The Latinx House returned in person to Park City. We celebrated a diverse mix of Latinx filmmakers and artists with selections at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival to spotlight the continued impact of Latinx creators throughout the entertainment industry. 

From Friday, January 20th to Sunday, January 22nd, The Latinx House celebrated the community’s filmmaking achievements through expert panels, receptions, parties, and flash talks with creators.



The Latinx House is proud to be the official host of The Associated Press Studio at the Sundance Film Festival 2023.

The Latinx House at Sundance Film Festival 2022

The Latinx House’s virtual activation at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. The Latinx House hosted meaningful programming that celebrated Latinx excellence in culture and entertainment from January 20-25, 2022. These programs elevated and amplified the voices and content created by Latinx artists, entertainers, policy experts and grassroots organizers.

Latinx Film Celebración


Son of Monarchs

The Pink Cloud


Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go For It

Latinx filmmakers, creators, and artists continue to make our mark on the Sundance Film Festival, ensuring OUR community is telling the stories WE want to tell. And as Sundance goes virtual in 2021, even more people have the opportunity to experience the films that we make. Celebrate the Latinx creators and artists at Sundance by learning about the people and stories behind the films!

The Latinx House at Sundance Film Festival 2021

After our hugely successful launch on Main Street in 2020 where over 1,200 people attended our events, The Latinx House is back at the Sundance Film Festival. Although the festival is different this year, we will be celebrating Latinx talent again with a series of events listed below. 

You can check back here for updates, or RSVP to be updated via email. Don’t forget to visit us on our Sundance digital venue where the events will be available.

With a storied career across stage and screen, Rita Moreno has received accolades ranging from the Presidential Medal of Freedom to the EGOT. And it is also her activism that makes her our icon ‒ fighting against sexism, racism, and the most important social issues of our time. As RITA MORENO: JUST A GIRL WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR IT premieres as a Sundance U.S. Documentary Competition selection, join us in conversation with Rita about her activism, then and now, exploring what has changed and what hasn’t in the eight decades of her career.

Some of our favorite actors join The Latinx House to talk about their films at Sundance, as well as their careers and their experiences working in the entertainment industry.

January 2020

The Latinx House Takes Sundance: Voices for Change (and Cocktails)

The initiative will launch at the film fest with support from Netflix and America Ferrera.

Blackhouse and Outfest’s Queer Brunch have long been Sundance staples, and this year Latinx artists will have their own space for the first time with a three-day Park City activation for community members and allies.