DEMYTHIFYING LOS ANGELES CONTINUES WITH Mosquita y Mari
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12 at 5 PM
IN-PERSON OUTDOORS WITH THE EPFC FILMMOBILE IN HUNTINGTON PARK!
Location: Salt Lake Park, 13401 E Florence Ave., Huntington Park, 90255
Look for the big blue bus! Please bring a mask, a chair or blanket to sit on and warm clothes.
Join us for the third screening of the 2021 Filmmobile Screening Series: Aurora Guerrero’s Mosquita y Mari (2012). This year’s series, programmed by Nicole Ucedo on the theme of DEMYTHIFYING LOS ANGELES, features Latinx directors making work in and about Los Angeles. Free event! Everyone welcome!
5:30 PM: Introductions and Bingo
6:00 PM: Film screening followed by Q&A with director Aurora Guerrero and members of the cast.
Aurora Guerrero was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is a queer, Indigenous-identified Chicana. Guerrero wrote and directed “Mosquita Y Mari”; her debut narrative feature film premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. In 2017, Guerrero directed her first episode of television on Ava DuVernay’s critically acclaimed drama, “Queen Sugar.” Since then, she has directed “Greenleaf”,”The Red Line,” “Little America,” “13 Reasons Why”, and DuVernay’s latest, “Cherish The Day.” (IMDB)
Special support provided by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.