La Doña Films Presents An Evening of Shorts Please join us for the premiere and celebration of three original short films presented by up and coming San Francisco filmmakers. Light refreshments will be provided pre and post show. Tickets are required to attend this event. Seats are limited, so a dvanced purchase is highly recommended. Tickets are not guaranteed at the door. *Please be advised, some content may not be suitable for children under the age of 17. "Blue Dreams" Dir. Michael Ramos Avi is a photographer with a very unusual habit. Because of his dark habits, he chooses to live his life as a pariah. When a woman from his support group confronts him about a photograph that he took of her, his life slowly unravels as he shields himself from being exposed to society. "Little Dove" Dir. Michael Ramos A cold-as-ice assassin makes it his mission to safeguard an enslaved child. In attempting to protect her, he unwittingly puts them both in great danger. But through this one act of compassion, is he redeemed for his life of killing? "Uno, Dos, Tres" Dir. Melissa Suncin Uno, Dos, Tres is a beautiful, heart-warming drama that focuses on Ana, a 60 year-old tamale seller being slapped with an eviction notice and struggling to survive in the worsening economy. With the help of her nephew, Ana cooks up a scheme to turn her business around, selling drugs from her tamale cart. As business grows and tensions rise the two learn more than they ever could about each other and their neighborhood. All ticket sales will be put toward film festival entries for all three films. Donations will be accepted at the door and much appreciated. Thank you for your support.