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The El Paso Film Festival is changing with the times so the show can go on but from the comfort and safety of your own home. Since we're still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, the El Paso Film Festival has adjusted the way they will be reaching their audience for this year's movies.
When UTEP digital media major Sergio Muñoz started writing the script for his short film “Ayúdame, Por Favor”, he dreamed of the best-case scenario: it would be well-received and win awards. When he finished filming, his dream came true.
EPFF Alumni David Blue Garcia, who's film Tejano can be seen on HBO Max and won Best Narrative at our 2018 festival, is now directing Legendary’s new sequel to Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Building the American Dream, which won the Best Documentary and Best of Show awards at the 2019 El Paso Film Festival, will be debuting on PBS September 15th, 2020 at 10pm ET. Congratulations to EPFF Alumni Chelsea Sonnen Hernandez and her team!
El Paso Filmmakers Zach & Hannah Passero will have their latest short film "Gust" featured as part of a Horror Anthology Film "Isolation".
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the Borderland, community members are finding creative ways to adapt.
With the debut of his new film, "Red 11," on Thursday night at the El Paso Film Festival, director Robert Rodriguez said he is coming full circle.
Patricia Vonne still remembers the determination her maverick brother Robert Rodriguez had even as a child.
The El Paso Film Festival is rolling into its second year stronger than ever.
The visionary filmmaker behind action hits such as “El Mariachi,” “From Dusk Till Dawn,” “Desperado,” “Spy Kids” and “Alita: Battle Angel” is bringing his movie magic to the borderland.
El Paso never had until last year, when filmmaker Carlos Corral organized the first one. Now his second annual El Paso Film Festival, running from Oct. 24-27, steps up in a big way.
EL PASO, Texas (KFOX14/CBS4) — This year’s El Paso Film Festival will feature special guest Robert Rodriguez, director of “Sin City,” “Spy Kids,” “Once Upon a Time in Mexico,” and “El Mariachi.”
The El Paso Film Festival recently announced the schedule and list of feature films and short films that will be screened at this year's event and now we know who will be the special guest in attendance.
As part of the organization’s annual voting, the Austin Film Critics Association awards titles with local ties — works made in Austin and/or directed by a filmmaker living in town during their film’s production.
The El Paso Film Festival, in a partnership with the El Paso Museum of Art, will take place Sept. 14-16 in Downtown El Paso and will feature 43 independent short films and five feature films.
Dr. Victoria Ramirez, director of the El Paso Museum of Art, will be partnering with Artistic Director Carlos Corral in hosting the 1st El Paso Film Festival this fall in Downtown El Paso. With the philanthropic help of the Paso Del Norte Charitable Foundation, the El Paso Film Festival and its Sponsors will be awarding up to $5,000 in cash prizes to independent filmmakers.
Carlos Corral is creating more opportunities to showcase films made in the borderland and filmmakers from the borderland. He’s created the El Paso Film Festival, a new festival that hopes to bring the best from the El Paso area to the big screen, while also showcasing emerging indie filmmakers from around the country, and perhaps the world.
EL PASO, Texas - The first El Paso Film Festival, set to kick off this fall, will screen 10 short films from independent filmmakers. And there seems to be trend among the movies -- filmmakers who grew up along the border, telling the story of life along the border from their perspective. Carlos Corral is the artistic director for the El Paso Film Festival
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) - Artist Director Carlos Corral hoping to highlight the best from the El Paso area to the big screen with the El Paso Film Festival. The Artist Director partnering with the El Paso Filmmakers Organization and the Paso del Norte Charitable Foundation.
Listen to the ON FILM interview with Charles Horak and Carlos Corral on KTEP 88.5FM. This week we visited with Carlos Corral, filmmaker and founder of the El Paso Film Festival, as he discussed a premier event for the El Paso Film Festival, as well as the long-term goals he hopes to achieve with this new project.
The El Paso Film Festival was created by filmmaker Carlos Corral in 2018 with the support of the El Paso Filmmakers organization. With the philanthropic help of the Paso Del Norte Charitable Foundation, the El Paso Film Festival screens original film showcases for aspiring filmmakers and for all who look to enjoy independent work that they won't see in a mainstream theater.