Me 3.769

World Premiere

DIRECTED BY Elaine Del Valle

Country: USA
Language: English

Running Time: 9min
Film Year: 2019
Category: IMDbPro Short Film Award

Elaine, a Latina girl living in Miami, is carefully growing into her maturing body and everything associated with growing up. However, her excitement is soon put to a halt when she faces the harsh reality of sexual abuse, brought on by her pregnant aunt’s boyfriend.

In this honest and candid film, director Elaine del Valle portrays the damaging effects of sexual misconduct that women so commonly endure. “Me 3.769” also captures the tone and strength of the #MeToo era.


This film screens as part of  SHORTS 1 

 

 

credits

Director: Elaine Del Valle
Producer: Elaine Del Valle, Randy Valdes, Taryn Kosviner, Debbie Gold
Screenwriter: Elaine Del Valle
Executive Producer: Al Eskanazy
Production Company: Del Valle Productions

Music: Amie Doherty
Cinematographer: Héctor David Rosales
Editor: Elaine Del Valle

Cast: Samantha Lopez, Rodolfo Salas, Vanessa Elise, Elizabeth Danielle Pujadas, Justin Martinez, Kiara Kupersmit


Elaine Del Valle

Elaine del Valle is a producer, writer, director and actress who resides in Miami. She was one of nine directors selected to be part of the Sundance Short Narrative Film Lab. Her short films include “Final Decision” (2016) and “Tagged” (2017). “Me 3.769” (2018) was supported by the Sundance Institute and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

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