a thriller by Mary Guzmán
About LOST DOG
Poster graphic by Domenico Delgado
Small desert town, Southern California 1979.
Fresh out of rehab, Adela Quesada reconnects with her only friend, Linda.
Linda's violently murdered and no one cares because of her history of drug use. Heartbroken Adela vows to find the killer.
Join us for a screenplay reading and fundraiser for LOST DOG
A new Latina Lesbian Thriller from Mary Guzmán
Saturday February 8, 2020
El Rio - 3158 Mission Street, SF
2pm Doors Open
4pm After Party: food, dancing and DJs
$25 cash at the door
There will an ASL Interpreter at the Reading
Venue is ADA Accessible with single stall bathrooms
Event space is not scent free
Mary Guzmán has received awards from SF Bay Area Women in Film, Television and the Media and the San Francisco International Women's Film Festival.
LOST DOG is supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission.
Screenplay Awards for LOST DOG
ScriptLab at Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 2007
NewDraft Screenplay Competition & Reading Series, finalist, 2007
National Association of Latino Producers’ Latino Writer’s Lab, 2009
Great Gay Screenplay Contest semi-finalist 2010
Women’s Work Screenplay Contest, semi-finalist, 2011
Ninth Street IFC Media Arts Incubator Program, 2013