Filmmaker Walter Dominguez spent thirteen years researching and filming a documentary about his Grandfather Rev. Emilio N. Hernàndez's remarkable early life and how he eventually became a social activist Methodist minister serving Latino immigrants in Southern California and Arizona. The resulting documentary-drama is entitled, Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery. It is in both English and Spanish (with English subtitles).
For the first time this film will be screening in Texas – in San Antonio and Kingsville.
The San Antonio date is: Wednesday, November 16 at 6pm.
AULA CANARIA AUDITORIUM – 1st Floor of the BUENA VISTA STREET BUILDING
(BV 1.328), the DOWNTOWN CAMPUS of the UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, SAN ANTONIO.
501 West César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78207.
This UTSA screening is co-sponsored by The College of Public Policy, Mexican American
Studies, Mexican American Studies Student Organization
The Kingsville date is: Thursday, November 17 at 6pm.
SOCIAL HALL, OFFICE OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES BLDG (formerly St. Thomas Aquinas Newman Center)
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, KINGSVILLE. 1119 West Santa Gertrudis,
Kingsville, TX 78363. http://www.tamuk.edu/finance/upd/parking.html
This screening is sponsored by The Multicultural Heritage Committee of Texas A&M University of Kingsville.