"Come Find Me" poster
Acclaimed Latina actress and Hostos Community College professor, Sol Miranda, stars in the new filmCome Find Me,” a mother-daughter story about highly accomplished women of color. The film will screen between January 13-19 at the Village East by Angelika movie theater in Manhattan. 
Also a co-producer in the project, Miranda plays the lead role of Gloria, mother to Christina (Victoria Cartagena), who is struggling to prove herself in the competitive field of law. The movie follows their lives at different stages and the difficult situations that challenge the stability of their relationship. 
“It is a beautifully executed and uplifting Latinx indie narrative about two strong, driven women. We ​hope that our tenacious Hostos community will be able to see itself in this story, will be moved by it, and that its message encourages thought-provoking conversations,” shared Miranda. 
Miranda holds a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, and a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of California, San Diego. She has been teaching theater at Hostos since 1995, where she reintroduced the Hostos Repertory Company in 2004. Miranda rose to worldwide recognition in 2014 after her recurring appearance in Tina Fey’s and Roberto Carlock’s Netflix show “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” She played Donna María Nuñez, a stern maid trapped in a bunker with three other kidnapped women. Before this accomplishment, Miranda appeared on several episodes of “Law & Order” and had an already successful career in theater, production, and voice acting.
“Come Find Me,” directed by Daniel Poliner, opened the 2022 Peekskill Film Festival last summer and has been presented across the country. 
The trailer is available here.  
“Come Find Me” at the Village East by Angelika
181-189 2nd Ave New York, NY 10003
January 13-19
Showtimes: 11:45 a.m. / 2:15 p.m. / 4:45 p.m. / 7:15 p.m. / 9:45 p.m.
106 minutes | 66 seats
Purchase tickets online here

There will be two Q&A sessions:
Friday, January 13, after the 7:15 p.m. screening with Daniel Poliner, writer and director; Collin Brazie, director of photography; and Alex Weston, composer. Moderated by Daniel Algrant, film director. 

Sunday, January 15, after the 7:15 p.m. screening with Daniel Poliner, writer and director; Tovah Feldshuh, actress; Victoria Cartagena, actress; and Sol Miranda, actress and co-producer. Moderated by Jorge Oliver, Puerto Rican film director and documentarian. 

The film will be available to stream on Amazon, AppleTV, Vudu, and other platforms starting on January 13.
About Eugenio María de Hostos Community College
Hostos Community College is an educational agent for change that has been transforming and improving the quality of life in the South Bronx and neighboring communities for over half a century. Since 1968, Hostos has been a gateway to intellectual growth and socioeconomic mobility, as well as a point of departure for lifelong learning, success in professional careers, and transfer to advanced higher education programs.
Hostos offers 27 associate degree programs and two certificate programs that facilitate secure transfer to The City University of New York’s (CUNY) four-year colleges or baccalaureate studies at other institutions. The College has an award-winning Division of Continuing Education & Workforce Development that offers professional development courses and certificate-bearing workforce training programs. Hostos is part of CUNY, the nation’s leading urban public university, which serves more than 500,000 students at 25 colleges.           

If you would like more information, please email Ivano Leoncavallo, Director of Communications (ileoncavallo@hostos.cuny.edu) or Wilfredo Burgos-Matos, Communications Publications Editorial Manager (wburgos-matos@hostos.cuny.edu).