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Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be ‘Revolution Cuba: Stories of Art & Change,’ ‘Ray & Liz,’ ‘Looking at the Stars’ or ‘Ojos Tristes’?

Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be 'Revolution Cuba: Stories of Art & Change,' 'Ray & Liz,' 'Looking at the Stars' or 'Ojos Tristes'?

The winning filmmaker will become a candidate for March Project of the Month. That winner will be in the running for Project of the Year.

The four projects up for this week’s Project of the Week are listed below (with descriptions courtesy of the filmmakers). You can vote at the bottom of the page.

Revolution Cuba: Stories of Art & Change: “Art for the people” collides with market forces in six short portraits of artists at the heart of an evolving nation.

Ray & Liz: On the margins of society the Billingham family perform extreme rituals, breaking cultural taboos, muddling through lives decided by factors beyond their control.
Looking at the Stars: A feature-length documentary about the first and only ballet school for the blind in the world, located in São Paulo, Brazil, focusing on Geyza, the school’s prima ballerina and on Thalia, a teenager who dreams of independence.
Ojos Tristes: The coming out story of a gay Chicano boy, who lusts over men online while visiting his struggling-actress sister in Los Angeles.

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Jesse Cruz

Ojos Tristes

Christina Horgan

Ojos Tristes

Ana Letícia de Santis B Reis

Looking at the stars

Sergio Mendoza

Ojos Tristes

Ana Maria Nogueira

Looking at the stars

Yazz giraldo

I vote for revolution cuba!!! Great one

Ronald Bush

One thing I noticed, especially this time, is an unfair grouping of genre. Ray & Liz doesn’t fit in with the other films and therefore is at a disadvantage..

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