Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Salinas Project

About one hour south of the wealthy Silicon Valley, sits the agricultural town of Salinas, the epicenter of the 1960s farmworker movement. On the east side of Salinas, in a neighborhood known as Alisal, deplorable housing conditions and gang violence … Continue reading

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La Lucha de Ana

A flower-seller named Ana must fight to obtain justice for the murder of her only son who was “accidentally” assassinated by the son of a diplomat. Living in a poor neighborhood of Santo Domingo, Ana faces police corruption and threats … Continue reading

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Mosquita y Mari

Set in a predominately Mexican, immigrant neighborhood in Los Angeles, Mosquita y Mari tells the story of two 15-year-old Chicanas growing up. As a sheltered, only-child to her older, immigrant parents, Yolanda’s sole concern is securing her college-bound future. In … Continue reading

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Latino Film Festival 2014

Numbering more than 53 million, U.S. Latinos are transforming communities in which they settle, work, and raise families. While their national backgrounds and personal histories vary widely, their lives are deeply interconnected by attachments that span the Americas. Latino lives … Continue reading

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