The International Guadalajara Film Festival in Los Angeles, FICG in LA

This film festival is the window through which Mexican and Ibero American talent demonstrates its new cinematographic proposals to the world using the city of Los Angeles considered as the "Cradle of Hispanity" for its strong cultural ties with Latin American communities as a platform.

The Festival has been strategically designed so that Angelinos can explore the different regional narratives of Ibero American films that have been awarded at the International Film Festival in Guadalajara (FICG) in order to reach a wider audience with the aim to arouse their taste for cinema and put in its imaginary a compendium of films that invites them to reflect on the importance of these cultures and identities of origin through the filmography offered.

FICG in LA supports new talent in film by contributing to the finalization of fiction and documentary feature films that are in the post-production stage and that address border issues, migration, racism, human rights, social movements and topics of Latin life abroad.

FICG in LA has had a good response from the Angelino community with around 22 thousand spectators having enjoyed it since 2011.