Saturday, February 27, 2010

Tucson: 5th Arivaca Independent Filmmakers Exhibition


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Event:                         5th Arivaca Independent Filmmakers Exhibition


Date:                          Saturday March 6th, 2010

Location:                     Arivaca Community Center, Universal Ranch Road, Arivaca, Arizona


Event Theme:               Exhibit independent films by Arizona filmmakers and/or films

                                  made about Arizona.


Time:                          12-noon thru 9:30-pm day of event. Break at 5:00pm-6:30pm for pot-luck dinner


Film Info/Website:


Admission:                   Free. 


Film Submission Fee    Free.


Location Info:      (Link to expo website, accommodations, town info, etc. )
The 5th Arivaca Independent Filmmakers Exhibition will be held on Saturday March 6th, 2010 at the Community Center in Arivaca Arizona.

Provide an exhibit of films and multi-media art made in Arizona, by Arizona filmmakers; and to provide an opportunity for rural southern Arizona to see independent films that otherwise would not accessible in this area.  For the 'indie' filmmaker, this event allows them to show their work in front of a live audience and take Q&A after the films completion.  The event provides a fun networking opportunity for filmmakers.

Afternoon Documentaries & Features (12-noon - 5:30pm):  During the afternoon session we try to showcase multi-media works and documentaries applicable to people, places and events of life in Arizona, from the filmmakers perspective.Concept


Evening Shorts (6:30 - 9:30pm):  Film shorts (2-20 minutes) for the evening session can be any genre from experimental to drama. 


Films begin at 12-noon and continue until about 9:30pm.  Arivacans provide pot-luck food between 5-6:30 pm.  Admission is free for the event and there is no fee for filmmakers to submit a film.  Filmmakers are encouraged to attend the event, introduce their film and take questions afterwards. 

From past year's experience, a majority of people attending this event are in the age group between & 35-70 years old.  These people are creative, educated and want to be entertained or stimulated by these films.  Therefore, please avoid submissions that push extremes (violence, sex, cult), unless it is in an appropriate context.


Directions:  1/2-mile east on Universal Ranch Rd, off Arivaca Road - just past fire station on right.  A PDF map is available from website link.



Contact info

Event Organizer: Bart Santello
P.O. Box 778
Arivaca, AZ 85601


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