Children of Giant – Interview with Filmmaker Hector Galan

Based on the controversial Edna Ferber novel of the same name, the film, Giant did not shy from strong social-issue themes experienced throughout post-WWII America.  Award-winning documentary filmmaker, Hector Galan weaves clips from the feature film with the voices of the Mexican American and Anglo townspeople, cast and crew who experienced this unique conjunction of art and life in the summer of 1955.  From GalanInc.com.

Click through for my in-depth chat with Hector Galan.

Prolific filmmaker and activist Hector Galan spoke to us at a special screening of Children of Giant at the Latino Cultural Center of Dallas. 

Interview with Hector Galan:

Hector Galan

 

 

 

 

Stay updated with the film via the Children of Giant Facebook Page.

This Sunday November 8th the film will screen at the 9th Annual Lone Star Film Festival from 1:15 to 3:15pm.

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