29 SEP 2021

Mipcom 2021: Vision Films offers independent films championing inclusion and acceptance

Among the highlights are successful comedy "Tango Shalom"; and "Amazon Queen"; "I Love Us" and "Christmas With A Crown".

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"Tango Shalom" (Courtesy of Vision Films)

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Vision Films will return to MIPCOM with an assorted slate of films they feel the market will embrace, including the award-winning, dance comedy "Tango Shalom" that promotes the inclusion, diversity and acceptance. This film continues to rack up festival awards, and it boasts the coveted #1 indie film box office of the summer.



Also being highlighted are: the Latino heritage celebration "Rumba Love", action adventures "Amazon Queen", "SOS: Survive or Sacrifice" and "Attraction to Paris"; unique romances "Ashley Jones is Perfectly Normal" and "I Love Us"; a Christmas favorite and new Lifetime title, "Christmas With A Crown" and sports documentaries "Becoming the G.O.A.T: The Tom Brady Story" and "Ali’s Comeback: The Untold Story."



Lise Romanoff, Managing Director/CEO of Vision Films says, “While virtual events do not fully replace the connections in-person markets allow, Vision has continued to flourish. This year’s incredible slate includes some of the most original and compelling independent feature films available today, and from almost every genre. This year in particular, we have focused on filmmakers and films that champion inclusion and acceptance.”

This year’s incredible slate includes some of the most original and compelling independent feature films available today, and from almost every genre.” Lise Romanoff Managing Director/CEO of Vision Films