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USA, 2012 (MIFF 2012, Next Gen)

Director: Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine

The uplifting power of art is showcased in this special coming-of-age documentary.

Inocente is a perception-shattering documentary about the transformative power of art, told through the eyes of its 15-year-old titular subject: a homeless, undocumented immigrant who dreams beyond her bleak situation as she paints the San Diego streets a riot of vibrant colour.

Screens with Only the Young (USA, 68 mins) on Thursday August 9.

MIFF recommends age 12+ (No person under the age of 15 years shall be admitted to the screenings of the said film(s) unless in the company of a parent or adult guardian.)

D Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine P Yael Melamede, Albie Hecht, Emanuel Michael, Sean Fine, Andrea Nix Fine WS Shine Global, Inc. L Spanish, English w/English subtitles TD HD Cam/2012

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