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Latino Themed Indie Film opens today at Laemmle Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills in campaign for Oscar Gold


Los Angeles, CA–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–December 8, 2006–“Hollywood Familia” a new feature film about a dysfunctional Latino family living in the Hollywood Hills, debuts today exclusively at Laemmle’s Muisc Hall 3. Frank Aragon a native of Los Angles originally from the tough streets of Boyle Heights produced and directed the original screenplay by El Salvadorian born Doralicia Quintinilla Sitnick.

The duo is aiming purposely at an American Latino audience. “Hollywood Familia” is the only Latino themed movie performed in English to be released this late in the year when the major studios are typically releasing their big films in consideration for the Oscars.

“We have a wonderful supporting performance from Renee Victor and have three original songs, one entitled “Hollywood Familia,” says Aragon.

“Hollywood Familia”, a dark-comedy, is the story of four women living under the same roof dealing with their own demons, a cheating husband and a Latin soap star whose untimely visit manages to get stuck in the middle of it all. The film stars Renee Victor (Weeds), the films screenwriter Doralicia Sitnick, Larissa Asuaje, Priscilla Medina, Scott Roberts, Carlos Montilla, Lilly Melgar and a cameo from Brian Austin Green. The film’s total running time is 1 hour and 45 minutes.

Having a minimum seven-day theatrical run is 1211 Pictures Entertainment’s first step in its campaign for consideration in the 79th Annual Academy Awards.

1211 Pictures Entertainment is also the releasing distributor.

1211 Pictures Entertainment holds a library of material aimed at the emergent 13.4 percent population of Latinos in the U.S. representing 9 Billion dollars in economic strength. Visit

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