BTF Media, American Cinema Inspires Bow Trailer for ‘Finding Love in Sisters’ (EXCLUSIVE)

BTF Media and American Cinema Inspires (ACI) are tilting the trailer for “Finding Love in Sisters,” the second film they co-produced under their partnership pact.

The Jeff Day-directed drama (“Midway to Love”) follows Seattle-based junior attorney Esperanza Barboza (Laura Carmine) who has just been assigned the case of her dreams and is about to celebrate her birthday with its beautiful.

However, she finds herself longing for something more than what seems like a perfect life. The news of her mother’s sudden death brings her home, and the even more shocking news that her mother left her the house. There are only two conditions: that she share the house and make peace with her estranged sisters, Caridad (Marielena Dávila) and Faith (Valentina Izarra).

Debuts exclusively in Variety, the trailer opens with her office mates singing happy birthday to her and her boss announcing that he’s ready to promote her to a junior partner position. The expression on her face clearly shows that this is not what she really wants.

Formed in 2021, the alliance between the two companies was born out of a mutual desire to provide more content to the growing U.S. Hispanic market and tap into its underutilized talent pool. When casting the film, they selected actors with a total of four million social media followers, led by Carmine, Dávila, Izarra, Victor Drija and Nick Hounslow, while ensuring strong market awareness.

The drama was shot in English with a diverse cast that includes Ricardo Burgos, Mireya Kilmon, Joseph Gray, and actor-singer Victor Drija, who also performed some of the film’s original music.

“‘Finding Love in Sisters’ represents a series of films featuring strong, empowered and confident female personalities who are willing to overcome life’s circumstances to achieve their goals,” said ICA President Chevonne O ‘Shaughnessy.

For Francisco Cordero, CEO of BTF Media and co-producer, reflecting Hispanic culture in the United States is crucial to addressing a community that today represents the largest minority in the country. “It is important that there is audiovisual content that brings us closer to our values ​​and customs, and helps us find ourselves as a community,” he said.

Founded in 2010, Miami-based BTF Media has produced a host of television series led by “Maradona: Sueño bendito”, “Papas por encargo”, “La Muchacha que limpia” and films such as “Soy tu fan” and “Sintiéndolo mucho”. ”, a winner of the Spanish equivalent of an Oscar, the Goya.

ACI, run by George Shamieh and O’Shaughnessy, produces an average of five films a year as well as the “Love Finds You” and “Jack Hunter” series.

The partnership’s first project together, Sandra Martin’s “Finding Love in San Antonio,” has been sold to the Up Faith & Family streaming service, associate producer Ivonne Vela of BTF Media said.

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