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Unmasking CineFestival 35

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It's a note of hope that in the current class of SAY Sí, over half the students are girls; their films will be featured in the free youth program at 1 p.m. Monday, February 25. In addition, an afternoon panel is dedicated to the screening and discussion of a work-in-progress by Deborah Esquinazi. Wonder Women! makes it plain that fair representation of women in the media involves providing younger generations the tools and training to craft their own diverse images as well as the wherewithal to exhibit and promote their distinct visions. — J.M.S.

THE OPENING NIGHT

Sat Feb 23, 6pm
Opening Night Reception

7:30pm
World Premiere of Bryan Ramírez's Mission Park

9:30pm
Opening Night Party with performances by Bugsy and Amanda Rubio Ramírez, featured in the Mission Park soundtrack.

Visit guadalupeculturalarts.org for full schedule

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