DAY 2 OF THE LATINX HOUSE AT THE 2020 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
LA COLLAB SPOKE ABOUT LATINX ACCESS AND REPRESENTATION, AMERICA FERRERA LED FIRESIDE CHAT ABOUT NETFLIX’S “GENTEFIED,” TIME’S UP PANEL DISCUSSED INCLUSION IN FILM FESTIVALS, PLANNED PARENTHOOD’S RACHEL MORENO AND MISHEL PRADA OF STARZ “VIDA” SPOKE ABOUT CHALLENGING TABOOS AROUND SEXUAL HEALTH, THE CAST AND CREW OF “I CARRY YOU WITH ME” DISCUSSED IMMIGRATION STORIES IN FILM, “SIEMPRE, LUIS” CAST CELEBRATED THEIR FILM PREMIERE.
The Latinx House is an initiative – co-founded by Mónica Ramírez, Olga Segura, Alex Kondracke – aimed at creating gathering spaces to celebrate the best in Latinx culture and bring important societal issues to the forefront. It is also the first Latinx initiative to become an official Sundance Institute associate partner and is serving as the home for the Latinx community and their allies in the heart of downtown Park City from January 24 – 26, 2020.
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Photos by Revolve Impact /Aly Honore & Claudia Torres