Juan José Avelar is an upcoming Chicano filmmaker from California’s Central Valley. Many of his works are inspired by his culture, religion and experiences as a first generation Mexican-American. Through his films Juan offers his voice as he invites the audience to explore the conversation about racial injustices and history of the United States of America. Juan José Avelar has a background in documentary filmmaking and photography. His influences include Sergio Leone, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu and the Coen brothers.
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Juan, my name is Pamela Finney. I am a member of the CFF team that is promoting the 2016 Sacramento International Film Festival. I am specifically assigned to the NorCal All Stars Pt. 2 on Apr. 29, the night that your film will be screening. To help me promote this better, could you please go to the event page for this night -- http://californiafilm.net/events/norcal-all-stars-feat-timothy-busfield-s-one-smart-fellow -- and go to the comments area to post a promo picture for your film along with links to a trailer/clip/website, maybe a short synopsis, whatever you would like to communicate to potential viewers to encourage them to attend. Also, if you do plan on attending, then please RSVP on this page. Please note that this is the page to which we will be directing people to get more info and to order tickets, so the more info on this page the better. Thank you for your time. Pamela