As part of Nowadays Orange’s push for new media pioneering, Co-Executive Manager Elizabeth Ann Stewart will now also function as Vice-President of Direct-to-Consumer Media, spearheading the company’s efforts in web-based channels. She will oversee the production and distribution of content via YouTube, Instagram Live, Facebook Live, as well as the accompanying merchandising and brand partnerships afforded by the channels. Stewart aims to honor the vision […]
Panel about “Work-Life Balance”, part of Cumbre de Mujeres (Women’s Summit), hosted by the Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos (AEM) in Dallas, Texas.
Dallas International Film Festival Announces First Films For 2018 Festival
On May 16, 2017, Alex Garcia Topete served as a judge for this year’s edition of the Dallas 24-Hour Video Race. The event challenges teams of filmmakers to make a short movie with certain elements/requirements in the span of 24 hours. Alex proudly represented Nowadays Orange Productions as a firm supporter of burgeoning talent and all things film-related in the North Texas area. Congratulations to […]
It’s real! The full line-up of the Dallas International Film Festival 2017 has been announced! Read the details here.
The team of Nowadays Orange will once again be a part of the Dallas International Film Festival in its 2017 edition, ranging from Programming and film curation to Special Events coverage. For news and passes for DIFF 2017, click here.
The past July 14th and August 4th, The Mexico Institute of Dallas, TX, hosted private premieres of the first two episodes of the documentary series “Our Americas” made by Nowadays Orange in association with Atitlan Communications. The series explores the many ways North, Central and South America have been historically unified. The first film in this series, “Roads That Bind” speaks of the close historical […]
This past November 13 marked the opening day of the first Tampico International Film Festival in Tampico, Mexico–Alex Garcia Topete’s hometown. Nowadays Orange was present at the event was asked to be a featured speaker for the Short Films screening of the festival, congratulating the filmmakers and staff, and welcoming the public to the event. Here’s hoping this is just one edition of many to […]
The past September 22-25, the first Festival de Cine Latino Americano took place in Fort Worth, Texas–and Nowadays Orange was present. Alex Garcia Topete was the Director of Programming of the festival, taking charge of selecting the 40 films of the festival’s lineup, including features, documentaries, and outstanding shorts. Here’s hoping for 2017’s festival to be bigger and better!