Say You Will

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Showing In

Identifying Features (Sin señas particulares)
Home Viewing Fri, Oct 16

Magdalena’s son, Jesús, left Guanajuato with a friend to cross the border into the United States, and then vanished. Thus, she begins a perilous trek through Mexico, into the worst areas plagued by violence and despair.

Ticket Prices
General Public:$10.00
Members:$5.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:Cine Latino
Women in Film
Tags:Social Justice
Documentary
Women Directors
Release Year:2019
Runtime:3 min
Country/Region:USA
Festivals & Awards:Los Angeles Indie Short Fest. - Best Documentary Short
Language:English
Spanish
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/415063485
Cast/Crew
Director:Mariel Sosa
Executive Producer:Marily Cueva
Producer:Mariel Sosa
Cinematographer:Andres Solorzano
Editor:Mauricio Salazar
Composer:Gabriel Torrado
Principal Cast:Maria Carrasco. Jonny Salgado
Jeo Salgado
Sean Garcia-Leys
Guillermo Saldana

Description

Screening before the feature film Identifyng Features.

Following his release from the juvenile hall at fourteen, Jeovany “Jeo” Salgado finds out he is subject to a gang injunction – a secretive law enforcement tool that will follow him for the rest of his life. Fast forward to fourteen years later, his mother and youngest brother unveil Jeo’s chronicle and how their three lives were shaped by the enduring abuse of the criminal justice system in the United States.

Director Biography

Mariel Sosa is a Peruvian Director and Photographer. She completed a Bachelor degree in Film Production and Art History at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. Her experience as a woman in the industry has allowed her to dig deeper into portraying stories that encircle marginalized and underrepresented communities. Say You Will (2020) is her latest short film.


In this year when we cannot gather in person, and when you, our valued audience, cannot come to Cine Latino, Cine Latino will come to you - as CINE LATINO AT HOME / EN CASA! Cine Latino, the region’s only showcase of Latin American and Ibero cinema, features a rich tapestry of narrative and documentary films from across the globe from some of the world’s most acclaimed and up-and-coming Spanish- and Portuguese-language filmmakers.