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Reflecting the Latino Film Institute’s commitment to championing and providing spaces for Latinx talent—those born and/or raised in the United States with Latino heritage—the recently announced slate of feature films, shorts, and episodic content to screen at the 2019 Los Angeles…..

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LOS ANGELES, July 11, 2019– Academy Award®-nominated actor Edward James Olmos
today announced the music program that will be featured at the 2019 Los Angeles Latino
International Film Festival (LALIFF). Highlighting diverse and extraordinary Latinx artists ……

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LOS ANGELES, CA July 9, 2019 – Academy Award®-nominated actor Edward James Olmos today announced the program that will be featured at the 2019 Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) which runs Wednesday, July 31 through Sunday, August 4 at the TCL Chinese Theatres. As the largest Latinx film festival to be hosted in Los Angeles……

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Since its inception, the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) has thrived thanks to the support of countless individuals who believe in its mission as a bastion for Latino representation. LALIFF is an event powered by community, and as such the role of its volunteers carries immeasurable significance. In short, the festival wouldn’t function without them……

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Expanding its reach into the animation, VFX, and gaming industries, the Latino Film Institute (LFI) has partnered with LatinX in Animation (LXiA), an organization founded in 2018 by Magdiela Hermida Duhamel and Bryan Dimas with the goal of creating a network of Latinx professionals working in these fields…..

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Last year at LALIFF, Chris Carmona, a young Latinx filmmaker from the city of Bell, experienced a powerful moment of validation and fulfillment when his debut feature, “Bad Labor” premiered at the festival in front of an enthusiastic audience….

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With an expanded vision aimed at highlighting even more Latinx and Latin American talent than ever before in multiple artistic fields, 2018 marked the stellar return of the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF)—an indispensable platform for the appreciation, exhibition, and development…

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For the first time in its long history of championing emerging talent, LALIFF will include a new section focused on Latinx musical acts that are pushing boundaries and reinventing traditional genres with modern sensibilities. …

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Under attack by the anti-immigrant rhetoric that plagues the highest circles of power, young undocumented creators have embraced budget-less filmmaking to fight generalizations, ignorance, and the unrealistic standards they are held to because of their status…

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The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) is back, and its return aligns with the wave of change that has engulfed the entertainment industry in recent years. Increasingly present in every conversation about content creation, the demand for representation …

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After a brief hiatus, Los Angeles is getting its latino film festival back this June. LALIFF returns to the TCL Chinese Theatre June 20-24, announced by Latino icon Edward James Olmos and organized by Jane the Virgin writer Rafael Agustin.

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LALIFF, anteriormente conocido como el Festival Internacional de Cine Latino en Los Ángeles, regresa tras cinco años de ausencia con energías renovadas y la intención de convertirse en “la meca mundial del cine latino”.

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