Pan's Labyrinth - A Success!

What a successful night for Ollin: Social Justice Film Series!

Thank you to all who attended and supported this inspiring event. It was wonderful to see the movie theater almost sold out! We raised $1,600 last night, and ALL of it will go toward our advocacy efforts!

After we showed Pan's Labyrinth, Commissioner Nick Fish and Latino Board Chair Maria Elena Campisteguy led an enriching discussion about how everyone in the community can take action and fight for social justice. 

We look forward to the next two films and discussions in the series:

  • March 13th at 7:30 - Salt of the Earth (1954) - with a community discussion led by District 47 State Representative Diego Hernandez
  • April 13 at 7:30 - El Norte (1984) - with a community discussion led by Former Commissioner Serena Cruz

Check out some of the awesome moments from last night: 

(From left) Commissioner Nick Fish, Latino Network Board Chair Maria Elena Campisteguy, Latino Network Executive Director Carmen Rubio, Latino Network Arts & Culture Manager Joaquin Lopez, and Hollywood Theatre Executive Director Doug Whyte

Maria Elena Campisteguy and Nick Fish lead the discussion after Pan's Labyrinth. Topics of conversation included how we can pledge to take action, ways to stay involved in the community, and how we can work with our local government to ensure rights for everyone.

Arts & Culture Manager - and organizer of this event - Joaquin Lopez discusses how Pan's Labyrinth relates to our current political circumstances in the U.S.

Thank you to all who came!

Thank you to all who came!

Thank you to The Hollywood Theatre for hosting, and thank you to our featured discussion leaders! See you in March!