Tucson Film and Music Festival
October 7 – home contact
 11, 2010
Tucson Arizona Music Scene

2011 Tucson Film & Music Festival HQ, Music + Music Video Schedule:

TFMF Headquarters: Café Passé, 415 N. 4th Ave (520) 624-4411 (www.cafepasse.com)
Music Venue: The Hut, 305 N. 4th Ave. (520) 623-3200 (www.thehuttucson.com)

Limited $50 TFMF All-Access Badges are on sale now at brownpapertickets.com (credit card/paypal) or at the festival HQ at Café Passé (cash only) during the festival hours below starting on Wednesday the 5th.


Festival Headquarters:             Café Passé, 415 N. 4th Ave.

Tuesday 4th
Wednesday 5th
Thursday 6th
Friday 7th
Saturday 8th
Sunday 9th
Monday 10th

5pm – 8pm
1pm – 7pm
1pm – 7pm
1pm – 7pm
11am – 7pm
11am – 7pm
5pm – 8pm


The HutSaturday, October 8th
The Hut, 305 N. 4th Ave. Tickets $5.

Fish Karma (Tucson)

Fish Karma
10:30pm Al Perry & Skip Heller (Tucson/LA) Fish Karma
9:30pm GHIANT (Los Angeles) Fish Karma
The HutSunday, October 9th
The Hut, 305 N. 4th Ave. Tickets $5.
11:30pm The Pork Torta (Tucson) Fish Karma
10:30pm TBA  
Sunday, October 9th
Century 20 El Con, 3601 E. Broadway Rd. Tickets $6 before 6pm.

Music Video-rama - 2:00pm
An eclectic mix of animation, short films, music videos and more!

"Backyard" by Copacabana Club
(North American Premiere)

"Billy Shannon" ft. Jonny Mahaffey
(Arizona Premiere)

"Black Keys" by Brianna Carpenter
(North American Premiere)

Boy In A Dress
(Southwest Premiere)
• Featuring Tucson's own Namoli Brennett.

Escape Of The Gingerbread Man!!!
(Arizona Premiere)

"Free the Toronto Nine" by Sylvan Street
(US Premiere)
• Tucson jazz band and directed by local filmmaker John Sears.

"Goliath" by Vansen Tiger
(Southwest Premiere)

"Ivan" by Leika Mochan
(Southwest Premiere)

"Just Another Thing" by The Grayces
(Southwest Premiere)

"Red Lake Shore" by Southeast Engine
(Southwest Premiere)
• TFMF 10 alumni filmmaker and band.

(Southwest Premiere)
• Featuring music from The Sadies.

"Shine From The Valley" by Mitzi Cowell
(World Premiere)
Tucson musician Mitzi Cowell enlisted a who’s who of local musicians (including lead singer Sabra Faulk) to record her song in response to the tragic Tucson shootings of January 8th 2011 involving Gabrielle Giffords.  A crew of University of Arizona Media Arts students collaborated with localdocumentary filmmaker and university professor Beverly Seckinger to make this special music video.

(Q&A with filmmakers/musicians)


© 2011 Tucson Film and Music Festival