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2nd Annual Panamanian International Film Festival in Los Angeles

Don't miss out on this festival designed to cast a spotlight on emerging film artists in Panama and the Americas

By LatinoLA Contributor
Published on LatinoLA: October 20, 2016


2nd Annual Panamanian International Film Festival in Los Angeles


The Panamanian International Film Festival/LA (PIFF/LA) returns on November 5th and 6th to Downtown Los Angeles. In its second year, the Festival has expanded to 11 films by International & U.S. Latino Filmmakers. The Festival will also feature industry panels, Q&A's with filmmakers, and networking opportunities.

Don't miss out on a total of 7 US Premieres including features, documentaries, short films and industry panels! Joins us for two days of exciting films, panels and networking designed to bridge Panama's cinematic culture with Los Angeles audiences. Buy an All-Festival Pass (open bar included) or choose from a selection of programs:

DAY ONE: November 5th

11:00am PT | Short Film Program #1

Istmo Table (Directed by Andy Marshall) | Panama | 10 Min.
A Melody for Ella (Directed by Mariana Pulgar) | Panama | 14 Min.
Drew & Esteban (Directed by Paul Laverack) | USA | 14 Min.
Red Vinyl (Directed by Armando Millan) | Panama | 15 Min.

2:30pm PT | Documentary Feature Program

A Time to Love (Directed by Guido Bilbao) | Panama | 1Hr 10 Min.

4:00pm PT | Short Film Program #2

Keep Your Head Up (Directed by Paul Morey) | USA | 8 Min.
Padre (Directed by Ariel Araúz) | Panama | 17 Min.
Amor Vale (Directed by Annette Reid) | USA | 8 Min.
Zachrisson (Directed by Abner Benaím) | Panama | 28 Min.

6:00pm PT | Feature Film Program #1

El Cheque (Directed by Arturo Montenegro) | Panama | 1Hr 40 Min.

9:00pm PT | Feature Film Program #2

Medusa (Directed by Jorge Ameer) | Panama | 1Hr 44 Min.

[b]DAY TWO: November 6th

1:00pm PT | Short Film Remix Program

Istmo Table (Directed by Andy Marshall) | Panama | 10 Min.
Padre (Directed by Ariel Araúz) | Panama | 17 Min.
Zachrisson (Directed by Abner Benaím) | Panama | 28 Min.

2:30pm PT | Panama Film Commission Panel

Learn from the pros about the benefits of Panamanian co-productions and in-country on location filming | 60 Min.

4:00pm PT | National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) Panel

NALIP's mission is to promote, advance and advocate for Latino content creators across media. In this panel, members of NALIP will share insights on topics ranging from co-production to pitching to navigating the US market. | 60 Min.

5:30pm PT | Screenwriting Panel

Some of today's most exciting voices in entertainment share insider tips on how to move your script forward | 60 Min.

7:00pm PT | Feature Film Program #3

Kenke (Directed by Enrique Pérez-Him) | Panama | 1Hr 30 Min.
Q&A | 20 Min.

PIFF/LA will take place at two Downtown Los Angeles locations: South Park Center, 139 S. Hill St. ($5 parking available at 1133 S. Olive St.), on Saturday, November 5th and Regal LA LIVE Stadium, 1000 W. Olympic Blvd., on Sunday November 6th.

Buy tickets here: www.piffla2016.eventbrite.com

For more info, visit: www.panamainternationalfilmfestival.us

Follow us on social media: @pifflosangeles

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