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2020

ARTISTORIES: Victoria Westover | Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona

Zócalo Magazine - March 2020 by Zocalo Magazine 

2019

Hanson FilmTV Institute Hosts Premiere Screening of Native American-made Documentary, Tucson Weekly

El festival Tucson Cine México llega con alta presencia de mujeres cineastas, Los Angeles Times

Tucson Cine Mexico, in its 16th year, celebrates thriving Mexican film industry, Cronkite News Arizona PBS

Inicia el festival de cine 'Tucson Cine Mexico,’ Univision AZ

Looking for something to do this week? Try Tucson Cine Mexico, AZPM News

Indigenous exploration: Tucson Cine Mexico, Tucson Weekly

UA's Role in Nation's Longest-Running Mexican Film Festival, UA News

El auge cinematográfico de México llega al Viejo Pueblo, La Estrella de Tucson

Tucsón abre sus puertas al cine de México, La Estrella de Tucson

16th Tucson Cine Mexico film festival is ready to roll, Arizona Daily Star

"Must See" viewing for movie lovers in the United States, Arizona Public Media

Tucson Cine Mexico: emerging talent and filmmakers to watch, Zocalo Magazine

UA Alumni bring Native American stories to life, Daily Wildcat

Filmmaker Deidra Peaches on Indigenous representation, creating conversations, Arizona Daily Sun

To be recognized and seen: Red Screen Film Festival celebrates Indigenous voices, Flagstaff Live

Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival presents Indigenous stories for all to see, Arizona Public Media

Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival, celebrating Indigenous World Cinema, announces festival lineup, Hopi Tutuveni

Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival celebrates Indigenous cinema, local filmmakers, Navajo-Hopi Observer

Experience the lived reality of Native American, Indigenous peoples at Indigenous film festival, NAU News

2018

Noted Film Festival Celebrates its Quinceañera, Zócalo Magazine

El Santo Makes a Triumphant Return to the Silver Screen, Arizona Public Media

Tucson Cine México llega a su edición no. 15, El Diario de Sonora

Tucson Cine Mexico celebrates its quinceañera with award-wining films, Arizona Daily Star

Tucson Cine Mexico 2018 anuncia sus películas, El Imparcial

Palomeando: Tucson Cine México 2018, La Estrella de Tucson

Tucson Cine Mexico Film Festival returns with a lineup of Mexican Cinema, Daily Wildcat

Tucson Cine Mexico celebrates 15 years, UA News

2017

UA to Host Premiere of Tucsonan’s 1968 Film on Art and Race, UA News

A 1960s Documentary Hidden for Decades – Now Revealed in Tucson, Arizona Public Media

Better Late Than Never: 1968 Film Makes World Premiere, Tucson Weekly

Radio interview with Chris DeSimone, KVOI Wake Up! Tucson

Four UA Student Films to reach national, international audiences, UA News

Student’s film chosen for film festival, Navajo Times

Enter the Future: The World of Virtual Reality VFX Industry Alumni, Arizona Alumni Magazine

VFX Special Effects, Arizona Alumni Magazine

Shining a Light on the Diversity of Mexican Culture, Zócalo Tucson

Film Festival Roundup, IndieWire

Festival Aims for Nuanced Representation of Mexican Cinema, Arizona Public Media

Este fin de semana llega el festival Tucson Cine México​, Univision

2016

UA Builds Path From Internships to Careers, UA News

APACHE 8 now available on vimeo for download rental viewing, Vimeo

Productor Esparza cree que Hollywood ha cambiado percepción sobre latinos, El Economista

Moctesuma Esparza is a wizened Hollywood, Tucson Weekly

The Hanson Film Institute kicks off Friday, April 29, Arizona Daily Star

La cinta La Delgada Línea Amarilla cuenta la, Univision

Mexican Director's 'The Thin Yellow Line' Debuts in Tucson, Arizona Public Media

Hanson Series to Explore Diversity in Hollywood, UA News

2015

Film industry insiders share tips, tricks for indie film fundraising, The Daily Wildcat

Building Arizona’s Film Industry, Arizona Public Media

Second Annual Bisbee Film Fest Kicks Off, Herald/Review

Hanson Film Festival Presents Critically Acclaimed, Diverse Films, UA News

'The Homestretch' part of Lesbian Looks film series, Arizona Daily Star

Navajo filmmaker gains international attention, Najavo-Hopi Observer

Mexico in Film: Rejoice!, Tucson Weekly

Festival aims camera at Mexico, Arizona Daily Star

Filmmaker finds new way to explore culture, Navajo Times

Hollywood meets Tucson at Pitch Fest, The Daily Wildcat

UA Launches Documentary Film Center and Public Series, UA News

UA Grad’s Film Finds International Audience, UA News

 

2014

Festival to showcase Mexico’s emerging film scene, Arizona Daily Star

 

2013

Ha:San School has new film course, Arizona Public Media

Filmmakers, Festivals Adapting, Arizona Public Media

Edgy Filmmakers are stars of fest, Arizona Daily Star

UA screens long-lost silent film today; grad scores soundtrack, Arizona Daily Star

Film History, Lost and Found, Tucson Weekly

2012

Hollywood Insiders Advise Theater, Film and Television Majors to Dream Big, Arizona Public Media

¡Acción! On Set and On Track with UA Film Students and Alumni in Mexico, Arizona Alumni Magazine

Movies That Cross All Borders, Arizona Public Media

Festival Brings Mexico’s ‘Miss Bala’ to Tucson Screens, Arizona Public Media

 

2011

Native Eyes Film Showcase Looks Within, Arizona Public Media

Through Native Eyes, Tucson Weekly

Top Secret Rosies, Arizona Public Media

Mexican Masterpieces, Tucson Weekly

2010

WE SHALL REMAIN Special Preview, Arizona Public Media

2008

Producing Special Effects in Science Fiction Movies, UA News

UA-Led Workshop to Teach Filmmaking to American Indian Youth, UA News

Public Invited to Free Screening of Sundance Award-Winning Film, UA News

Academy Award Nominee to Speak at the UA, UA News

2007

American Indian film series a rarity, Arizona Daily Star

UA’s ‘Native Eyes’ Showcase Will Highlight Native American Films, UA News

Mexican cinema to be spotlighted, Arizona Daily Star

Film and music overlap in Crossing Barriers performance, Arizona Daily Wildcat

 

2006

Producer Jerry Bruckheimer to Receive Honorary Degree at UA Afternoon Commencement Ceremony, UA News

2005

Milestone in black film to be shown, Arizona Daily Star

Award-Winning Independent Film Producer Christine Vachon at UA, UA News

2004

‘Smoke Signals’ Director and UA Grad, Chris Eyre, in Tucson for UA Events, UA News

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