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Shorts 2: A Quien Le Importa

Admission is available as a $19 single ticket or $25 VIP Premium Ticket, which includes premium status an hour before the show, access to our fully furnished lounge to network and relax before the show, complementary crafted beverages, appetizers, and exclusive photo opportunities in the lounge.

In this program

The Girl Behind The Mirror

Directed by Iuri Moreno

A transgender girl locks herself in her room, afraid of the monsters that threaten her outside, until a new reality appears behind the mirror where these monsters do not exist and she is free to be who she is or wants to be.

Your Silent Face

Directed by Anna Capunay

Two romantically linked Latines sneak out to catch their favorite post-punk band, Bootblacks, perform in Brooklyn. Guada is not only risking being grounded… they may find them-self back at the psych ward if they don’t comply with their mother’s terms.


Directed by Sebastian Rea

Based on the director’s own life, this queer, coming-of-age story follows Rumiñahui, “Rumi”, as he navigates his future with the guidance of his Indigenous Andean ancestors, ultimately finding the strength to succeed in a world seemingly working against him.


Directed by Juana Castro

Luisa falls in love for the first time with her neighbor Anna while she spends her summer vacation at the beach with her family. At the same time, Luisa finds out something about her parent’s relationship that challenges her ideals of love and pushes her to grow up.


Directed by Alina Rancier

Over a summer’s eve in Prospect Park with her crush Sol, Aurora— smothered by her current relationship and career— is given a glimpse into a life she never thought possible.

A History of Sitting in Waiting Rooms (or Whatever Longer Title You Prefer)

Directed by Lorena Russi

A coming of age story that follows an angsty, butch Latina fighting to find herself with the help of her imaginary best friend, a civil war ghost.

Dates & Times


Regal Union Square

Sat, Sep 23
2:30 pm