El Flaco premieres at Baltimore International Black Film Festival this October
- September 25, 2017
- Posted by: Kn2s Productions
- Category: Film Fest, News
The documentary short, El Flaco, gets officially selected for Baltimore International Black Film Festival and will premiere in Baltimore, Maryland, this Friday, October 6, 2017. El Flaco will screen under the “Come Get To This” short film category in Murphy Fine Arts Center at Morgan State University.
The Baltimore International Black Film Festival (BIBFF) supports and fosters by educating the community while providing a venue for independent films for, by and about African Americans, the African Diaspora and members of the Same Gender Loving – Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender community locally, nationally and globally. The BIBFF is truly a “Charm City” event blending entertainment and education in the greater Baltimore area through a uniquely diverse cinematic experience.
Director, Krisstian de Lara states during an official El Flaco interview what he wishes to achieve with this film, “I hope to shine a light on prostitution and show audiences how connected Mexico and US are and with the hopes as well, to give a voice to the people who society often ignores.”
El Flaco is a five minute documentary featuring a male prostitute who pays for police protection to be able to work in downtown streets of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, produced by Kn2s Productions.
Watch the official trailer below or click here.