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Hola Mexico Film Festival presented by Toyota… 7th annual edition of Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today

Includes emerging, U.S.-based filmmakers with an array of Latin American roots for an immersive, 10-day program to greatly help increase Latino representation in the film & television industries

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LASept. 6, 2022PRLog — This season marks the 7th edition of the prestigious and competitive career development program centered on inclusion, Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today (TFT).

For days gone by seven years, Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today (TFT), also a non-profit organization, has selected 20 talented Latin emerging filmmakers (21-35 yrs old) from CA, FL, NY, TX, and Latin America, to be immersed within an intensive 10-day intensive program.

The knowledge is made to forge creative relationships on the list of participants also to serve as a bridge between their work and professionals in decision-making positions.. Within the program, the 20 filmmakers screen their short films within the Hola Mexico Film Festival. Throughout their time at TFT, they’ll be in a position to expand their professional network by meeting key executives, directors, talent, and leading figures in the tv screen and filmmaking industries of Mexico, Latin America and the U.S.

TFT alumni, now several 100 individuals, continue growing as a solid collective by collaborating on projects and advancing their careers successfully, together. Every year they remain engaged with TFT by attending the festival along with other alumni events. This season the TFT alumni Centerpiece screening will highlight the task of presents Selina Ringel (TFT ’18) and Jimena Muhlia (TFT ’18) on Wednesday, October 5th, 2022 at Regal L.A. Live.

Ringel will show her latest feature film, SINGLE MOTHER BY CHOICE, which she wrote, produced and stars in, and debuted on HBOMax in 2021; while Muhlia’s recent short film LILY will open the festivities.

Through the years, TFT has enjoyed the support and presence of: Warner Media’s 150, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), NewFilmmakers LA, the Sundance Institute, Hillman Grad Ventures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Universal Pictures and also multiple programs targeted at talent development and a better job.

“With every passing year our commitment to TFT’s mission of inclusion and communal advancement is strengthened by the recurrent support of the entertainment community, but moreover because we’ve witnessed the evolution and artistic growth of several of our alumni following program,” said Diana Luna, director of Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today. “This season we have run into an incredible band of storytellers from in the united states who represent an array of experiences within the diverse and complex Latine identity. We have been excited to talk about their use the Hola Mexico audience.”


Tomorrows Filmmakers Today (TFT) participants:

Juliana Betancourth ” Marble Worms” – Colombian

Jeanette Dilone “Hoar” -Latina/Black/Dominican-American

Thais Drassinower “Baby”- Latina/White/Peruvian

Eric Ibarra “Glafira”–Latino/Chicano

Daniel Larios “Superestar”- Latino/Salvadoran

Fernando Lopez “Novena” -Mexican-American

Gerardo Maravilla “Cross” – Mexican-American

Julian Morales “The Fallen” -Latino/Puerto Rican/Guatemalan

Gabriella Moses “Sin Raices”- Afro-Latina/Dominican, South Asian/Guyanese

Stephanie Osuna-Hernandez “Calabaza”- Mexican-American

Daniel Pradilla De Bedout ” Let’s Pretend”- Latino /White/Mexican

Jorge Ramos “Dennis Likes Olivia” – Latino

Jan Fernando Rischbieth Crdoba “Fleck”- Latino/Honduran

Wesley Rodriguez “Palante”- Hispanic/White/ USA

Mariana Serrano “Un Pequeno Corte


Diego Toussaint “Onn” – Mexican

Ann Valds “Arror “Cuban

Victor Velasco “Spoon”- Latino

Fiorella Vescovi Garcia “Mal de Amores”- Hispanic/Uruguayan

Evelyn Martinez “Calabaza” Mexican- American

The Director of Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today is Diana Luna, originally from Mexico City. Luna has a lot more than 16 years of experience in developing and managing academic and non-academic programs that combine the concepts of entrepreneurship, community, arts, and culture at advanced schooling institutions such as for example Claremont Graduate University, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, and Loyola Marymount University. Her focus would be to provide accessible learning opportunities and professional advancement to the creative industry. The program brings her two strongest passions together: providing programs which have a specialist impact and helping Latino filmmakers develop a community having an entrepreneurial spirit.

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