Good news: The fourth round of the Desert Dust Cinema, our short film festival in the former ghosttown Lobo/Texas, will happen during next year’s Labor Day weekend – that’s Saturday, September 03 and Sunday, September 04 2016. As usual, we will have more information on the schedule online during summer on the festival’s website.
The screenings will again take place outside in the evening at the former Lobo gas station. Live music will also be happening, at no entry fee. If you haven’t been around, join us for this special long weekend in September 2016!
Before the work on the next Playroutine animation will start, we just decided to get a bit deeper into the highlights of Midcentury Architecture here in Arizona. So today the former “Tucson City Hall” entry in the work section was renamed to “Southwest Midcentury Architecture” as several new scenes will be added during the upcoming weeks.
Our work will maybe be part of the Tucson Modernism Week Exhibition during October 2015. Just have a look at the Tucson Western Savings Bank, added today.
During the days of the Desert Dust Cinema 2014, Lobo – our little ghosttown in the West Texas area – once again became an unique place for meeting people, sharing ideas, hanging around during daytime and watching incredible international shortfilms in the evenings.
The relaxed atmosphere is hard to put in words, but as usual, here is a short documentation of our time in the desert. A very big ‘thank you’ to all participating filmmakers and all our friends, neighbors and new guests – hope to meet you again at the next DDC.