It’s that time of year again! The newest and freshest in the independent film industry will gather in Park City, Utah for the Sundance Film Festival. While the past few years has found commercialization encroaching on what was once an event for film lovers, Sundance Institute has found itself pushing back on the Hollywood experience, with it’s “Focus on Films” campaign.
Directors and producers have experienced some serious insomnia trying to put the finishing touches on their films in time to submit them. Of the many films being screened this year, are a handful of Latinos hitting Sundance for the first time. Among them are Aurora Guerrero’s “Mosquita y Mari” and “Filly Brown” with Gina Rodriguez. Sundance veteran, Zoe Saldaña stars in “The Words” with Bradley Cooper.
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