Celebrating Trans Latina Cinema at ‘Como La Flor’ Film Festival in Austin

This upcoming weekend The Gallery ATX, a woman-led art collective based in Austin, is holding their film festival Como La Flor: Blossoming Identities Through Trans Latina Cinema and you won’t want to miss it. This one-day-only event will be held Saturday evening, September 23 at the Moontower Cider Company. Tickets are on sale right now at $8 a pop, though you can donate more as you purchase. The festival begins at 6 PM and will feature a variety of cinematography from shorts to feature-length films including “The Transition” by Deandra Gonzalez, “Portals” and “Te Extraño” by Bev Vega, and “GIRLS LIKE US” by P1nkstar and Y2K (Artie Moreno). Ending at 9 p.m., attending Como La Flor is a good way to dip your toes into the Austin film scene, and the perfect way to ring in Hispanic Heritage Month by celebrating culture, appreciating art, and uplifting the trans-Latina community. 

You can buy your tickets right here. See you Saturday!  


  • Camila Dejesus

    Magazine & Media Editor, Camila Dejesus has been writing since she was a child and enjoys all forms from creative writing down to narrative analysis. She graduated from Brooklyn College with a bachelor's in Television and Radio Production and works full-time at Latinitas Magazine. In her free time, she loves writing stories, water coloring, or playing songs on her Baritone Ukulele. Now, her greatest passion is finding new topics that will engage and inspire Latinx youth.

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