LATINOS MADE IN USA
Latinos Made in USA is a two hours Northwest Coast Premiere selection of short films with lead Actors, Directors or Producers Latinx.
Directed by Ana Lydia Monaco
Drama, Women, Social Justice, Latinx
Cast: Marlene Luna, Sonia Diaz, Sean Dube, Jerry Marr, Faith Lavon, Jason Caceres, Olivia Sundeen, Christina Anaid
LOLA (Drama) - Blamed for her ailing health due to her size, a life-threatening medical emergency pushes a young woman to advocate for her life.
2. FERRYS WEEL
Directed by Kyle Andrews
Drama, Social Justice
Cast: Samuel Maria Gomez, Benicio Franqui
A homeless man named Ferris struggles to maintain his humanity, despite the crippling pressures of survival on the streets.
3. TINDER TANGO
Directed by Cecilia Robles
English, French, Italian, Spanish w/ English subtitles
Cast: Jordi Caballero
A dreamy Tinder match. Two tango aficionados meet for the first time and it turns out to be a hell of a date!
4. LOVING ANNA
Directed by Travis Orozco
Chinese, English w/ English subtitles
Cast: Oriana LineWeaver, James Evans, Sha'Air Hawkins
Alex buys a new augmented reality device that allows him to see, hear, and feel a lost love. It is so life like it leads to him ultimately picking a fake reality instead of real human connection.
5. BEAT LINGO
Directed by Jose Navas
Drama, Coming of Age
Cast: Corvonte Davis
Suffering from mutism has kept this reserved teenager quiet his entire life. After years
of homeschooling, he faces his biggest challenge yet - real school.
Suffering from mutism has kept this reserved teenager quiet his entire life. But Marcus holds a special gift that he's been hiding from the world.
6. NIGHT SHIFT
Directed by Sergio Vizuete
Thriller, Horror, Psychological
Cast: Camila Rodriguez, Manuel Gaston
At the end you discover where is the "enemy".
7. LETTER OF WRECK
Directed by Gustavo Guardado, Jr.
Cast: Miguel Angel Caballero, Dian Cruz
An undocumented high school senior, Elena, gives tips on how to get her professionally frustrated History teacher to write her a much needed letter of recommendation for college. Her teacher, Paco, in turn gives tips on how to avoid student requests so he can focus on being a lazy teacher. It's a story which juxtaposes two generations of Latinos struggling in completely different ways, and comedically shows our current challenges in the world of education.
* Seattle Latino Film Festival will strictly fellow federal, state and local Covid-19 protocols. Hand sanitizers and mask will be provided on site. Attendees regardless of vaccine status should plan on wearing masks for the movie theater screenings where social distance is not possible.
*Parking available on the street or at the Walgreens's parking crossing the Rainier Ave.
The Beacon Cinema (View)
4405 Rainier Ave S.
Seattle, WA 98118
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|