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Eva Longoria: WIF Norma Zarky Humanitarian Award

“I found that the people who know how to break the chains of oppression are usually the people who know how those chains operated. If you listen to them, they will tell you how to fix it.” ~Eva Longoria Recipient of Norma Zarky Humanitarian Award Women In Film (WIF) Crystal & Lucy Awards 2014

DETAINED IN THE DESERT World Premiere at LALIFF

2012 Seed Grant Recipient DETAINED IN THE DESERT makes its World Premiere on Friday, October 11, 2013 at 5pm at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival. Congratulations to filmmakers Executive Producer/Writer Josefina Lopez and Writer/Director Iliana Sosa. Buy your tickets TODAY and check out our Facebook page and Twitter where we will be giving… Continue Reading

Hollywood Gets ‘Instructions’ From Latino Audiences

excerpt from “Hollywood Gets Instructions from Latino Audiences” (Variety) But why has this film clicked with the large Hispanic audience base where many others have not? Much of it is due to director and star Eugenio Derbez, a Mexican TV telenovela and variety show star who also voices the donkey in “Shrek” in Mexico and starred in… Continue Reading

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ANNOUNCING: 2012 Seed Grant Winners

The Latino Film Fund’s call for submissions to the 2012 LFF Seed Grant Program welcomed a wide array of unique movie projects, including both feature-length and short, narrative and documentary projects. The LFF considered applications from the United States, England, Portugal, Brazil and Argentina. All applications were closely considered on the criteria of Story, Creative… Continue Reading

LFF on HuffPost: ‘Casa de mi Padre’ Unravels Satire

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