Motion Pictures that Were Featured at the 2016 Festival

October 20 – 23, 2016

Monte Walsh (1970)

Cowboy Monte Walsh, played by Lee Marvin, deals with the realization that the west he has always known is changing, and the challenge of finding his place in it

Tom Horn (1980)

Steve McQueen plays Tom Horn, a cowboy and gunslinger who is accustomed to doing things his own way. Based on the writings of the real-life western figure Tom Horn.

The Frisco Kid (1979)

Cowpoke Tommy Lillard (Harrison Ford) and Rabbi Avram Belinsky (Gene Wilder) make their way through the west to San Francisco, with some hilarious action and adventures along the way

The Quick and the Dead (1995)

A female gunslinger returns to a western town to participate in a competition of gunfighters and seek revenge from the town’s boss, played by Gene Hackman

Another Man, Another Chance (1977)

French immigrant Jeanne (Geneviève Bujold) and veterinarian David Williams (James Caan) find love after tragedies in this western romance film

Flor de Mayo - Beyond All Limits (1959)

This classic Mexican-American movie made in Sonora and Sinaloa was filmed twice – first in Spanish and again in English

The 2016 Santa Cruz County International Film Festival was held from Thursday, October 20 to Sunday, October 23.

The festival featured a variety of activities and events, to include the screening of locally filmed motion pictures and independent films, tours to local film locations, social events, presentations and discussions.

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