LOST AND FOUND EN CUBA Multi-generational romantic comedy directed by first time Latina filmmaker Regina Don, starring Annabelle Acosta to begin production in Puerto Rico this November

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Annabelle Acosta, fresh off two breakout roles in HBO's "Ballers" and ABC's "Quantico" to star in romantic comedy "Lost & Found en Cuba."  

The film will also star Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Adriana Barraza (Amores Perros, Babel) as her mom and multi-nominated Emmy and Golden Globe performer Liz Torres
(All In The Family, The Nanny and The Gilmore Girls) in the role of her grandmother.

The multi-generation romantic comedy follows Mia, a young and beautiful ad exec (Acosta), who is too caught up in her obsession for shopping and the material world to realize her life is starting to fall apart.

When she loses her job and boyfriend she unwittingly agrees to travel to Cuba with her mother (Barraza)to visit her grandmother (Torres).  

Stranded in Cuba she is forced to connect with her culture and re-evaluate her life away from Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, her boyfriend, Daniel, changes his mind, and flies to Cuba to win her back.

Dubbed an "up-and-coming filmmaker with a fresh new voice" by the Los Angeles Times and winner of Showtime's Latino filmmakers showcase, Cuban American Regina Don wrote the script and will direct.

Uttica Film's JP Pettinato,  consultant for films such as Academy Award Best Picture Nominee The Help, The Expendables, Righteous Kill starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, among others, will produce.

Production is set to commence this November in Puerto Rico.

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