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Thursday, Mar 3, 2011

Edward James Olmos at Cinequest

Edward James Olmos at Cinequest

Edward James Olmos premieres his film "America" at the Cinequest Film Festival on March 3, 2011.

Thursday, Apr 5, 2012
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By Mathew Luschek

Cinequest Red Carpet

On the Red Carpet of the 2011 Cinequest Film Festival, in San Jose, on March...View gallery

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Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011

Actress Kalista Zackharivas on Cinequest Film Debut

Actress Kalista Zackharivas on Cinequest Film Debut

The lead actress in the film "Snow" talks about the movie that follows a tsunami survivor.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011

Actor John Turturro Debuts Passione at Cinequest

Actor John Turturro Debuts Passione at Cinequest

The well known actor shows off his directing skills at the San Jose film festival.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011

Lights, Camera, Cinequest

Lights, Camera, Cinequest

San Jose film festival kicks off on heals of Oscars.

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2011

3-2-1 Cinequest

3-2-1 Cinequest

San Jose is rolling out the red carpet of Hollywood this week.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011

Save On Cinequest Red Carpet

Save On Cinequest Red Carpet

Great savings on a classic San Jose event.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011
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By Sajid Farooq

Curtain Lifts on Last Year's Glitziest Night in San Jose

San Jose rolled out the red carpet in 2010 to celebrate 20 years of CinequestView gallery

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Sunday, Feb 21, 2010

Cinequest Marks 20 Years

Cinequest Marks 20 Years

Film buffs take over San Jose for Cinequest Film Festival.

Thursday, Feb 25, 2010

Silicon Valley "Revolutionaries" Honored at Cinequest

Silicon Valley "Revolutionaries" Honored at Cinequest

New documentary spotlights the Silicon Valley pioneers.

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