "Miracle at St. Anna," a fact-based World War II drama whose stars include James Gandolfini, John Leguizamo, Derek Luke, Michael Ealy, Omar Benson Miller and Laz Alonso.Adapted from the critically-acclaimed book of the same name by its author, James McBdire ("The Color of Water"), "Miracle at St. Anna" tells the story of four members of the all-black 92nd Army division trapped behind enemy lines in an Italian village who battle besieging Nazi troops with help from the locals. FULL STORY HERE


Oct. 14, 2007 - (indieWIRE) - Nicolas Pereda's "Where Are Their Histories?" (Donde estan sus historias?) won the jury prize in the first competition for Mexican feature films at the Morelia International Film Festival in Mexico, which wraps up tonight (Sunday). Lucia Gaja's "My Life Inside" (Mi Vida Dentro) won the jury prize for best documentary at the 5th annual festival in the state capital of Michoacan. Francisco Franco Alba's "Quemar Las Naves" won the narrative audience award and Paul Grivas & Eugene Zapata's "Angahuan" won the documentary audience award. FULL STORY HERE


Oct. 7, 2007 - (The Boston Globe) - In a vivid example of how much foreign cultures have crossed and merged, the Boston Latino International Film Festival opens Friday with a movie that's set in. . . Montreal. "Imitation" follows a Mexican woman played by Vanessa Bauche ("Amores Perros") who travels to Canada to look for the husband who has left her. Director Federico Hidalgo also based his previous film, "A Silent Love," in Montreal and Mexico. In an interview with the website cinema-quebecois.net when the earlier film came out, Hidalgo noted that "so many images and ideas circulate about what places are really like that everybody comes to the film with certain expectations about Mexico and Mexicans, Canada and Canadians." FULL STORY HERE



NALIP seeks a sharp, detail oriented, and computer savvy Membership Coordinator/Office Manager to run the day-to-day operations of our headquarters in Santa Monica, as well as manage a sizeable database of registered members. Daily work with filmmakers, projects and programs that help to advance the Latino Media Field. Regular staff work in fun Santa Monica office, but feels like production! Position starts Oct. 23.

Job Requirements:
-- Bachelor's degree, preferably in Film/TV, Business, Communications or related fields
-- 1-2 years experience in a busy office
-- Proficiency in PC (IT comfort a plus) word processing/Office software essential
-- FileMaker, HTML, web-publishing experience strongly preferred, but can be taught
-- Strong written and verbal communication skills
-- Thick-skinned personality who is able to work under deadlines
-- Ability to adapt and multi-task at a very busy desk
-- Bilingual: English/ Spanish preferred but not required
-- Willingness to work as part of an expanding and diverse team
-- Familiarity with or interest in the entertainment industry

Responsibilities Include:
-- Manage HQ offices and its operations/expenses during business hours:
10:00am-7:00 pm (Mon.-Fri) plus some evening events
-- Serve as Assistant to NALIP Board of Directors
-- Participate in organizational Special Events
-- Double as office Receptionist (when needed)
-- Coordinate and supervise office interns and volunteers (when applicable)
-- Act as company liaison/rep at industry events, screenings, film festivals, etc. . .

When applying for this position, the subject line of your e-mail must contain "MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR POSITION" on it.

Please email all cover letters and resumes to membership@nalip.org


WGBH, the PBS station in Boston, is looking for a producer, three associate producers and a production secretary for a new documentary series, Latin Music USA, beginning production this fall and scheduled to air in January 2009. From Mambo to Salsa to Tejano to Chicano Rock, Latin pop, and the urban sounds of Hip Hop and Reggaeton, Latin Music USA tells the story of new American music forged from powerful Latin roots, and explores the profound but largely unrecognized influence of Latin music in jazz, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll.


Program Description
Tejano, Chicano Rock and the Nuevo Corrido provide a window into the rise of Mexican American identity in the United States.

Position Overview
The Producer is responsible, under the supervision of the Executive Producer and Senior Producer, for all aspects of production of a one-hour television documentary, and for the research, planning, training or organizing activities that may be necessary or assigned with regard to such production

The Producer is required to have completed one or more long format (1 hour) documentary films for national broadcast and must be familiar with Mexican American culture and music and have working knowledge of Spanish.

The producer will be responsible for outlining the program’s concept within the content and stylistic parameters set by the Executive Producer and Senior Producer for the documentary Series and to determine the necessary ingredients of production, including content, writing, editing, directing, talent, budget, research, both content and archive, and final realization of such elements in program format.

The producer will be responsible for originating the program’s treatment and script writing, research, planning, training or organizing activities in preparation for program production.

Representing WGBH with regard to funding, research, production, presentation and promotion of programs.

Hiring, with the approval of the Executive Producer and Senior Producer, supervising and training, of production team including Associate Producer, Cinematographer, Editor and all others engaged in the production of the Program in a way that is supports diversity and inclusion in the workplace and interacting in a way that is free from discrimination, intolerance or harassment.

Supervising editing of tape and/or film.

Ensuring adherence to all contracts or agreements and managing production resources with authorized budget.

Ensuring program compliance with all relevant law and government regulations as well as WGBH, PBS and other policies, standards, and practices, including acquiring of all necessary rights, clearances and releases for the appearances of all persons in the program. Maintaining required records.

Be able to work independently while functioning as part of a team, adhering to the requirement of the Series above and beyond those of the Program. Keeping appropriate executives and other producers in the Series informed of production and program plans as necessary, be willing to share production resources and time with other Producers in the Series, adhering to the schedule for screenings, meetings and broadcast as determined by the Executive Producer and the Senior Producer.

The producer will be responsible for generating materials relating to other media such as web, radio or pod casts as may be required by the Executive Producer.


Position Overview
The Associate Producer's responsibilities are delegated by the Executive Producer, Senior Producer, and Producer. The AP will be expected to be thoroughly familiar with the editorial and content objectives of the series. The AP will be asked to assist with the research process, including archive research in conjunction with the Project Archivist. The Associate Producer is responsible for coordinating and managing production shoots, working with service departments and outside vendors. Also responsible for production budget projections, tracking and compliance.

Responsible for supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace and interacting in a way that is free from discrimination, intolerance or harassment.

- Proven experience in television long form documentary production
- Strong writing, organizational, administrative and
communication skills are required.
- Must be able to multi-task, and able to meet strict deadlines.
- Ability to work independently while still being able to function as part of a collaborative production team.
- Must be familiar with Latino culture and music. Knowledge of Spanish preferred.
- Should have a good working knowledge of HD tape production.
- Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and telephone manner and be comfortable dealing with all production departments and relevant outside vendors including artists, agents and talent managers.
- Working knowledge of Filemaker Pro, Excel software and Internet research sites.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.


Position Overview
The Production Secretary will work under the direction of the Executive Producer and Senior Producer at WGBH in Boston. The Production Secretary should be familiar with editorial and content objectives of the series and be able to assist in all aspects of production including correspondence, preparation, proofreading, research, database creation/maintenance, coordinating meeting schedules and extensive travel arrangements.

Responsible for supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace and interacting in a way that is free from discrimination, intolerance or harassment.

- Production/television experience required.
- Must have strong organizational skills and ability to coordinate complicated logistics.
- Must be highly organized, able to multi-task, and able to meet strict deadlines.
- Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and telephone manner and be comfortable dealing with all production departments and relevant outside vendors including artists, agents and talent managers.
- Must be familiar with Latino culture and music and Spanish language.
- Expertise using Microsoft Word, Filemaker Pro, Excel software and Internet research sites.
- College degree or equivalent experience preferred.

Scott Limanek
WGBH National Productions/LATIN MUSIC USA
1 Guest Street
Boston, MA 02135


Seeking Casting Director for EASTLA, an episodic pilot being produced under the auspices of USC's graduate dramatic series pilot course. We have a long list of roles of primarily Latino characters to cast and are hoping to hire top-quality talent. We have scheduled auditions for October 26 - 28 and need a Casting Director to help us manage these asap.

The storyline for EASTLA is as follows:

Decorated war veteran, Alex Guzman, returns home to East Los Angeles to start a new life with his new and pregnant wife. He thought he left the war behind, but finds that it continues in his own backyard. A twist on the crime drama told from the barrio's perspective.

We are looking for someone who would be willing to assume the responsibilities of a casting director on a pro bono basis. We would like someone who, in addition to what has been described above, could also help us identify up-and-coming and established talent that would not be accessible to us via our regular channels, and pitch the project to them as an opportunity to play leading and principal roles that depart from stereotypes and offer an opportunity to Latino actors to showcase their ability.

We are offering copy and credit. Due to the limited, student budget, we are not able to offer pay. An honorarium may be negotiable. Character breakdowns and scripts are available upon request.

Interested parties should send a resume and note of interest to Hector Ceballos at hectorace@gmail.com


The ideal candidate must have a high level of experience with Macromedia Flash (up to and including Flash 8) including broad experience with varying design and animation styles. Advanced experience with Flash motion development, animation builds, and action scripting a must. Must be a creative thinker, well organized, and detail orientated, with 4 - 6 years of interactive design experience. Experience with entertainment industry related projects a plus.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Serve as lead and/or primary Flash Developer, contributing to the strategy through conceptual design and development to flash execution for various entertainment related website and rich media projects. Work with creative director to build complete Flash websites from start to finish including all animation, programming & sound design. Developer must have excellent communication skills and work well with other team members.

Company Description:
Located in Los Angeles, Jetset Studios is a leading interactive marketing and web design agency, providing services to various premier companies in the entertainment industry. Clients include Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, and 20th Century Fox.

* Proficiency in all areas of Flash development including: Advanced Actionscript, XML, PHP, Flash Video & Audio Integration
* Proficiency in both tradition tween based animation & code based animation
* Proficiency with HTML, CSS, Javascript
* Proficiency with graphics applications including: Adobe Illustrator & Adobe Photoshop.
* Experience with Flash game development, including math and physics is a plus
* Entertainment experience a plus
* Illustration skills a plus

Pay is negotiable depending upon experience.

TO APPLY: email a cover letter and resume ASAP to:


A-Nation TV is an AWARD WINNING entertainment news magazine covering current events with top celebrities and highlighting Asian Artists. We are looking to hire for the following positions:

Full time position. At least one year experience with Final Cut Pro. This is a fast pace cut, a lot of in & out. Must have a creative mind of their own and work independently. Looking for someone who loves the challenge, and has patience, dedication and passion.

Camera Operator - Must have knowledge of Panasonic AG-HVX200 or have their own camera.

Intern - Anyone who wants to be in this industry for the right reasons; eager to learn, passionate and has potential.

Sales Position - Directly responsible for acquiring new business with high value clients, agencies and local businesses; top candidates for this position will be confident, organized, and love the thrill of closing new business. We are seeking goal-oriented, motivated salespeople to join our Sales Team.

TO SUBMIT: email ALL the information requested below to:
1. Cover Letter
2. Resume
3. Editor and Camera Op. must send reel or a link
4. Type position in subject box
5. Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com for priority consideration!

Career at A-Nation TV/InfoList Submission
6765 Westminster Blvd., Suite #C520
Westminster, CA 92683

Note: We would like to thank everyone in advance for your submission; however we will only contact you if interested.


Shooting in Sacramento, California area in late October (Oct. 25th - 30th) Pay is $100 - $200 per day (depending upon position and experience) We will also pay transportation, lodging, and meals.

We are looking for:

* Editor (LA based)
* DP
* Hair/Makeup person (someone who does both hair and makeup)
* 1st AD
* 2nd AD
* Script Supervisor

TO SUBMIT: email resume (be sure to indicate the POSITION you are applying for in the subject line) ASAP to:


Click here to review the Job Opportunities!

Make a difference in your community by assisting San Diego Latino Film Festival 2008 in your free time. It's remarkable what one person can do to impact the lives of others. By donating your time, talents, and hard work to Media Arts Center San Diego, you can be that remarkable person.

Currently, we are seeking assistance in organizing the 15th Anniversary edition of the festival. Assistance is needed from November 2007 to April 2008. Depending on the position, the bulk of work will of course take place March 1 through March 20. A small stipend will be paid to each Coordinator; however, positions are primarily seen as to be volunteer positions. Those with pre-existing sustainable incomes, free hours in the week, and a passion for Latino film/culture need only apply. All the following positions are currently open and waiting to be filled by someone like you!

* Guest Services Coordinator: Air Travel
* Guest Services Coordinator: Hotel
* Guest Services Coord: Ground Transportation
* Guest Services Coordinator: Hospitality
* Sponsorship Coord.: On-Site Activation
* Filmmaker / Talent Coord: International
* Filmmaker / Talent Coordinator - U.S.A.
* Volunteer Coordinator: On-site
* Print Trafficking Coord: Short Films
* Print Trafficking Coord: Feature Films
* PR Coordinator: Print Media
* PR Coordinator: TV/Radio Media
* Press Conference Coord: On-Site
* Programming/Curatorial Coord: Short Films
* Programming Coord: Feature Films
* Theater Manager: Screens #1 & #2
* Theater Manager: Screens #3 & #4
* Ticket Coord.: Day Shift (1PM- 6PM)
* Ticket Coord: Evening Shift (6PM- 11PM)
* Sonido Latino Coord: 3 After-Parties
* Sonido Latino Coord: Theater Lobby
* Galas Coord: Galas
* Special Events Coordinator
* Arte Latino! Coordinator
* Arte Latino! Sales
* Merchandise Coordinator
* Tijuana/Border Visions Festival Coordinator
* Souvenir Program Writer: Short Films
* Souvenir Program Writer: Feature Films
* Souvenir Program Editor
* Corazon Awards / Film Competition Coord.
* Para la Familia Coordinator
* Filmmaker Workshop Coordinator
* Student / Community Outreach Coordinator

*Submit resume and apply on-line. Click here!

For more details, contact Ethan van Thillo, Executive Director, at, 619-230-1938 x 101, ethan@mediaartscenter.org




Alex Mendoza
Alex Mendoza & Associates
AMARTE Design & Digital Printing
9513 Longden Avenue
Temple City, CA 91780


1323 Lincoln Blvd., #220
Santa Monica, CA 90401



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