The call for entries is now open. Would you like us to consider your film? Submit! Shorts, features, docs or fiction films- all welcome. http://bit.ly/CMSFLFF7 Free until March 20th. Low fee otherwise. For more information, call or email us at <<programming ( a t ) SF Latino FilmFestival.com >>
Our programming team has been screening, discussing, arguing and carefully deciding on the final few films that will makeup the official selection for our film festival, which kicks off September 15th.
If you’ve submitted a film, hold tight. You will be notified if your film has been selected. We received an amazing crop of film to choose from and we’re very excited about reporting our selections soon.
The development team has been ironing out community partnerships and will also be reporting those and exciting new additions to the festival’s dynamic.
June 14 – 7PM- BollyHood Cafe
Join us for an encore screening of “UNDERTOW” on June 14 at BollyHood Cafe in the Mission.
Doors open at 7PM. Film at 8PM. Meet up with other film lovers and join us for a drink. Cash bar. Co-presented with JCE Cinema. Click on the Brown Paper Tickets below to buy tickets.
Films made by, about or with Latinos from the U.S. and abroad are encouraged to enter.
To qualify films must be made between 2008 and now. Short and feature films are welcome to enter and the deadline to submit is June 3, 2011.
Click here for the PDF entry form. If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re excited to see it along with a slew of new Spanish language films this weekend. Tweet us if you’re out there @sflatinofilm.
Here’s a trailer of Somos Lo Que Hay.
Directed by Jorge Michel Grau.
Have you seen this riches to rags story on the big screen? You probably heard the buzz online. ‘From Prada to Nada’ tops the indie box office charts, making $1,115,638 over opening weekend. Not bad for an independent Latino film, right?
While some protest it for enforcing cultural stereotypes, I say watch it. It’s a family film, written by veteran screenwriter Fina Torres and Luis Alfaro, directed by Angel Garcia. Get over the prejudgments, have a laugh and see what some Latinos are doing in film today. The movie stars Alexa Vega, Camilla Belle and Luis Rosales.
Click here for showtimes.
written by @vc29