NALIPster Sara Seligman takes "Diego" to San Diego Latino Film Festival
NALIPster Sara Seligman´s short film "Diego" will be screening at the San Diego Latino Film Festival on Sunday March 15th 12:30pm as part of the "México raro y querido" short film program.
"Diego" takes place in a small town in Mexico, in Diego’s family, poverty, crime and abuse is an everyday thing. When a little girl is kidnapped by his family, Diego is left with a choice: follow in his family’s footsteps or risk his life by following his heart. Diego stars Humberto Busto (Amores Perros, The perfect Dictatorship, Los Héroes del Norte) Christian Vazquez (I hate love, Elysium, Cinco de Mayo la batalla).
Sara Seligman's short has screened in over 20 film festivals including Palm Springs Short Fest, Raindance, FICG in LA. Currently Sara is in preproduction of her next short film about the Papantla Flyers and working on the final stages of development of her feature screenplay "Flacon Lake".