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Dr. Pannell welcomes Dr. Rosalyn Berne, director for the Center of Engineering Ethics and Society at the National Academy of Engineering from the University of Virginia.

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Artist Suzi Davidoff will have a show at the Xolo Gallery in central El Paso that opens on January 25, 2020. This show will feature prints, etchings and monotypes.  Many of the pieces have never been shown in El Paso, including a new series, Rio Grande Suite.

As part of an on-going initiative to increase, inspire, and support short form content made by women from the El Paso-Las Cruces-Juarez region, Femme Frontera will fund new works made by emerging and established self-identifying female filmmakers. 

The funds will assist filmmakers in the creation of their short films in the El Paso-Las Cruces-Juarez region. The films will then be invited to screen as part of the official 2020 Femme Frontera Filmmaker Showcase next fall. Deadline to apply is February 15, 2020.

 

On Film host, Chuck Horak switches seats with, guest host, Kyle Alvarado to discuss the Critics Choice Awards winners, nominess, and losses. From discussing another win for Quenting Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to the acclaimed South Korean film Parasite, this year of filmaking had array of exceptional films. Sharing moments with iconic actors such as Robert De Niro and Rita Moreno to the complex and expensive marketing film campaigns towards critics, there was a wide variety of amazingly interersting topics discussed. 

Jay Duncan, host of the Sunset Film Society, has curated a unique and intriguing series of film screenings for January. With a selection of classic films made by actors turned directors, Jay stopped by the KTEP studios to discuss the upcoming screenings as well as the films themselves. From Marlon Brando's only directorial credit in One Eyed Jacks to Clint Eastwoods directorial debut for Play Misty for Me, there was a slew of information to be discussed.

  • Jan. 18th - One Eyed Jacks
  • Jan. 25th - Play Misty for Me
  • Jan. 26th - Iva Turney Society for Arts & Adventure

Screenings will be held at the International Museum of Art at 1211 Montana Ave. at 2:00p.m.

Perspectives - Author Jim Cole

Jan 11, 2020

Host Louie Saenz welcomes Award Winning  Author Jim Cole from Victoria, Texas to discuss his new novel, Never Cry Again.

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