Oaxaca Film Festival 2013

Oaxaca Film Festival 2013

Road To Juarez Official Selection 2013 For Oaxaca Film Festival: About the Festival: The Oaxaca FilmFest is an eight-days long film festival held each September in the colonial Mexican city of Oaxaca since 2010. The festival is composed of 19 categories and offers a large space in its selection to emerging directors and scriptwriters.

After only three years since being founded, the festival has been listed by Movie Maker magazine as one of the most attractive festivals for 2013 (Top 50 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee, Annual List), which contributes to making it one of the most important film festival in Latin America. Visit: OaxacaFilmFest.com

Each year, the Best Narrative Feature, Best Documentary Feature, Best Narrative Short, and, Best Documentary Short is rewarded by the festival with an Agave Award.

In 2011, Oaxaca FilmFest joined the Red Mexicana de Festivales Cinematograficos and hosted the annual conference in April 2013.

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Charley Koontz

Charley Koontz

 

Born and raised in Concord, California, Charley Koontz graduated from De La Salle High School in 2005. He went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, Ca in 2009. Koontz
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