a diorama of an art exhibition

in a cabin, under the pepper tree, down by the sea


An Evening with Filmmaker Fabian Euresti.. Thursday, March 28th 8pm

On Thursday, March 28th at 8pm..
Filmmaker Fabian Euresti
will be screening his documentary
~ Everybody's Nuts ~
Gallery opens at 7:30pm
Film starts at 8pm!

A little About Fabian :
I am a writer/director based in Los Angeles.
The son of immigrant Mexican farm laborers, I was born
and raised in the San Joaquin Valley. My work is informed by my
formative years in rural California. This incredible fecund
valley that lies between San Francisco and  Los Angeles
seems to be all but forgotten. The stories I am compelled to
tell should be heard too. Ultimately, my stories begin their
journey at the intersection of landscape and history.

Fabian Vasquez Euresti was born in Bakersfield and raised 
nearby in McFarland. He holds a B.A. in English Literature
 from California State University, Bakersfield, and a M.F.A. 
in Film Directing from California Institute of the Arts.

His works has been screened at nearly twenty-five 
film festivals worldwide. Not content with writing and 
directing, he dabbles in curating film screenings at Concord
 in northeast Los Angeles. Recently, he helped program short 
and feature documentaries for Slamdance Film Festival. 
Fabian is editing several non-fiction short films and has a 
feature-length script in development.

Filmography :
Dos, Por Favor (Two, Please) 2010
and Everybody's Nuts 2010

*bring a beach chair or a pillow if you'd like
*free parking out front
10.00 suggested donation
*refreshment bar

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