Gotham Week Market Slate Features Work from Professor Diana Peralta
Adjunct Assistant Professor Diana Peralta is among 22 US based filmmakers with fiction feature films that have been invited to participate in the 44th annual Gotham Project Market.
September 21, 2022
Adjunct Assistant Professor Diana Peralta is among 22 US based filmmakers with fiction feature films that have been invited to participate in the 44th annual Gotham Project Market. She will be presenting her feature film which she wrote and directed titled No Love Lost, produced by Alexandra Byer and Michelle Peralta.
No Love Lost followsa troubled young woman who brings her new boyfriend home, which prompts her devoted but insular sisters to reveal the extremes they will go to protect one another.
The Gotham Week Project Market is a selective event known for launching Oscar-winning films. It acts as a curated marketplace for fiction and documentary feature films, series, and audio projects ranging from early stages of development to near-completion. The creators of these works are hosted by Gotham and invited to meet with hundreds of industry professionals from around the world to forge connections and help their film get distributed or funded. Over the last four decades, The Gotham Week Project Market has played a vital role in launching the careers of now-established filmmakers.
The Project Market runs from September 17–23 in person and virtually at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York.
Diana Peralta is a Dominican-American director and writer from NYC. Her debut feature, De Lo Mio, is being distributed by HBO. She was featured in Filmmaker Magazine's "25 New Faces of Independent Film.” Diana is in development on her second feature film, No Love Lost. She is also developing an original TV pilot with UCP through the Ojála Ignition Lab Fellowship. She currently teaches directing at Columbia University's Film MFA program.