Author Archives: mantecatron
Graphic designer wins in Southside category at film competition By Kiko Martinez Robert B. Gonzales doesn’t think of himself as a filmmaker. As a self-taught graphic designer living on the South Side, he’s used to creating inventive logos and marketing materials … Continue reading
This past weekend my animated short Ernie Takes the Long Way through the Southside won the Southside category for the San Antonio Neighborhood Film Contest. Thanks to Sarah Fisch whose work was invaluable to get to this point, to Michael Pena, whose acting … Continue reading
I’ll just stick with “Visual Artist.” That seems to have worked up until now… I have been selected to be part of 2012 Luminaria. I’ll be doing an animation that I think of as a motion collage. It will be … Continue reading
It’s been a very busy year, especially towards the end. This fall I was asked to participate in Guadalupe Cultural Art Center‘s By Permit Only Show. I played with the form of the Mexican oilcloth and subverted to create this … Continue reading
A very interesting experience. The crowd was mostly-earnest writers and the focus of every panel dealt with writing somehow. I saw successful, thoughtful writers speak in a number of different panels. Saw Elvis Mitchell interview Mr. Pixar. Mike Judge introduce … Continue reading
About two shows this past summer.
Not about promotion anymore, just about having fun. Me complaining, as per usual: Sarah Fisch scripted this one: