SOS@Antenna – Lo Que Daria Por Volver & Quinceañera

Film Screening: 6:00pm Saturday, March 17, 2012
Location: Press Street's Antenna Gallery – 3161 Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

Scene from "Lo Que Daria Por Volver"

Please join us for “Sex on Saturday” at Antenna – A new film series about love and relationships.  Free Admission.  Seating is limited.  Contact to rsvp or for more information.


March 17, 2012 at 6:00 pm
by Sergio Carvajal (2008)
Lo Que Daria Por Volver is a documentary, narrative, and experimental film which explores the concepts of home, success, and the American dream through the experiences of three different characters in one given day.  Featuring Josh Ashy Holden, Sergio Carvajal and Carla Daws.  (35 minutes)

QUINCEANERA by Richard Glatzer & Wash Westmoreland (2006)
As Magdalena’s 15th birthday approaches, her simple, blissful life is complicated by the discovery that she’s pregnant. Kicked out of her house, she finds a new family with her great-granduncle and cousin. (90 minutes)

March 24, 2012 at 6:00 pm
THE DOORMAN by Etienne Kallos (2006)
The Latino doorman of a New York apartment building begins to unravel when he is seduced and then dumped by a privileged college kid who lives in the building.  Featuring Jamil Mena, Stephen Sheffer and Chris Anthony. (17 minutes)

CAL EXPRESS by Sergio Carvajal (2009)
Bouncing from job to job, Cal has been leading a mundane, shallow life. When he intrudes on his younger brother Ryan as he prepares for a date, one incident leads to another, unraveling the secrets that these two brothers hold. In 10 minutes, Cal is presented with a self-inflicted slap-in-the-face epiphany, which will make him choose to change once and for all… or maybe not.  Featuring Nick Ashy Holden, Josh Ashy Holden and Ender Serrano.  (11 minutes)

RAISING VICTOR VARGAS by Peter Sollett (2002)
A Lower East Side teenager struggles to find some sanity while surrounded by an eccentric grandmother, a crazy new girlfriend, and a longing younger brother.  Featuring Victor Rasuk, Judy Marte and Melonie Diaz. (88 minutes)

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