Presented in partnership with Delmarva Pride Center.
Adrian and Sebastian live an openly gay life in New York as immigrants. When Sebastian’s visa is rejected, the two must decide whether to return to Colombia where they face rejection and persecution for their sexual orientation or do whatever is necessary to stay in the United States. Either way, the thoughts and discussions associated with the decision will have a profound effect on the couple. Hitting upon timely issues Nowhere places its characters within the context of the difficult immigration situation in the U.S., furthering a sense of homelessness and lack of belonging for the protagonists. Run time: 87 minutes
Filmmakers David and Francisco Salazar divide their time between New York where they grew up and Colombia. David holds an M.S from Fordham University while Francisco holds an M.S. from the New School. Their first feature “Nowhere” (2020) went to over 20 Film Festivals and was nominated for two Colombian Academy Awards. It also won Best First Film, Best in Show, and Best Feature at several festivals. In 2019 they were selected for the first annual Latinx List from The Black List and in 2020 they joined FilmShop. David and Francisco are also the creators of the online magazine OperaWire, which is read by millions monthly.
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