Hollywood, FL – The 2nd Annual Hollywood Florida Film Festival (HFFF) will present an exciting evening of films, storytelling, and networking infused with Latin flavor showcasing the work of Latinariffic, a transformational entertainment movement to empower the 26 million bi-cultural Latinas in the U.S. The evening will include 10 short films created by renowned filmmaker Yovanka Sanchez for Latinarrific; an insightful storytelling and Q&A session to discuss matters relevant to the Latina community; and lively networking with delicious tapas and drinks. The Latinarrific Night will be on Saturday, February 11th starting at 6:30 p.m. at BaryTono Café, 2020 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, FL. Tickets to Latinarrific Night are $20 and can be purchased via Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.com/e/festival-day4-screening-sat-feb11-2017-barytono-block5-latinarrific20-tickets-31419363161.
Mary Mathis, founder of Latinarrific and resident of Hollywood, FL, is extremely honored about this new partnership with the HFFF. “Latinarrific was largely created on engaging films and visuals that represent the numerous aspects that are important to the professional and empowered Latina. It is perfect to participate in the Hollywood Florida Film Festival – and help Minh Collins and Simona Loredana Muresan bring this very vital segment of our South Florida community to the Festival.”
Mexican born Yovanka Sanchez, producer of the Latinarrific short films; Colombian Irma Martinez, fashion stylist to celebrities like Shakira, Gloria Estefan, and Ricky Martin; and Cuban-New Yorker (now Hollywood resident and Master Pilates Instructor) Noevia Lopez, former prima ballerina in the American Ballet Theater will all be part of the Q&A panel after the screenings.
For tickets to this magical evening with Latinarrific go to Eventbrite — or, if still available, tickets may be purchased at the door.
Latinarrific is an inspirational and transformational entertainment platform created to capture the hearts and minds of the more than 26 million Latinas in the United States, and those who honor and support them. Latinarrific aims to engage bi-cultural Latinas and generate awareness of upcoming and influential Latina content creators, whose principal medium is video.
The Latinarrific sisterhood online platform (#IAmLatinarrific) and offline movement will enable individual Latinas, within this expanding population, to share content created in five different areas: Mindset, Wellness, Cooking, Life Choices and Family. Latinarrific has debuted several short films and stories that are centered in Latina voices and experiences under the direction of Latinarrific’s Creative Director of Content, Yovanka Sanchez, a media and entertainment veteran. It will be the first storytelling platform directed to U.S. Latinas where they will be the heroines. The platform and the movement can be joined by signing up at www.Latinarrific.com.
About the 2nd Annual Hollywood Florida Film Festival
Los Angeles filmmaker, Minh Collins and Simona Loredana Muresan are orchestrating 5 full days of amazing films, selected from over 120 submissions from over 40 countries, live performances, many beautiful venues in Downtown Hollywood, and an array of international distinguished guests. The world is casting a good glance at Hollywood, Florida as an emerging stage for cinema, and where the Hollywood Florida Film Festival is the anchor. The Hollywood Florida Film Festival will be taking place February 8th-12th, 2017. For more information about the Hollywood Florida Film Festival, you can visit its website at www.hollywoodfloridafilmfestival.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (310) 650-1753.