NewFilmmakers LA Film Festival and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences present INFOCUS: LATINX & HISPANIC CINEMA


Join NewFilmmakers Los Angeles and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for a virtual edition of the annual InFocus: Latinx & Hispanic Cinema festival. The lineup includes three short film programs and a presentation of the feature documentary A La Calle, which was recently acquired by WarnerMedia 150 and will be released on HBO Max in September 2021. The festival is co-presented by Mount Saint Mary’s University Film, program and photography and includes screenings, question-and-answer sessions for filmmakers and industry panels.

The program offers the unique opportunity to discover outstanding independent films of emerging talent, with filmmakers and stories from the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Argentina, El Salvador, Colombia, from Peru, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Spain and Cuba. diaspora. The festival will kick off with four panels starting in the afternoon of Friday, September 17, including conversations with Gloria Calderón Kellett, showrunner of the sitcom One Day at a Time, as well as Cristina Garza, senior vice president of development. and production at Endeavor. Content.

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