Best Latino Short Films at the LA Shorts Fest 2010

21/07/2010 at 2:30 pm Leave a comment

Tomorrow will take place the 2010 edition of the LA Shorts Fest in Los Angeles. One of the major showcase scenarios for upcoming talent.

Here at Latin America Film we have selected all the Latino talent for you to take a sneak preview and if you want to see the shorts don’t miss this year edition.

We will be there to update you with all the latest news.

El Tio Facundo
Foreign / Cuban/Mexican / 29 min.
Something happened during the summer of 1952 that shattered my hopes of ever having a normal life; my uncle Facundo showed up. We started having a ball and he made our lives fun again but the town became a disaster. How do we get rid of him?
Director: Alejandro Cachoua
Producer: Asori Soto, Alejandro Cachoua
Writer: Alejandro Cachoua

El Armadillo Fronterizo / The Border Armadillo
Action/Adventure / Mexico / 7 min.
An adventurous armadillo conquers the dangerous border crossing to feed his growing new family back home.
Director: Miguel Anaya
Producer: Carolina Pavia
Writer: Miguel Anaya

Drama / Spain / 9 min.
Fatum is the boundless force of opposition against free will…He himself is but the toy of his fears.
Director: Pablo Millan
Producer: Pablo Millan
Writer: Pablo Millan

My Name is Maria
Animation / Spain / 4 min.
Maria is six years old and she is working on her first school composition.
Director: Elio Quiroga-Rodriguez
Producer: Elio Quiroga-Rodriguez, Miguel Martinez
Writer: Elio Quiroga-Rodriguez

Notes On The Other
Documentary / Spain / 13 min.
Each summer, a crowd of Ernest Hemingway doubles meet in Key West, Florida, to choose the authentic Hemingway after Hemingway’s death.
Director: Sergio Oskman
Producer: Sergio Oskman
Writer: Sergio Oskman

Drama / Spain / 12 min.
We all have secrets. We all have family. We all search for happiness. What if we share our secrets and search together for happiness?
Director: David Moreno
Producer: Raquel Pedreira
Writer: David Moreno


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