Chris Molina is a Miami-based filmmaker whose work focuses on queer stories revolving self-reflection. He leans heavily on his own personal experiences, often blurring the line between fiction and autobiographical. His films have gone on to play festivals like Indie Grits, New Orleans Film Festival, and Florida Film Festival. He was also named a finalist for the Sundance Ignite Fellowship in both 2020 and 2021. Molina has worked closely in the planning and execution of multiple Miami-based film festivals and screening programs. In 2020, he began the Sun Pass Film Festival, a festival spotlighting both established and emerging filmmakers from Miami and Florida.
About his film:
After flunking out of college, Alex begrudgingly returns to his childhood home in Miami. With a new adult perspective and a massive hurricane threatening to sweep it all away, he’s forced to reevaluate his hatred for Miami.
- 2022 Home + Away Resident: Anderson Ranch
- 2023 Cinematic Arts Resident