EVENT: The Harry Ransom Center hosts free public programs.
Harry Ransom Center’s “Script to Screen” Shares Online Content Relating to “Making Movies” Exhibition
Event: In anticipation of the opening of its exhibition "Making Movies," the Harry Ransom Center introduces "Script to Screen," featuring online content that highlights the collaborative processes that take place behind the scenes in filmmaking. When: Begins Jan. 25. Where: Online at "Script to Screen." Background: The Ransom Center will be sharing unique content related… » Continue Reading
"Making Movies," an exhibition at the Harry Ransom Center, explores the collaborative processes that take place behind the scenes in filmmaking.
¡Ya Basta!: This isn't fiction and these aren't actors. The torture is real. The film is "¡Ya Basta!" ("Enough!"), and it's a disturbing, intimate documentary of an epidemic of kidnappings and related crimes that started in Mexico in the '90s. The film was directed by University of Texas at Austin educational psychology Professor Ricardo Ainslie, and it's not the first record he's made of a community in crisis. It's just the first time the community has been his hometown.