A preteen Latina looks forward to her maturing body but must soon cope with the sexual misconduct of someone she trusts.
Q&A to follow screening
Filmmaker Bio: Nuyorican, award-winning filmmaker, Elaine Del Valle first garnered critical acclaim with her autobiographical, Off Broadway, stage play, Brownsville Bred—The New York Times called it “From Girlhood Trials to Onstage Triumph.” Del Valle is a 2016 TELLY award winner. She is the first person to have ever licensed an interstitial series to the HBO Network (Gran’pa Knows Best). As a Director, Elaine’s films have garnered several awards on the festival circuit; including for Best Director and Best Short Film. In 2019, Miami New Times named Elaine “One of 5 Filmmakers to Watch.” Elaine’s film Me 3.769 (a triggering coming-of-age short, which she wrote, directed and produced) premiered on HBO in August 2019. Her film was supported with a grant from the Sundance Institute. Elaine was featured as an inspirational figure in Beating The Odds (a 2018 PBS documentary) alongside such luminaries as Michelle Obama.