Muerte de un burócrata/Death of a Bureaucrat (Cuba, 1966)
Last Remaining Seats Program
Tómas Gutiérrez Alea's classic dark comedy, Muerte de un burócrata, is set in the early days of Fidel Castro's Cuba, poking fun at red tape and communist bureaucracy.
This year's program was hosted by independent radio producer and freelance music/arts journalist, Betto Arcos, and featured a special performance by guitarist, music educator, and cultural producer, Phillip Graulty, who performed pieces from the legendary Cuban composer, Leo Brouwer.
We'd like to thank the Los Angeles Conservatory, our sponsors, and all our volunteers!
Please visit LACLA's Flickr account to see photos from the event:
10th Annual Student Film Festival
Congratulations to this year's student filmmakers and their teachers and families! This year's program included an array of genre's including fantasy, animation, music video, documentary, and social commentary.
Two new additions were featured in this years program to encourage students to pursue their passions in filmmaking: a mini-college fair and a mobile film school van. Many thanks to Mobile Film Classroom, Eve LaFountain from CalArts of Film/Video, and Miranda Meza and Golden Eagle Production members from the Department of TV, Film, and Media at Cal State LA for participating in this year's event.
We'd also like to thank our sponsors, teachers, families, and volunteers for helping support our future filmmakers.
We look forward to seeing you again at LACLA's 11th Annual Student Film Festival!
For photos of the event, please visit our Flickr: