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‘Summertime’: First Footage Of Sundance Slam Poetry Musical From ‘Blindspotting’ Director Carlos Lopez Estrada


EXCLUSIVE: Here’s first footage of well-received Sundance title Summertime, the latest feature from Blindspotting director Carlos López Estrada.

The slam poetry musical is set in Los Angeles during a heatwave and follows the lives of 25 young Angelinos as they intersect over the course of a single day. It was developed with 25 young poets, all of whom served as co-writers.

Film Constellation will be introducing the movie to buyers at the virtual TIFF market this week. Good Deed has U.S. rights.

Producers are Kimberly Stuckwisch, Jeffrey Soros, Alisa Tager, Simon Horsman, Carlos López Estrada and Diane Luby Lane. Executive producers are Neil Garvey, Patrick Murray and Andrew Blau.

Estrada’s star is high right now. The filmmaker will next direct Disney’s live-action remake of 1976 animation Robin Hood and he is in post on Disney pic Raya And The Last Dragon.

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