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“Lake Los Angeles”
being away from home in a hopeless backdrop that is Lake Los Angeles.
holding house, and Cecilia, a 10 year old Mexican girl who ends up at
that house with no family members to fend for her.
Cecilia turns the desert into her own fantastical world – creating
characters and stories to make the hopelessness of the empty landscape a
Through navigating what was supposed to be both Roberto and Cecilia’s
promise land, they find a common hope in each other while navigating the
hauntingly beautiful and desolate world that is Lake Los Angeles.
Director: Mike Ott (Littlerock, 2010, Pearblossom Hwy, 2012, Someone to
Watch Spirit Award 2011, Gotham Award for Littlerock in 2010)
Cinematographer: Mike Gioulakis (Pearblossom Hwy, 2012, John Dies at the End, 2012)
Editor: Santos S. Santos (The Murder of Hi Good 2012, Pearblossom Hwy 2012)
Producers: Atsuko Okatsuka, (Littlerock, 2010, Pearblossom Hwy, 2012)
Frederick Thornton, (Littlerock 2010, Pearblossom Hwy, 2012, Sawdust
City, 2011) Trinity Shi, Alexandra Gioulakis
About the Production:
student who told of the story of crossing the border from Mexico to
come to the States as a child with his sister. During their journey,
they made the scary experience into a game by playing “hide and seek”
from immigration jeeps and helicopters, making the trip easier to cope
with. Lake Los Angeles follows a little girl who gets to the United States
with no family — and uses fairy tales and her imagination to make her
new surroundings a survivable place.” — Atsuko Okatsuka
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