Today The Rivard Report introduces a new Friday feature, San Antonio in Motion, showcasing the work of San Antonio videographers. A growing number of young, talented filmmakers are at work in the city, but there is no single showcase for their productions connecting them to a general interest audience. We hope to become that platform, and by doing so serve as a catalyst for the creation of even more films about the people and places of San Antonio. We’ll introduce you to the actual video makers at the same time we host their work.
We begin the Friday series with one of the winning entries in the San Antonio Office of Cultural Affairs,’ “Neighborhood Film Project 3.0.” The city-sponsored competition was established three years ago to support the city’s nascent filmmaking community, and to encourage local filmmakers to produce new works.
Danny Puckett and Bryson Reno of Cinema Toast won second prize in the OCA competition with their 5 and 1/2 minute exploration of Southtown. You can check out more work by the duo at: http://vimeo.com/cinematoast
Rivard Report video editor & Trinity University student, Class of ’13.