THEY CALL US SEDICIOSOS
Historical Drama | Short Film
Feature in development
An ignored chapter in U.S. history: In 1915, Jovita, a reporter, writer, and activist for women and Mexican-American civil rights, interviews a mother whose son has gone missing while at the hands of racist Rangers and vigilantes who have been targeting the Texas-Mexican community in the Lower Rio Grande Valley during a time known as “La Matanza” (The Massacre).
Blanca Araceli (Disney/Pixar: Coco),
Carolina Vargas, and Rafael Cobos Delgado
Official Latino Film
and Arts Festival
BEST FILM SCREENPLAY
Film & TV Festival
Awareness Film Fest
SIN FRONTERA (Without Boundary)
Drama | Suspense
An estranged couple struggles to battle both a decaying relationship and a broken U.S. immigration system after a deportation tears them apart. While Gabriel is stuck across the border, and Monica investigates how to get him back, they both remember how they fell in love and make a vow to rekindle their romance in order to prevail and reunite through an unconventional method.
Love will transcend any boundary.
Eduardo Enrikez, Brenda Romero,
and Rafael Cobos Delgado
Screening and Q&A
LA Shorts Film Festival
Comedy | Web Series
Issue #1: Manny created a comic book about his personal life, he also made a video blog. Manny is also Mexican-American, therefore, he made the main character in the comic white, so he can sell the idea to Hollywood! In this issue, Manny battles his arch-nemesis forgetfulness when his girlfriend’s anniversary plans conflict with the big Comic Convention. Drama and comedy ensue!
Xavi Moreno, Rafael Cobos Delgado,
and Eric Lloyd
L.A. Comic Con
Screening & Panel
GeekFest Year 8
Officially No Latino
Overused Cliches or
EL CAMALEÓN (The Chameleon)
Drama | 16m
Chapman University, Dodge College of Film:
Scarred by his tragic past, Jaime (JeanPaul San Pedro) must decide whether to continue his newfound lifestyle or abandon his pregnant wife (APRIL SEBA), reverting to his violent ways when someone from the recesses of his childhood returns.
JeanPaul San Pedro, April Seba, and Louie Olivos Jr.
48th WorldFest Houston
Orlando Film Festival