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Lost Soulz Theatrical Debut

When it comes to independent films, the only way to independent films the only way you can inform yourself about what is out there is by attending your local independent film festival. Sometimes it can be a rare thing to celebrate a film that goes from Film Festival Premiere, to Theatrical debut, and when it happens, it is a wonderful experience. Join Guest Host Carlos Corral as he welcomes Katherine Propper to talk about the theatrical debut of her film Lost Soulz in the Alamo Drafthouse starting May 17th.

Katherine Propper is a writer-director born and raised in Los Angeles and currently based in El Paso. Her feature directorial debut, Lost Soulz premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2023. Her 2022 short film Birds won the Grand Jury Prize at AFI Fest, a Special Jury Award for Vision at SXSW, and a Special Jury Prize in the International Competition at Clermont-Ferrand in France.

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Originally aired on May 27, 2024

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