Lissette Feliciano, an award-winning filmmaker born and raised in San Francisco, CA, is the creative force behind the acclaimed debut feature film “Women is Losers.” Premiering at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival, the movie, starring Lorenza Izzo, Chrissie Fit, Bryan Craig, and Simu Liu, quickly became one of the festival’s highlights.

Feliciano’s journey in filmmaking took a significant leap with “Women is Losers,” a compelling narrative set in 1960s San Francisco. The film, inspired by real women and the Janis Joplin song of the same title, follows the story of Celina, a bright and talented Catholic schoolgirl navigating a difficult home life. After an indiscretion leads to devastating consequences, Celina faces the compounded obstacles of youth and solitude, striving to overcome the oppression of poverty and carve out a future that defies the norms of its time.

After playing at numerous festivals nationwide and garnering several Best Director and Best Narrative Feature awards, the film was acquired and is currently streaming on MAX.

As for Feliciano, her notable directorial achievements include being a Tribeca Film Institute AT&T Untold Stories grant recipient, an NYU Tisch alum and recognized as one of Shoot Magazine’s New Directors to watch for her viral US Navy x Wonder Woman campaign. She’s currently in pre-production on her second feature in addition to developing other projects that follow her philosophy in filmmaking — and that is to innovate, elevate, and entertain.

INNOVATETake the genre and bend it in a new and exciting way.
ELEVATEFind a fresh perspective that drives the story.
ENTERTAINCreate an experience you want to talk about.

“Women is Losers” Featurette

“Women is Losers” Trailer

PRESS + ARTICLES

AWARDS + ACCOLADES

 
World Premiere 2021 SXSW
Winner Heartland
Winner 2021 Cleveland
Winner Best Director Lissette Feliciano Breckenridge
Winner Best Actress Lorenza Izzo Breckenridge
Opening night 2021 Portland
Winner Best Narrative Feature 2021 Naples
Official selection 2021 Bentonville
Filmmaker award 2021 Sonoma
Official selection 2021 Urbanworld
Official selection 2021 Laliff
Winner Best narrative 2021 Cordillera
Official selection 2021 deadCenter
Ronzo winner 2021 Oxford
Official selection Cinequest
Official selection 37th Chicago Latino
Official selection 2021 Minneapolis St Paul
Official selection 2021 Maryland
Official selection 2021 Orlando
Official selection 2021 Washington DC
Official selection 2021 Phoenix
Official selection 2021 SunValley
Official selection 2021 Ouray
Winner Best Narrative Feature 2021 Columbus