“Mosquita y Mari” is writer-director Aurora Guerrero’s first feature film
Wolfe Releasing has picked up North American rights to "Mosquita y Mari," a coming-of-age tale that focuses on a love between two Latinas in Los Angeles, Wolfe said Tuesday.
The movie is writer-director Aurora Guerrero's first feature film.
Fenessa Pineda stars as Yolanda, a straight-A student in Los Angeles' Huntington Park. Venecia Troncoso plays Mari, Yolanda's study partner — a girl who has recently moved to town with her undocumented family.
Wolfe is the largest distributor of gay and lesbian films.
Chad Burris produced the Indion Entertainment/Maya Entertainment movie.