Shorts 3: Ay Que Funny
- Short Fiction
- 100 mins
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
Directed by Gabriela Ortega
Determined to win an ice cream competition with a flavor inspired by her late Tia Abuela’s Puerto Rican treats, a teen girl turns to her trailer park neighbors to help figure out the winning recipe.
Directed by Pasqual Gutierrez, Raul Sanchez
A collection of evocative and bold coming-of-age vignettes informed by trending Los Angeles Latino youth culture that orbits themes of social identity, belonging, and the emergence of authentic character.
Directed by Chloe Caudillo
Struggling to climb the corporate ladder, a Latina office worker finally lands a leadership training seminar, only to realize that to be successful, trainees must become clones of the “nepo baby” boss.
Directed by Gabriela Revilla Lugo
A pair of undocumented sisters are deported to Mexico, where they stumble onto an elusive, online terrorist organization halfway across the world, and become the FBI’s only hope to thwart the group’s diabolical plans.
Directed by Miguel Angel Duran
Death is a clumsy 20-year-old trainee who must collect one soul in order to become the next Soul Collector. But when he mistakenly takes the soul of the wrong patient, he embarks on a wild journey with Nurse Mariela to return the soul and fulfill his destiny.
Directed by Steven Feinartz
Two best friends from South Central LA find trouble while looking for illegal fireworks on the day after the 4th of July.
Directed by Jocko Sims
Reeling from the recent loss of his father, impressionable 14-year-old Rogelio devises a way to sneak into a strip club with his friends Larry and Chaz, but begins to crumble under the pressure of hiding his plans from the women who raised him while coping with recurring visions of his late father. With the help of his older sister Chelly, Ro realizes the disconnect between the man he thought his father was, and the man his sister remembers.