"From a young age, I knew that
storytelling had the power to protect
my family" - Rosa Navarrete
Thank you, next...
THE TRAIN, Writer & Director
Screening at @LASKINSFEST on 11/20 @ 9am Youth Film Program
Las Azurduy, Director
Featured at Brava Theater in San Francisco 11/20 @ 7PM
Watch THE TRAIN produced at Casa 0101 Theater at @LASKINSFEST on 11/20 @ 9am (Youth Film Program). RSVP here.
Las Azurduy written by Florencia Aroldi experimental reading at the Brava Theatre in SF 11/20 @ 7pm. RSVP here.
Matriarchy Films PUTA is entering the film festival circuit. Follow us IG/Twitter @matriarchyfilms to stay connected. Pa' Lante! (2021-2022)
Ellay Series is entering the film festival circuit. Follow us IG/Twitter @ellayseries to stay connected. Wish us luck! (2021-2022)
Workshopping three original scripts NINA (a one-hour original Sci-Fi TV script) and BROWN GIRLS (a 30-minute odd couple + college buddy show two Latina protagonists), and OCCUPIED (ancestor weird stuff).
Rio Grande Anthology by Josie Nerrico. Directed by Roberta Martinez is now available on YouTube in a series of Episodes. I will be featured in Episode 4. Watch here!
Sippin' short film written by Gilbert Salazar is in post-production. Follow us on @sippin_short_film. to stay connected! (Winter 2022)
A few of my favorite things:
The Art of Being Brown
Written & Directed by Rosa Navarrete & Sami Cubias
DP: Lucía Sanchez/Lux Nueve
Actors: Sami Cubias, Rosa Navarrete, and Alex Bonte
Featured at the Immigration Symposium for UC Berkeley's Undocunation movement (2013)
Matriarchy Short Film
Written: Patricia Zamorano
Directed by Rosa Navarrete & Patricia Zamorano
DP: Rosa Navarrete
Actors: Lauren Ballesteros, Sujey Gonzalez, Maia "Vik" Villa, Jasmin Iraheta, Maria G. Gonzalez, Miguel Roura, Dante Dylan Gonzalez, Scarlett Kiley Renee Muguia
Mural artwork: Nani Chacon IG: @nanibahchacon
Featured at The Schwules Museum in Berlin, Germany curated by Vera Hofmann (2018), Avenue 50 Art Gallery curated by Karineh Mahdessian (2019), Mujeres Con Faldas de Serpientes y Talones de Aguila curated by Dr. Martina Ayala (2020), CINEARTE Film Festival curated by Karla Legaspy (2018), and more.