Maya Indie Film Series to tour eight markets

Program kicks off July 23 in Dallas

The Maya Indie Film Series, presenting the Mexican boxing tale "The Kid: Chamaco" and five sother Latino-themed films, will appear for one-week engagements in the top eight U.S. markets, beginning with Dallas on July 23.

The series, which debuted last summer, will also play New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Washington D.C., San Jose, and San Diego. 
The other films in the series are: "Backyard," a Mexican thriller starring Jimmy Smits, Ana de la Reguera, and Joaquin Cosio; "Chasing 3000," a family film about Roberto Clemente starring Ray Liotta and Rory Culkin; "In Therapy," a Brazilian comedystarring Lilia Cabral and Jose Mayer; "Tropico De Sangre," starring Michelle Rodriguez and Juan Fernandez in the true story of the Mirabal sisters; and "Solo Quiero Caminar," a thriller starring Diego Luna and Jose Maria Yazpik.
"The Dry Land," starring America Ferrera, Wilmer Valderrama, Ryan O'Nan, and Melissa Leo, will play in select markets as a bonus feature.
All of the films will be available for rent on home video, starting in September to coincide with Hispanic Heritage Month.

 The Maya Indie Film Series will kick-off its monthly screening series in November with titles to be released as theatrical and day-and-date VOD releases.