On July 19 at 5 pm, Lonche screens at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco as part of the Best Short Documentaries program at the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival.
Lonche will be presented on May 17 at CASA in Boyle Heights as part of the Reel Rasquache Art and Film Festival. Que viva rasquachismo!
On Friday, April 25, Lonche screened at the legendary Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas as part of the Cine Las Americas Film Festival.
Lonche screens at 7 pm on Saturday, April 26 in the Spanish Shorts program at the Resource Center For Nonviolence in Santa Cruz, CA.
“The Farm and Food Festival will be hosting at the Roxie Theater starting Thusday and showings will be paired with delicious food. The festival will have nine showings, with three additional events: an opening reception at Root Division, a closing reception at Dandelion Chocolate and a brunch date at 18th Reasons.
Don’t miss out on the screening of Lonche: A Tale of Two Taco Trucks, a short documentary of 20 minutes showing on April 6, at 4 p.m. as part of the festival’s Savory Shorts. Claire Weissbluth, who recently started doing work for Mission Local, produced the story of two taco trucks and how they stay afloat in business by serving two completely different populations: farm workers on the fields of Watsonville and tech workers in Silicon Valley. We interviewed her about the piece.”