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The Latinx House-Netflix Partnership Makes a Mark at the Sundance Film Festival

In addition to serving as the launchpad for more than a hundred films, the 2020 Sundance Film Festival served as the launchpad for The Latinx House, which made its first appearance at the annual film festival.

Co-founded by attorney and social entrepreneur Mónica Ramírez (Justice for Migrant Women), actress-producer-activist Olga Segura (Netflix’s Verónica) and writer-producer Alex Martinez Kondracke (The L Word), the initiative was started in 2019 to create community, engagement and further opportunities for Latinx voices in and outside of Hollywood.

Our ultimate goal in creating the Latinx House is to change the perception and position of the Latinx community in this country, and we believe that sparking conversation and igniting action in culturally relevant places, like Sundance, will help us get there, Ramírez said.

America Ferrera and Diane Guerrero at The Latinx House.

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Feb 13, 2020 at 22:22

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