This Festival isn’t Letting Coronavirus Stop It From Showcasing Latino Films

Dorany Pineda, Staff Writer

LA Times

Apr 14, 2021

At least one Los Angeles film festival isn’t letting a global pandemic prevent it from showcasing the work of Latino artists. Instead, it’s going virtual. On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival announced LALIFF Connect. The free, online festival will allow quarantined viewers to stream feature films, shorts, episodics, masterclasses and live music on LALIFF’s website.

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