NALIP and the Sundance Institute Present 'Water & Power' at NALIP 2013

We're very excited to announce that Water & Power will flow onto the screen at this year's Special Screening at NALIP 2013: Spotlight on the Trillion $ Latino Market.

Written and Directed by Richard Montoya of Culture Clash fame, and developed at the Sundance Institute, Water & Power tells the story of twin brothers nicknamed Water & Power from the hard scrabble Eastside streets of Los Angeles. One a decorated cop - the other a senator, find themselves in a seedy motel room on the eastern edge of Sunset Boulevard on a dark and rainy night. Something has gone very wrong. Can Power exist without Water? The Fixers and Powers of the city need answers. Everybody is looking for the Twins.

Be the very first to see Water & Power in this exclusive screening and Q&A with cast and crew at the AMC Theatre at Universal City Walk on Friday June, 7th.

Do not miss this opportunity, register today for NALIP 2013: Spotlight on the Trillion $ Latino Market, June 7-9 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, Universal City, CA. Registration spots are filling up quickly. Visit and REGISTER TODAY!

Did you know . . .
• Social media use skews young across demographics, but among Hispanics the preponderance is especially strong. Only 13% of Hispanics on social networks were over 50.
• According to Pew, Latino social networking penetration among internet users reached 68% last year. Of these social media users, English was the dominant language for 34% of users, while Spanish was the dominant language for a quarter of users. Another 40% considered themselves bilingual.
• According to BIGInsight's February 2012 "American Pulse Survey," 26.8% of Hispanic internet users spent six hours or more on social media sites, versus only 8.5% of total internet users.

Learn more about the evolving state of the Trillion $ Latino Market. NALIP's 14th annual National Conference will be an inspiring weekend for Latino content creators and those interested in our media community. We're bringing top industry professionals and visionaries to examine the landslide shift in influence that Latinos are making in media making, distribution, marketing, creation and consumption. Register for the conference today.