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Free premiere screening about founders of modern Texas kicks off the SAFILM-SAN ANTONIO FILM FESTIVAL at Hemisfair June 17!
SAFILM-San Antonio Festival, in association with Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México-San Antonio, Texas Senator Leticia Van de Putte, ATENEO and others, presents the premiere of “Texas Before The Alamo” on Monday, June 17 at Hemisfair in San Antonio. The event starts at 7:15 p.m. and will be presented on a large outdoor screen near the Magik Theatre located close to the Hemisfair entrance of South Alamo.
The free screening at Hemisfair is possible thank to the Department of Culture and Creative Development and its Director, Felix Padrón, City Councilman Diego Bernal (D-1) and Andres Andujar of Hemisfair.
The premiere will feature amazing live performances of baroque music of Spanish Texas and a multi-media historical presentation by Senator Van de Putte starting at about 7:15 p.m. Admission is free and guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.
Filmed at actual historic sites in Texas and Mexico with noted historians and professional actors, “Texas Before The Alamo” is about the founding of Texas and the Spanish who established Missions, Presidios and Trails now known as Goliad, the Alamo, San Antonio Missions & El Camino Real de los Tejas. The Film is based on true accounts extensively researched in the Spanish and French Archives by authors, archaeologists, historical organizations and experts of Spanish Texas who have been consultants and producers for the Film. Unrecognized and often criticized, they have labored for over a century in the Archives and at historic sites on the epic stories of the true pioneers of Texas.