Storytelling Unbound

Sunday, January 22, 4:30–6:00 p.m.

Filmmaker Lodge

550 Main St.

Color within the lines. Go with what works. What if it doesn’t work anymore? The country has changed—more than half of children under age nine are non-white—and our storytelling must change with it. It’s just good business. Variety reported that films reflecting the nation’s diversity do better at the box office. Former Executive Director of the NAACP Hollywood Bureau Vicangelo Bulluck will moderate a discussion with creators who are leading the diversity charge.Presented by Univision Communications Inc.

Miguel Arteta (Director of Beatriz at Dinner)
Geena Davis (Academy Award Winner)
Danny Strong (Writer/Director of Rebel in the Rye)
Camila Jimenez Villa (Chief Content Officer of Fusion Media Group)

Former Executive Director of the NAACP Hollywood Bureau Vicangelo Bulluck

Panels are open to all Festival credential holders on a space-available basis.


Vicangelo Bulluck
Miguel Arteta
Geena Davis
Danny Strong
Camila Jimenez Villa
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