The Making of Ottomaticake in Movie Maker Magazine!

Ottomaticake in MovieMaker Magazine!! We want to thank Max Weinstein and Tim Rhys for this wonderful opportunity to share the making of this documentary with all of you!

Gracias mil a Max Weinstein y Tim Rhys por invitarnos a compartir el proceso de creación de la última película de Talcual Films, Ottomaticake.

Ottomaticake Screens at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco!

Ottomaticake screens at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco -Gemma’s filmmaking home!
When: Time: Saturday, Sept. 29th 5pm ONLY
Where: 3117 16th St, San Francisco
Public Transit: 16th Street Mission BART station between Valencia and Guerrero.

Q&A: Come meet Otto and the filmmaking team – Gemma and editor Kyung Lee.
Limited sitting so we recommend you get your ticket now by clicking below!

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NOTICIAS FRESCAS!
El Cine Roxie de San Francisco proyectará Ottomaticake!
Cuándo y Donde: Unico día – Sábado 29 de Septiembre a las 5 de la Tarde.
Dirección: 3117 16th St, San Francisco
Metro: 16th Street BART Station entre Valencia y Guerrero.

Otto, la editora Kyung Lee y Gemma estarán en la proyección y coloquio.
Nos hace mucha ilusión que se estrene en el Roxie porque fue precisamente en esta ciudad y en el barrio de la Misión donde comenzó mi vida de Gemma en el cine documental!
La Sala es pequeña así que compra ya tu entrada en el enlace de abajo:

Audience Reactions to Ottomaticake

In May 2018 and after our premiere at Hawaii International Film Festival, our documentary film Ottomaticake showed at Doris Duke Theater /Honolulu Museum of Art. In this video we captured a few audience reactions after the first screening on May 4th. For more information about this film visit talcualfilms.com

Ottomaticake Q&A at Doris Duke Theater/ Honolulu Arts Museum

On May 4th 2018 and after our premiere at the 37th Hawaii International Film Festival, our documentary film Ottomaticake showed at Doris Duke Theater /Honolulu Museum of Art. Here we edited a segments of the first Q&A. Thank you to everyone who came to see the film. On the stage Taylour Chang, Director of Programming at Doris Duke Theater, Otto (Otto Cake) protagonists of the film and Gemma Cubero del Barrio, filmmaker. For more information about this film visit talcualfilms.com

Honolulu Civil Beat’s Stewart Yerton Writes about Otto, Otto Cake and our film!

Thank you to Civibeat.org investigative writer / reporter Steward Yerton for writing about Otto, Otto Cake and the film and the larger connection to art and entrepreneurship that he makes in this beautiful piece.