The 2019 Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival will close with the world premiere of The Devil Has A Name directed by co-founder of the festival, actor Edward James Olmos.
Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival
WHERE: Los Angeles, Ca
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) is the premier international event dedicated to reveling in the Latino human experience through film, television, music, visual art, or any form of expression that defies category. With five days of both in-person and virtual screenings, masterclasses, panels, and performances, LALIFF is a garden of creativity and a celebration of Latino life. LALIFF was founded in 1997 when Edward James Olmos and co-founders Marlene Dermer (1997-2014), Kirk Whisler, and the late George Hernandez joined forces with the City of Los Angeles to form the first-ever Latino focused international film festival.
Actor Edward James Olmos unveiled the 2019 Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival program, which opens with Cristina Ibarra and Alex Rivera’s The Infiltrators.
The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) co-founded by Oscar nominated & Golden Globe and Emmy winner actor, director, and activist Edward James Olmos, returns for its 16th year from Thursday, October 10 through Monday, October 14, 2013 at the Chinese 6 Cinemas at the Hollywood & Highland complex in Los Angeles, California.