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Sundance Institute announces Marissa Chibás as a 2022 writing fellow

Marissa Chibás (writer/director) with 72 (U.S.A.): Fiercely independent 18-year-old Cuban American Viv celebrates New Year’s Eve with her family and friends in 1972 Manhattan — surrounded by Watergate, the Vietnam War, and explosive social unrest. Viv spends the wildly festive night gathering the courage to tell her parents a deep secret she has been afraid to share.

Marissa Chibás is a writer and filmmaker.  Her films have screened at Anthology Film Archive, NewFilmmakers LA, San Diego Latino FF, Fabrica De Arte in Havana, Barcelona International FF, and the Cuban American FF, for which she won a best documentary award, among others.  Chibás is director of Duende CalArts.