Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival Announces 2022 Full Lineup

Academy Award®-nominated actor Edward James Olmos, founder of the Latino Film Institute, announced the full lineup for this year’s Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) that will take place June 1 – 5 at the iconic TCL Chinese Theatre and TCL Chinese 6 in Hollywood, CA. This year’s edition will open with Disney Original Documentary’s Mija directed by Isabel Castro and close with Warner Bros. Pictures’ and HBO Max’s Father of the Bride directed by Gaz Alazraki. The full lineup includes feature films, short films, episodics, animation, master classes and musical performances.

“LALIFF Is proud to present a diverse line-up of Latino storytellers,” said Edward James Olmos, co-founder of LALIFF. “The festival has seen tremendous growth, with support from both the film industry and our audience, allowing us to showcase and nurture important voices that the world needs to hear.”

The festival program is comprised of 17 feature films from the US, Latin America and Canada. Every film and episodic will have an in-person screening, and a selection will be available online, on demand, from 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM on Sunday, June 5th.

For the LALIFF full programming slate and schedule please visit www.laliff.org.

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