Gay Latino LA (2012) – Now 2 Movies: Coming of Age and A Portrait of the City, Uncut

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The documentary titled Gay Latino Los Angeles has become a two part DVD/Movie series. The first part is complete/”in the can” and has been submitted to film festivals and will premiere at select theaters this summer. There was no other way around this. I stressed and worried thinking how am I going to do this? How will I execute this before leaving to graduate school to Santa Cruz in the Fall.

You of course, will be invited, the the promised grand premiere in the downtown LA are (location to be announced).

Furthermore, the movie has big plans! We are looking to break a distribution deal with YouTube so that the film’s vision of creating a community around the movie is met. I will tell you more about this next week. Stay tuned for more e-mails from me.

This announcement explains that the documentary titled Gay Latino Los Angeles has become a two part DVD/Movie series. The first part is complete/”in the can” and has been submitted to film festivals and will premiere at select theaters this summer. There was no other way around this. I stressed and worried thinking how am I going to do this? How will I execute this before leaving to graduate school to Santa Cruz in the Fall.
You of course, will be invited, the the promised grand premiere in the downtown LA are (location to be announced).
Furthermore, the movie has big plans! We are looking to break a distribution deal with YouTube so that the film’s vision of creating a community around the movie is met. I will tell you more about this next week. Stay tuned for more e-mails from me.

GAY LATINO LOS ANGELES (2012)

  • Part One: Coming Of Age (July 2012)
  • Part Two: A Portrait of the City, Uncut (Fall 2012)

Part One: GLLA Coming Of Age – is a docu-drama journey into adulthood of three young men and their search for identity while dealing with issues of family, machismo, religion, culture, and life in LA. An immigrant hipster from Mexico, a Berkley graduate and Salvadoran activist and a Mexican American from South Central LA who wants to get away from the gang life share their journeys with us.
Part Two: A Portrait, Uncut – is a topic based short doc of varité footage of the gay Latino community in Los Angeles as rich and full of life, culture, and history. An array of untold and unearthed stories are conveyed from voices of key players that have shaped the landscape of the city. Through a historic lens, they reveal the role that family, relationships, social oppression, morality and machismo play in forming their identity.

 

jonathan

Jonathan Menendez is a digital media entrepeneur/producer that focuses his work on the empowerment of marginalized communities through emergent media, specifically trans-queer people of color. His projects include the production of a documentary on gay Latino culture in L.A., the founding and creative development of xQsi Magazine and Qulture. He founded the Latin@ Queer Arts and Film Festival that is a collaboration with the LA LGBT Center. He has shared his work as a panelist at The Queer Media Conference, The People of Color Film Festival: FUSION and the the Queer Students of Color Conferences. He has worked as a consultant for AIDS Project Los Angeles/UCSF under the department of research with George Ayala to ensure a diverse sample of Latino recruits for a study. He just completed his graduate degree with an emphasis on Digital Art and New Media from the University of California Santa Cruz where he also served as a teaching assistant for two years.

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