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Mexican actress Ilse Salas poses for a photograph on July 18, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Mexican actress Ilse Salas poses for a photograph on July 18, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Film critic Ana Laura Perez poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Mexican Show bussiness journalist Fabiola Santiago poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Mexican film producer Andrea de la Torre poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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(L to R) Mexicans screenwriter Arantxa Luna, show bussiness journalist Fabiola Santiago, film producer Andrea de la Torre, film promoter Veronica Ortiz, CEO of "Corriente del Golfo" film production company Paula Amor and film critic Ana Laura Perez pose for a photograph during a photo session on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Film producer Andrea de la Torre (L) and screenwriter Arantxa Luna pose for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Mexican film producer Andrea de la Torre poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Film promoter Veronica Ortiz and film critic Ana Laura Perez pose for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Film promoter Veronica Ortiz poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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CEO of "Corriente del Golfo" film production company Paula Amor poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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(L to R) Mexicans screenwriter Arantxa Luna, show bussiness journalist Fabiola Santiago, film producer Andrea de la Torre, film promoter Veronica Ortiz, CEO of "Corriente del Golfo" film production company Paula Amor and film critic Ana Laura Perez pose for a photograph during a photo session on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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CEO of "Corriente del Golfo" film production company Paula Amor poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Mexican screenwriter Arantxa Luna poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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CEO of "Corriente del Golfo" film production company Paula Amor (L) and show bussiness journalist Fabiola Santiago pose for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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Film promoter Veronica Ortiz poses for a photograph on July 16, 2019 in Mexico City. - The #Yaeshora (It is time) initiative gathers screenwriters, directors, actresses, sound engineers, editors and artists from the film industry calling to put an end to gender violence against women. (Photo by Omar TORRES / AFP)
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