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Hecho en Tejas: Short Films
67min. Directed by Sarah M. Kuck, Monica Santis.
Starring
Various


Join Violet Crown Cinema and Cine Las Americas for a special presentation of Hecho en Tejas: Short Films. Filmmakers Sarah M. Kuck (Retornados) and Monica Santis (Hacia el sol) will participate in a Q&A following the film.


About Retornados

a short documentary about three families who have been forced to return to Honduras, and to the extremely violent conditions they fled. The film features the families’ narratives as chapters, with intimate impressions of their domestic lives and stories about their ambitions, fears, and desires for safety.


About Hacia el sol

A 12 year old girl confronts her scarring past when she is placed at an immigrant children’s shelter for unaccompanied minors in Texas. As her future hangs in limbo, she embarks on a healing journey to recover her own sense of power through her artwork.


Presented in partnership with Cine Las Americas International Film Festival. CLA members will receive a $2 discount on tickets purchased at the box office or by phone.






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Hecho en Tejas: Short Films
67min. Directed by Sarah M. Kuck, Monica Santis.
Starring
Various


Join Violet Crown Cinema and Cine Las Americas for a special presentation of Hecho en Tejas: Short Films. Filmmakers Sarah M. Kuck (Retornados) and Monica Santis (Hacia el sol) will participate in a Q&A following the film.


About Retornados

a short documentary about three families who have been forced to return to Honduras, and to the extremely violent conditions they fled. The film features the families’ narratives as chapters, with intimate impressions of their domestic lives and stories about their ambitions, fears, and desires for safety.


About Hacia el sol

A 12 year old girl confronts her scarring past when she is placed at an immigrant children’s shelter for unaccompanied minors in Texas. As her future hangs in limbo, she embarks on a healing journey to recover her own sense of power through her artwork.


Presented in partnership with Cine Las Americas International Film Festival. CLA members will receive a $2 discount on tickets purchased at the box office or by phone.






Wed, Jan 23rd 






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Santa Fe | Charlottesville