Media Arts Center San Diego’s 26th San Diego Latino Film Festival presents…
Youth Visions Film Showcase!
Media Arts Center San Diego presents its annual Youth Visions showcase, a collection of short films from teen filmmakers, representing a burgeoning population of youth who are finding creative expression and empowerment in telling stories through visual media.
Date: March 23, 2019, 2PM
Location: AMC Fashion Valley.
Before You Type
(Teen Producers Project: High Tech High, Chula Vista, CA, USA, 1 min)
This public service announcement illustrates the detrimental effects of cyberbullying.
Beyond the Boat
(Teen Producers Project, San Diego, CA, USA, 3 min)
Black Sheep: Thee Inglorious Blacktree Barberia
Dir. Amar Wiley
(Second Chance Emerging Makers, San Diego, CA, USA, 12 min)
Second Chance youth programs focus on overcoming neglect, abuse, criminal backgrounds, addiction, and other barriers to achieving self-sufficiency. One student met with a group of barbers to learn about their paths to creating a community dedicated to their craft.
Dir. Vivian Muñoz
(Pacific Arts Movement: Reel Voices, San Diego, CA, USA, 8 min)
A powerful look at the challenges faced by young and old Latinx alike when coping with mental illness.
Dir. Instituto Altazor Students
(Media Arts Center San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, 3 min)
Follow a young man as he suffers daily indignities at the hands of his peers.
Dir. Luis Luna, Angel Mendoza, David Valderrama
(Mt. Pleasant High School, San Jose, CA, USA, 7 min)
A film raising awareness about how issues surrounding DACA affect students.
(Teen Producers Project: Southland Blended Community School, San Diego, CA, USA, 3 min)
A trip to Wild Willow Farms educates students about cultivating and empowering sustainable food communities.
(Teen Producers Project: Chula Vista Learning Community Charter, San Diego, CA, USA, 3 min)
Conversations with residents in the North Park neighborhood about recent renovations.
(Teen Producers Project, San Diego, CA, USA, 4 min)
The story of a summer soccer league for refugee girls living in San Diego and how it allows them to come together with people from different places around the world.
La lluvia habla
Dir. Jacqueline Benevides
(Raw Artworks, Lynn, MA, USA, 5 min)
Explores the challenges that Latinas face from within their own families and the larger Hispanic community when discussing mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.
Make America Civilized Again
Dir. Camp Reel Stories
(Camp Reel Stories, Oakland, CA, USA, 6 min)
A documentary about immigration, deportation, and human rights violations committed by the United States government.
More Than Just a Game
(Teen Producers Project, San Diego, CA, USA, 4 min)
Learn how The First Tee makes a difference with its program for kids and teens learning to play golf along with life lessons and leadership skills.
No Trust Without US
(Second Chance Emerging Makers, San Diego, CA, USA, 5 min)
Second Chance students dialogue with a police officer about community policing.
Dir. Wendy Medina
(Del Lago Academy, Escondido, CA, USA, 2 min)
An eighteen-year-old Mexican boy is conflicted between staying with his family or leaving the rancho to go to the U.S
Dir. Fabricio Reyes & Asis Prieto
(Venice Arts, Venice, CA, USA, 4 min)
A note book of regrets is shared and then destroyed. This short stop-motion film was made by students in the Advanced Film Class at Venice Arts.
Dir. Alexa Gutierrez & Charles Capp
(Venice Arts, Venice, CA, USA, 8 min)
An experimental documentary short about a young man’s struggle with drug addiction.
Dir. Annelle Arciniega
(Micro Cine Panama, Panama City, Panama, 7 min)
In order to pay off their debt and clear their name, a young couple decides that the only solution is burglary.
(Teen Producers Project, San Diego, CA, USA, 7 min)
After receiving great news, a young girl celebrates with her mother but soon encounters an unexpected obstacle.
La única opción
Dir. Clara Siliezar
(Pacific Arts Movement: Reel Voices, San Diego, CA, USA, 11 min)
Across generations, three Salvadoran men share difficult decisions and how they persevered to find new life and family in America.
We Are Now
(Gandhi Brigade Youth Media, Silver Spring, MD, USA, 8 min)
Showcases several young activists who believe the government is unresponsive to their needs and though not yet of voting age, they are organizing, protesting, and standing up for their rights.
Total running time: 110 minutes
Community Partners: Second Chance, JCCS/SDCOE, High Tech High Chula Vista, Chula Vista Learning Community Charter, Pro Kids, and PAC Arts’ Reel Voices, Instituto Altazor, and Del Lago Academy
Curated by: Larry DaSilveira
General Admission – $12.00
Senior/Student/Military – $10.00
Member rate – $9.00
Get priority seating, free access to parties and VIP events!
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Screenings to take place at AMC Fashion Valley 18 & MACSD’s very-own Digital Gym CINEMA North Park.
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Media Arts Center San Diego’s Youth Visions showcase and year-round youth media education programs are made possible with the support of:
California Arts Council, City of San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture, County of San Diego, The California Endowment, SDG&E, and National Endowment for the Arts.