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Functional Season 1 is now available to stream for free on the Mitú TV platform!

"Mitú TV is the only 24/7 channel dedicated to elevating Latinx stories, audiences, and talent living in the hyphen – Americans with a strong heritage, Latinos redefining culture. We’re here to remind the world there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all version of Latino culture." - Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

Thank you Mitú TV for featuring us!

Functional Season 1

Created, Written and Executive Produced by Daniel Luna

Directed by Cheska Bacaltos

Cinematography by Doni Masongsong and Cory Xenos

Associate Producers Kasiemobi Udo-Okoye and Kate Johnson


The First Color short film is now available for streaming on The Disorder Channel, which is a free-to-consumer OTT streaming platform available through Roku TV and Amazon Fire TV!

The Disorder Channel focuses on sharing stories that inspire hope in the world of rare diseases. The founders of this channel are the team behind the big festival Disorder: The Rare Disease Film Festival (The First Color was an Official Selection for it in 2020).

Congratulations to the entire team behind this beautiful short film that highlights a family's experience as their mother is diagnosed with ALS.

The First Color short film has had quite the festival run thus far, including official selection at the LA Shorts International Film Festival, finalist at Indie Short Fest, Merit Awards at The IndieFEST Film Awards, and official selection at Disorder: The Rare Disease Film Festival.

It was truly an honor to have been part of such a wonderful team of people and a beautifully personal work of art that helps raise awareness about ALS. Congratulations to everyone who made this film a reality!

Watch it for free HERE for the entire month of October.

The First Color

Written by Hannah Kelley and Ericka de Alexander

Directed by Ericka de Alexander

Produced by Noémie Sornet and Trisha Golec

Logline: Devon's mother is a painter who has been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Now the Tout family must find a way to help her find hope.

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