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An intensive, fully funded, professional program for emerging Latino filmmakers living in the Los Angeles area. The program is created in collaboration with Hola Mexico Film Festival, the largest festival of Mexican cinema outside Mexico, and UNAM, National Autonomous University of Mexico, the largest and oldest academic institution in Latin America. // CLICK TO LEARN MORE

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Hola Mexico is the best opportunity to screen your film in Los Angeles in front of a mixed audience of avid fans of Mexican cinema and industry people. The festival takes place in Downtown LA which gives the opportunity for people from all over Los Angeles to attend the screenings and parties. // CLICK TO LEARN MORE
SPONSORSHIP

Trying to reach a cultured, educated Hispanic audience? Hola Mexico Film Festival reaches millions of people across the USA and Mexico trough its marketing campaign, media coverage and festival attendees. Contact us now to see how the Hola Mexico Film Festival can develop a tailored sponsorship opportunity to satisfy your marketing goals. // CLICK TO LEARN MORE 

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The Hola Mexico Film Festival distributed its first film in 2015. The film East Side Sushi was distributed in 40+ cinemas in United States and received great audience response. In February of 2017, You’re Killing Me Susana starring Gael Garcia Bernal was shown in many more theaters across the United States. We’re now looking for additional films to distribute in 2017 and bring more Mexican / Latino inspired films near you. // CLICK TO LEARN MORE

2017 Hola Mexico Film Festival Showcase

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JUST ANNOUNCED! Hola Mexico 2017 Film Lineup!

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Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today info session 2017

Description Come learn about our program Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today this coming January 24! Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today is an amazing program that brings 20 talented Latino filmmakers to learn about the Mexican and Hollywood film industries, combining them as no other program. Last year, some of the speakers included Rodrigo Prieto and Patricia Riggen. On January
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