Friday, December 14, 2007
After its regional debut in Fort Worth as part of the Fort Worth Sister Cities Film Series during the Lone Star International Film Festival, El Violin premiered last week in New York City.
The first full-length film by director Francisco Vargas is a Mexican film set during the 1970s during a period of revolutionary uprisings.
The beautifully shot, black-and-white film was popular among Fort Worth filmies during the FWSCI Film Series.
Check out the review from the New York Times.
The film is set for a wider distribution in Texas and the United States after the first of the year.