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The Selection Best of the LFM 2019

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The Best Selection of the LFM 2019

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Latino Film Market and Stuart Cinema & Cafe Present:

Come join us to watch the Best Selection of the LFM 2019. Also, come to learn about theatrical distribution.

The 40% of the proceeds are going to the filmmakers.

The ticket include one glass of wine and a light snacks( per ticket) .

LFM Best Shorts-film Batch 1

Where's Lilli?!

Directed by: Michelle Martinez

Ethnicity: USA

After LIlli gets lost in New York City she cross paths with a doubtful clown, unbeknownst to Lilli she helps the clown find a little bit of confidence. Después de que LIlli se pierde en la ciudad de Nueva York, se cruza con un dudoso payaso, sin que Lilli lo sepa, ayuda al payaso a encontrar un poco de confianza.

Lies & Oblivion: Session's Vocal Unit

Directed by: Jezabel Montero

Ethnicity: Cuba - USA

Two sisters hash out their differences, over their dead father and jailbird mother, in a therapist's office. The only thing is, the malnourished therapist hasn't had a decent meal in over a month. What can go wrong?

The Lord of the Rain

Directed by: Juan Carlos Salas

Ethnicity: Mexico

A young student is forced to leave his university hall due to a difficult situation that crosses his family, these circumstances lead him to share a house in an old house of an ancient man. Debido a una difícil situación que atraviesa su familia, Manuel, un estudiante foráneo se ve obligado a dejar la residencia de su universidad y a rentar una humilde habitación en casa de un anciano. Al llegar las cosas parecen ir de mal en peor. Un día Manuel encuentra en la habitación un antiguo recorte de prensa que lo lleva por un camino extraordinario.

Tierra

Directed by: Ale Alviar

Ethnicity: Colombia

Eight year old Luisa is forcefully displaced from her rural life accompanied by her mother and older sister. Danger haunts them, altering their efforts to cope with their new life, all in the exuberance and cultural beauty of a tropical city in Colombia where violence feels inevitable. Luisa, una niña de 8 años es desplazada de su vida rural; acompañada por su madre y hermana mayor. El peligro las persigue, alterando sus esfuerzos para lidiar con su nueva vida. Todo en la exuberancia y belleza cultural de una ciudad tropical en Colombia, donde la violencia parece inevitable.

Sangre

Directed by: Victoria Batista 8:42

Through the lense of mixed media and original music, Sangre takes a look at the comforts of culture, the expectations of Latinx women in society, and the journey to finally love yourself for who you are.

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Theatrical Distribution Talk 7:30 PM

By Emelyn Stuart

CEO of Stuart Cinema & Cafe

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Don't Call Me a Spinster 8:00-10:00 PM

Directed by: Ani Alva Helfer

Ethnicity: Peru

Patricia believes she's ready to take the next step and marry her boyfriend Alonso. However, he doesn't think the same and to her surprise, he decides to end the relationship. Patty returns to the ranks of single women, trying to rebuild her life. Patricia, a punto de casarse, descubre que su pareja le ha sido infiel. Su madre le recuerda diariamente que está soltera.

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